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Really strong performance... watch for a pull back here shortly....then a big pop on the first hurricane formation in May.

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui

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First hurricane formation in May? I don't even know where to begin pointing out how impossible that is...

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quote:
Originally posted by utvolsfan13:
First hurricane formation in May? I don't even know where to begin pointing out how impossible that is...

Sorry, meant storm (depressions). Any hint of formations. Arlene formed on 6-08 a few years ago.

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.40s in May. Look back at last year on the chart in May.

A break of the .30s next week.

And yeah jagman - Last year in June there was Trop Storm Alberto - arguably the biggest mover of hurricane stocks all year and that was like middle June.

Any depression and were in the .40s. just that easy.

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quote:
Originally posted by jagman925:
Really strong performance... watch for a pull back here shortly....then a big pop on the first hurricane formation in May.

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui

jag- I'd love to see a pull back to about .20 before I jump in, and I think it will retrace, it has to. Nothing goes straight up with out turning south for some air.
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I don't live too far away from their warehouse in Fort Lauderdale, FL and I would like to go check it out. Does anyone have the address to this facility?
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by jagman925:
Really strong performance... watch for a pull back here shortly....then a big pop on the first hurricane formation in May.

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui

jag- I'd love to see a pull back to about .20 before I jump in, and I think it will retrace, it has to. Nothing goes straight up with out turning south for some air.
AHHAAHAAH, well good luck on that moes, you obviously havent played hurricane stocks before.

.30s entering into this week. Think about it this way - these are hurricane plays, quite simply put, people are accumulating them and are holding till july august where you will see 100% from this level.

But you never know. Good luck, but think about it this way - its currently .28 and last year it hit .47 on 0 hurricanes.
1 hurricane and were at .60. Thats over 100%, and ill take that!

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Me Too !

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http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=WEGI&p=D&yr=1&mn=0&dy=0&id=p56402924343

Some chart.

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Who is Laraus???????? I keep on hearing Laraus on another message board.
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quote:
Originally posted by moe77sco:
Who is Laraus???????? I keep on hearing Laraus on another message board.

hes the guy that has part ownership in the company. Dont get fooled by some posters on message boards. If your interested in the financials of a company on the otcbb/pink sheets you shouldnt be trading these stocks.

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Here's the pull back. I'm adding more shares!

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From the NSMG thread:

Past release dates of the CPC's seasonal tropical outlook

2006 - May 22
2005 - May 16
2004 - May 14
2003 - May 19

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Hurricane season is just around the corner!! These are good entry point prices. Volume is starting to pick up as we get closer to the June 1st, which is the official start of hurricane season.

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(ALRY)-This stock is the WINNER of the Spring Oil/Gas season....IMO (0.125now)..from when I screemed to buy it at .03/.04/.05/.06/.07/.08 << get the point?
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quote:
Originally posted by EnergymanNJ:
(ALRY)-This stock is the WINNER of the Spring Oil/Gas season....IMO (0.125now)..from when I screemed to buy it at .03/.04/.05/.06/.07/.08 << get the point?

lol, if i wanted an energy stock then i would take it, but id rather take a hurricane stock where the potiental profits are huge -100-500% runs.

Energy stocks will be good on the hurricanes, but probably no more than 100% runs.

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NSMG had very positive activity today. WEGI should be heating up again too.
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ALRY >>> Just tip of The Iceberg.....more to come soon !! lol
much much MOORE < lol... As in the MOORE LEASE !!!

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Allenergy Says One Million Recoverable Barrels of Oil Realistic Assessment
COFFEYVILLE, Kan., May 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Allenergy, Inc. (OTC: ALRY), with a 17-year history in the oil and gas industry and current involvement in the multi-billion dollar natural gas fields in Kansas and Oklahoma, is pleased to disclose to investors a geology report that was obtained before the purchase of the AE-4 Project on April 19, 2006. We held this report close to Company management until we had ample time to procure surrounding acreage around the Moore Lease.

The report describes four producing formations on and adjacent to the Ball and to the Dark Treasures properties that was purchased January 24, 2007. The Redd sand occurring about 600' ranges from 5' to 50' thick and is the known oil producer on this lease. The Redd sand is a longer-lasting producer than the Weiser, producing less water and more gas. The Redd sand is a point-bar type deposit and the oil usually lies in pools or pods as opposed to shoestring-type deposits. As the wells are drilled to the west and rising up on the hill (Ball Lease) more and more gas will be encountered. The Redd sand is mostly a gas driven sand and the Weiser is water driven and contains less amount of gas. The Redd sand should yield 30 BOPD and the Weiser sand around 25 BOPD. It is not unrealistic to anticipate producing 200 mfcpd.

The Mississippi occurring around 1600' is a limestone with the top 10', a weathered, porus chert, called 'chat'. This chat is the gas-bearing zone and long-lasting zone produced naturally or treated lightly with acid. A gas well in the Mississippi about 2000' west of the Moore open-flow tested 6 mmcf with a shut-in pressure of 721 PSI.

Arbuckle Dol which occurs around 1850' to 1900' is a dolomite that contains thin lenses of excellent porosity and permeability in the form of vugs or cavities in the top 10' often filled with oil and gas.

A well 1320' west of the Moore property encountered oil and 3.65 mmcfpd (4-point tested). It is believed that more oil lies structurally down off this gas and to the east (Moore Lease). Arbuckle oil is the most pursued as it lies in pools that are constantly being recharged and long-lasting.

Taking all these facts into consideration of the four producing zones, one million recoverable barrels of oil is quite realistic. The shallow depth of the oil production plus the large barrel per acre foot coupled with the factual gas production in the area makes the Moore and surrounding area a very compelling project.

The surrounding area mentioned by the geologist consists of the Company's 480-acre AE-4, the 960 acre Dark Treasures and the pending 600 acre Bayless 'B' properties.

The geologist didn't research the Layton formation. On April 11th, the Company perforated the Moore TM-1 and discovered a free flowing dry virgin pressure gas well that is maintaining 105 PSI. On Monday Allenergy lowered the pressure from 110 PSI to 105 PSI and gained an additional 10,000 cubic ft. 'The Company will slowly let back pressure off in stages to let the well tell us its potential. Every indication is upward and could be unprecedented at this well depth. We have analyzed the logs of three wells on the Ball Lease that have identical readings as the TM-1 except they are structurally higher, which is very encouraging.'

'We are just beginning to reap benefits of this year long plan and all indications point to very exciting plateaus for our shareholders and the Company,' Mr. Sanford concluded.

About Allenergy: Allenergy, Inc. (OTC: ALRY) is strategically focused on areas of Kansas and Oklahoma believed to contain more than 1.5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas and helium at shallow depths. The Company currently holds approximately 5,500 acres of leased land with over 100 oil and gas wells on its producing properties.

For more information about the Company, please visit http://www.allenergyinc.com

Note: Certain statements in this news release may contain 'forward looking' information within the meaning of rule 175 under the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 3b-6 under the Securities Act of 1934 and are subject to the safe harbor created by those rules. All statements, other than statements of fact, included in this release, may include forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements.

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Whe are heading for hinger ground once again.....0125
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quote:
Originally posted by EnergymanNJ:
Whe are heading for hinger ground once again.....0125

ALRY sucks.

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quote:
Originally posted by EnergymanNJ:
ALRY >>> Just tip of The Iceberg.....more to come soon !! lol
much much MOORE < lol... As in the MOORE LEASE !!!

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Allenergy Says One Million Recoverable Barrels of Oil Realistic Assessment
COFFEYVILLE, Kan., May 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Allenergy, Inc. (OTC: ALRY), with a 17-year history in the oil and gas industry and current involvement in the multi-billion dollar natural gas fields in Kansas and Oklahoma, is pleased to disclose to investors a geology report that was obtained before the purchase of the AE-4 Project on April 19, 2006. We held this report close to Company management until we had ample time to procure surrounding acreage around the Moore Lease.

The report describes four producing formations on and adjacent to the Ball and to the Dark Treasures properties that was purchased January 24, 2007. The Redd sand occurring about 600' ranges from 5' to 50' thick and is the known oil producer on this lease. The Redd sand is a longer-lasting producer than the Weiser, producing less water and more gas. The Redd sand is a point-bar type deposit and the oil usually lies in pools or pods as opposed to shoestring-type deposits. As the wells are drilled to the west and rising up on the hill (Ball Lease) more and more gas will be encountered. The Redd sand is mostly a gas driven sand and the Weiser is water driven and contains less amount of gas. The Redd sand should yield 30 BOPD and the Weiser sand around 25 BOPD. It is not unrealistic to anticipate producing 200 mfcpd.

The Mississippi occurring around 1600' is a limestone with the top 10', a weathered, porus chert, called 'chat'. This chat is the gas-bearing zone and long-lasting zone produced naturally or treated lightly with acid. A gas well in the Mississippi about 2000' west of the Moore open-flow tested 6 mmcf with a shut-in pressure of 721 PSI.

Arbuckle Dol which occurs around 1850' to 1900' is a dolomite that contains thin lenses of excellent porosity and permeability in the form of vugs or cavities in the top 10' often filled with oil and gas.

A well 1320' west of the Moore property encountered oil and 3.65 mmcfpd (4-point tested). It is believed that more oil lies structurally down off this gas and to the east (Moore Lease). Arbuckle oil is the most pursued as it lies in pools that are constantly being recharged and long-lasting.

Taking all these facts into consideration of the four producing zones, one million recoverable barrels of oil is quite realistic. The shallow depth of the oil production plus the large barrel per acre foot coupled with the factual gas production in the area makes the Moore and surrounding area a very compelling project.

The surrounding area mentioned by the geologist consists of the Company's 480-acre AE-4, the 960 acre Dark Treasures and the pending 600 acre Bayless 'B' properties.

The geologist didn't research the Layton formation. On April 11th, the Company perforated the Moore TM-1 and discovered a free flowing dry virgin pressure gas well that is maintaining 105 PSI. On Monday Allenergy lowered the pressure from 110 PSI to 105 PSI and gained an additional 10,000 cubic ft. 'The Company will slowly let back pressure off in stages to let the well tell us its potential. Every indication is upward and could be unprecedented at this well depth. We have analyzed the logs of three wells on the Ball Lease that have identical readings as the TM-1 except they are structurally higher, which is very encouraging.'

'We are just beginning to reap benefits of this year long plan and all indications point to very exciting plateaus for our shareholders and the Company,' Mr. Sanford concluded.

About Allenergy: Allenergy, Inc. (OTC: ALRY) is strategically focused on areas of Kansas and Oklahoma believed to contain more than 1.5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas and helium at shallow depths. The Company currently holds approximately 5,500 acres of leased land with over 100 oil and gas wells on its producing properties.

For more information about the Company, please visit http://www.allenergyinc.com

Note: Certain statements in this news release may contain 'forward looking' information within the meaning of rule 175 under the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 3b-6 under the Securities Act of 1934 and are subject to the safe harbor created by those rules. All statements, other than statements of fact, included in this release, may include forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements.

Please stop posting this stock on random threads.

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quote:
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First hurricane formation in May? I don't even know where to begin pointing out how impossible that is...

Channel 13 weather in Houston, TX last night (5-6-07)announced the formation of a low pressure ridge forming in the Atlantic by the 'jet stream' that could spin off a depression toward Florida.

Mother Nature could prove that the impossible is possible. Of course Al Gore is probably already predicting it!

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Pretty ominous - almost hurricane force winds, but not tropical yet:

http://www.weather.com/maps/news/atlstorm15/caribbeansatellite_large_animated.ht ml

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RSI turning point....going up now...

http://stockcharts.com/c-sc/sc?s=WEGI&p=D&yr=0&mn=6&dy=0&i=p58213981052&a=101257 103&r=8395

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BY JIM WAYMER
FLORIDA TODAY

FORT LAUDERDALE — William Gray and Phil Klotzbach stuck to their guns today: 17 named storms, nine hurricanes -- five of them with winds greater than 110 mph, an above average year.

The chances of the big one hitting land also are higher than average.

Based this year's conditions and on landfall statistics from the past century, Klotzbach said the probability of a Category 3 or higher storm making landfall on America's East Coast is 74 percent, compared with 52 percent over the past century.

A trend of cooling Pacific Ocean water could lead to the climate cycle called La Nina, they said, which creates less wind to shear tropical cyclones apart before they grow to hurricanes.

"We think that's likely to be the case this year," Klotzbach said.

"It appears we are trending towards a weak to moderate La Nina event this summer," he said.

"We do think we have a little more skill than the groundhog does," Klotzbach said.

Gray said global warming probably does not affect the power or frequency of hurricanes.

"It's not the case at all," Gray said.

"The press is also partially responsible ... and then Gore came along with his movie and book and said things are getting worse, but that's not really true around the globe."

"We think this is natural stuff," Gray said.

Insurers say they are ready

FORT LAUDERDALE -- A hurricane reprieve this past year allowed Florida insurers time to build cash reserves, retrain adjusters and to catch their breath, a top insurance officials said today.

So they're ready.

"We are trying to prepare to pay four or five billion dollars per year," said Sam Miller, executive vice president of the Florida Insurance Council.

"The private insurance industry is still here, and we'll be here this hurricane season.
"Everybody needed 2006 to catch our breath," Miller said.

Citizen's Property Insurance Corp., the number one insurer in Florida, is "in the best shape it's ever been," Miller said.

It has $9 billion in cash flow and 6,000 adjusters on standby, he said.

"We have to have Citizens, because folks have to have insurance when the private market can't provide it. They will not have a cash flow problem," Miller said.

http://www.floridatoday.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070518/BREAKINGNEWS/705 18007

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Picture this irony - I live on the coast. I invest in hurricane stocks. My house gets blown away but I get rich. Here's the question: Who should I leave the property to in my will?

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Heavy Hurricane Season Ahead?

http://cosmos.bcst.yahoo.com/ver/230b/popup/index.php?cl=2801920

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Hurricane season is almost here.... All aboard!
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Tropical storms starting to grow!

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This one is going to kill. season is in. last year i did good with this one

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Looks like its time to dump this loser hu boys......
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quote:
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Looks like its time to dump this loser hu boys......

And buy what?
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epgl,nwog,tnog just to name a few.....
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quote:
Originally posted by jimmy69:
epgl,nwog,tnog just to name a few.....

Sorry Buddy, we are 6 days into Hurricane season and you say this is a loser? Dang, get some freakin patience already!

I'm holding.

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soon as the water gets hot, the hurricanes will be rolling in an wegi and ecci will take off.
same game every year.

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