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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Gentlemen, li'l clerical stuff, the symbol for my pick LOGG has changed to BDGY.
    OK. I have BDGY as of April 15, 2020. Thanks for the update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    The OBVIOUS answer to your question! Ernie!!! His business is PHYSICAL OIL STORAGE!
    The following is a partial response by me to a private message question from one of our fellow compatriots. I hope he doesn't mind if I post it here. "They are paying storage places to take the oversupply off their hands!!?? Ernie is probably in the middle of it. Right now I buy $20 of gas once a month. LOL A couple of stock market newbies with a little money to spend have asked my advice about being enticed by the low oil prices. I just tell them NOW is NOT the time to buy. Oil has always been boom or bust. Gave it a wait and see how it shakes out. Oh yes, I am currently reading Rachel Maddow's book "Blowout". Fascinating thorough education about the recent history of oil (all kinds). You might enjoy reading about all our favorite companies and Oklahoma and shale and Chesapeake and Rex Tillerson and Putin and the entire Russian saga. It's definitely an eye-opener. Easy to read and understand too."

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    The OBVIOUS answer to your question! Ernie!!! His business is PHYSICAL OIL STORAGE!
    The question was "where to buy and sell oil" - Ernie brokers storage, he does not buy and sell oil if I understand his business correctly! see https://www.thetanktiger.com/services/
    Tim - Retired Problem Solver

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    Try the CME?

    https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/ene...x_futures.html

    Looks like crude is selling for $14.2 today.
    Last edited by jiesen; 04-24-2020 at 10:42 AM. Reason: er, yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiesen View Post
    Try the CME?

    https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/ene...x_futures.html

    Looks like crude is selling for $14.2 today.
    I agree with jiesen. Your best bet is to trade oil futures. Just remember that a futures contract, unlike an option, which has to be exercised hence is “optional”, is an obligation to buy/sell. Just like options, however, each contract has an expiration, so you’ll be dealing with time premiums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    The following is a partial response by me to a private message question from one of our fellow compatriots. I hope he doesn't mind if I post it here. "They are paying storage places to take the oversupply off their hands!!?? Ernie is probably in the middle of it. Right now I buy $20 of gas once a month. LOL A couple of stock market newbies with a little money to spend have asked my advice about being enticed by the low oil prices. I just tell them NOW is NOT the time to buy. Oil has always been boom or bust. Gave it a wait and see how it shakes out. Oh yes, I am currently reading Rachel Maddow's book "Blowout". Fascinating thorough education about the recent history of oil (all kinds). You might enjoy reading about all our favorite companies and Oklahoma and shale and Chesapeake and Rex Tillerson and Putin and the entire Russian saga. It's definitely an eye-opener. Easy to read and understand too."
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimo_100 View Post
    The question was "where to buy and sell oil" - Ernie brokers storage, he does not buy and sell oil if I understand his business correctly! see https://www.thetanktiger.com/services/
    Thanks for the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiesen View Post
    Try the CME?

    https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/ene...x_futures.html

    Looks like crude is selling for $14.2 today.
    Thanks for the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    I agree with jiesen. Your best bet is to trade oil futures. Just remember that a futures contract, unlike an option, which has to be exercised hence is “optional”, is an obligation to buy/sell. Just like options, however, each contract has an expiration, so you’ll be dealing with time premiums.
    Thanks for your feedback.

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    Here are the latest contest standings. Paco remains the leader with an incredible 67+% gain so far, but Jiesen is beginning to mount a substantial challenge with a 40+% gain. Billy Joe, John Henry, and Riverbabe continue to round out the top five with some pretty nice gains of their own. As for the rest of us, well, we’re still in the red, but hope springs eternal and you never know what surprises the market will bring.

    POY Contest Standings, As of Market Close Apr 24, 2020
    Contestant Stock L or S Open Current Gain/Loss
    Paco REGN Long $337.94 $‎ 566.21 67.55%
    Jiesen CERS Long $4.01 $‎ 5.66 41.15%
    Billy Joe AMZN Long $2,008.72 $‎ 2,410.22 19.99%
    John Henry AMD Long $47.00 $‎ 56.18 19.53%
    Riverbabe CRWD Long $61.09 $‎ 72.00 17.86%
    NASDAQ QQQ Long $219.07 $‎ 213.84 -2.39%
    BlueWolf TTD Long $269.18 $‎ 256.63 -4.66%
    Wifwif NVCR Long $81.46 $‎ 73.18 -10.16%
    S&P SPY Long $321.73 $‎ 282.89 -12.07%
    Dow DIA Long $282.42 $‎ 237.83 -15.79%
    Tiedyed CODA Long $6.29 $‎ 5.17 -17.81%
    Phoenix7 SEAC Long $4.44 $‎ 2.59 -41.67%
    Mr. Market INTZ Long $5.97 $‎ 3.35 -43.89%
    Mimo NEXCF Long $2.25 $‎ 1.160 -48.44%
    Louetta BDGY Long $0.14 $‎ 0.070 -50.00%
    Minni17 OMF Long $42.37 $‎ 19.07 -54.99%


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