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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: $42.41 | Change: $-0.75 | %Change: -1.74%
Volume: 826,014 | Day High/Low: 43.33/41.97 | 52 Week High/Low: 49.88/38.90
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Can the Slide Continue?

The sharp sell-off in crude oil prices, however, took a breather recently on some bargain hunting by investors and on news that OPEC, which accounts for 40% of the world's oil supply, could more
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BTE now is negative for the year in the US

By reading the chart, last year it closed around $39.2USD. Today it closed at $38.43USD.  rate and reply
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Analyst Comment

First stock in the clip. GLTA 2014-09-19 COMMENT John Stephenson This has been a very strong story over the last 10 years. More of a heavy more
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Analyst Recommendation

Second stock in the clip. Has a target in the mid $50's. GLTA 2014-09-18 BUY Nick Majendie They just increased the dividend 9%.  The stock more
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RE:OPEC Hints It May Act to Stop Oil Price Slide

Great article  rate and reply
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OPEC Hints It May Act to Stop Oil Price Slide

Oil Price 09/18/2014   Oil prices may have gone as low as OPEC is willing to tolerate. After several months of price declines, the secretary-general of the Organization of Petroleum more
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RE:Why being thrashed?

I am not too worried about this company, it allways trades in a range from 43 to 48, I was out at 48 in August and have been acumulating recenlty as I know it will go back to 48 down the road. more
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Why being thrashed?

Down 2.38% today . Where this is going to end?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Three signs of a crude bottom

Thanks, interesting stuff for sure  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Three signs of a crude bottom

Sorry, here 'last time it bottomed half a month after the occurrence of "death cross" ' means the bottom in 2012.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Three signs of a crude bottom

Both 50 day and 200 day moving averages are delayed indicators. When "death cross" occurred, the down trend is already established. That is why it's so scary. But I think oil is in a sideways more
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RE:Three signs of a crude bottom

i will admit I know zero about tehcnical analysis but am interested none the less in the arguments and rational. In particular the Death cross , scary name for sure, you mention that the peaking more
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Three signs of a crude bottom

1) No longer responding to bad news, such as terrible economic data out of China. Tomorrow, I will watch its respond to the sharp API drawdown in stocks. 2) Last time, Aug/Sep 2013, when crude peaked, more
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As for the volatility we've got a couple things coming up: 1) China econ weakness 2) Scottish Independence vote 3) FOMC Meeting Wednesday.  rate and reply
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Here you go: However, at the moment it looks like 25Kbbl/day.  Not a whole lot.  rate and reply
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From what I have been gleening from the news recently is that ISIS has been taking over oil producing locations and selling the oil at deep discounts to the market in order to fund thier more
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NY Oil Drop Ending, Says BMO; Picks Cos. to Play for Oil Rebound 2014-09-12 13:18:02.524 GMT By Andrew Cinko Sept. 12 (Bloomberg) -- WTI futures contract held “key support” at $91.25/bbl for more
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RE:RE:RE:Oil death cross

Well in the mid $40's in Canada looks pretty good to me so I bought a few more this morning in my RRSP account.  Oil will move back up eventually and we could be getting close to a low again .... more
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RE:RE:Oil death cross

There was a good article on bloomberg today about how fracking companies are spending far more money on land and drilling that they're bringing in on BOE.  The decline rates are terrible.  The more
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RE:Oil death cross

And another buying opportunity  rate and reply