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Baytex Energy Corp T.BTE

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  BTE| T.BTE.DB

Baytex Energy Corp is engaged in the acquisition, development and production of crude oil and natural gas in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin and in the Williston Basin in the United States.
Price: $19.16 | Change: $-0.27 | %Change: -1.39%
Volume: 863,231 | Day High/Low: 19.50/18.80 | 52 Week High/Low: 49.49/14.56
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RE:RE:Re: My last post

Same problem here with CPG bullboard.  rate and reply
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does anyone else think bte is a great buyout opprutunity at these levels?  rate and reply
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RE:Re: My last post

For some odd reason I cannot post on the CPG bullboard and if I try to open it, there is only a blue screen. Has anyone else had this happen? Its only on the CPG bullboard. Very odd.  rate and reply
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Re: My last post

Try replying or quoting the last post I did of Highrider2's it still appears the same way as his, pretty weird. I sure cannot figure out how he does it.  rate and reply
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Bottom line is you don't have to buy it. You don't have to buy any oil stocks if you so wish. No-one can predict the future. For myself I diversify. Don't stay just in oil stocks. One other more
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I understand that, but its getting to be a bit of a poop shoot. you don't know where oil is going, do you sell and buy back cheaper next week? do you hold for long term 2-3years? Is oil going to be more
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at these rates forever without drilling.  rate and reply
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For the dividend of course. It may take years for oil to recover back to anywhere close to where it was but a stock like BTE that pays a decent dividend while you wait is worth the wait. Other more
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oil up and not really any movement in sp

I've been watching this forawhile now and not much movement with oil/ is that a fair statment? whats the driving factor behind the sp ?  rate and reply
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And people are buying and holding these stocks why exactly??????  rate and reply
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Speculators Retreat From Oil as OPEC Oversupply Crowds Out Shale more
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Are US Shale Oil Companies Stuck in a Debt Spiral?

June 20, 2015  by Abby Collins The debt that fueled the U.S. shale boom now threatens to become its own undoing. Drillers are devoting most of their revenue than ever towards interest more
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Carbon trading is a scam of epic proportions

It's just a devious way of expropriating from those who produce to those that don't;governments, lawyers and bankers.  rate and reply
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How a Meeting in Paris Just Changed My Oil Outlook

by Dr. Kent Moors | published June 18th, 2015 I just left a closed-door meeting in Paris. Assembled here were some high-powered oil practitioners, the traders selling their productions, more
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I think Highrider is right, it will depend more on the price of oil and not on cost of development. Cost of finding and developing oil continues to rise, new technologies seem to bring new and more
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RE:RE:Baker Hughes

Highrider - rig count going up is my fear also because with low price of oil many of these producers are going to figure out how to produce oil at 60-50-40, and lower... They are not just going to more
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RE:Baker Hughes

Down is better than up .... but only 4 . Pretty soon it will be even and then start to increase once again. How fast will of course depend on the price of oil. more
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Baker Hughes

U.S. weekly oil rig count down 4 to 631  rate and reply
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RE:Re: $60 here to stay???

Theoretically, Saudis can survive even lower than $20. "" No solid numbers for Saudi more