Thursday, September 20, 2007


Fly Sell: HANS

I sold 5,000 HANS @ $51.50.

Is sale this to maintain a certain weighting in your portfolio?

Otherwise I am going to question why you would sell with the stock trading a all-time highs?

Just trying to understand The Fly's Modus Operandi.
I still own a lot more.

$52 is my original pt, without a buy out.
Take a look at CLNE, Boone Pickens is the largest shareholder.

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. provides natural gas as an alternative fuel for vehicle fleets in the United States and Canada. It designs, builds, finances, and operates fueling stations and supplies compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas. The company serves approximately 200 fleet customers operating through 13,000 natural gas vehicles in various markets, including public transit, refuse hauling, airports, taxis, and regional trucking. It owns, operates, and supplies 168 natural gas fueling stations. In addition, the company designs and constructs fueling stations and sells or leases the stations to its customers. Clean Energy Fuels is based in Seal Beach, California.
Fly, I don't want to have to just say "I told you so" after the fact...It looks like maybe the deal is going to go through. Do some DD. WWAT Danny
*My mother thanks you fly. She doesn't know you because she does not visit the internets much, but she made 6600 51.5-38.3.

Seriously, thanks man.
Cheese -- Be careful. That may be one of those dealios where T. Boone bought some bigass earl company assets and found that fecker under a pile of papers in the PR Vice President's office.

"Whut in the faahhwk ez thess heah, boah?"

WWAT looks pretty good. Seems to be growing fast with quite a few long term contracts in hand. Maybe some more DD IS in order for that one.

....I've always wanted to slap some wheels on my propane tank and drive it around town.

Kind of makes Fly's car made of dynamite sticks, obsolete, no?
Forklifts run on propane don't they?

When was the last time you heard about a longshoreman blowing up down the docks?

You know, that wasn't UNG related, I mean.


I guess this happens with (relatively) deep in the money calls a little more than a month out, but checkout the October 10's of ALVR. Not only are they trading with no theta premium, but they are actually at times, cheaper than the stock.

Negative theta?

Wasn't that a Bama sorority house?
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