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Stephen Reimer

Joined: 03/07/17


Comments by Stephen Reimer
Petroleo Brasileiro Petrobras ADR Jun 09, 2022 3:26PM ET
43% forward yield at Q1 payout $1.50 per ADR at current exchange rates, half to be paid June 23rd, other July 22nd.
Brent Oil Jun 09, 2022 11:05AM ET
oh yeah, the decade in CAPEX upgrading their oil infrastructure for drilling, distribution, storage and ports will surely deliver.
USD/RUB May 16, 2022 8:01AM ET
US wouldn't have the opportunity as it would be nuclear before we even have an opportunity to stage an attack. Russia has 2x as many Nukes, capable and delivery via vast Submarine fleet, be able to decimate air, Naval bases before an offensive even begins. While US has better trained troops, Russia will be defending it's homeland while US would be the invading army and we all know how those stories end. India, Pakistan, China, Iran etc, would all be supportive of Russia giving the proximity of foreign aggression to their borders and past experiences with Western powers.
USD/BRL May 04, 2022 9:36AM ET
have you seen what's happening in US cities? more deadly then Baghdad, Kabul have you seen what's happening in US cities? more deadly then Baghdad, Kabul
USD/BRL May 03, 2022 8:59AM ET
do you think this is unique to Brazil? Entire EU seeing double digit inflation, rare of increasing to 30% annualized with 30% YOY producers prices, and accelerating. Brazil is years ahead of "Western" economies with regards to interest rates, budget and trade surpluses supporting GDP, and a very low Debt/GDP
Petroleo Brasileiro Petrobras ADR Apr 22, 2022 1:06PM ET
30% + yield and it's going down, amazing, all while Foreign central banks diversify away from the USD which should benefit assets that have real value like commodities and energy.....
Netflix Apr 21, 2022 9:45AM ET
Go woke go broke
Petroleo Brasileiro Petrobras ADR Apr 04, 2022 10:15AM ET
giving the breakout in BRL against USD, PBR should blast off...
Transocean Mar 31, 2022 9:07AM ET
Seafloor pavements and encrusted rocks are known as ferromanganese crusts (also called cobalt-rich crusts). enriched in cobalt, manganese, rare metals such as tellurium, precious metals such as platinum, and rare earth elements. manganese nodules (or polymetallic nodules) form atop sediment covering the abyssal plains of the global ocean. These Nodules are currently of great interest for mining due to high concentrations of manganese, nickel, copper, and sometimes lithium. A wide variety of minerals form through hydrothermal activity, but seafloor massive sulfides are formed from reduced sulfur and may be enriched in copper, zinc, iron, gold, and silver. Marine phosphorites are sources of phosphate used as fertilizer for agriculture and phosphoric acid in the food industry. Phosphorites can also contain high concentrations of valuable, heavy, rare earth elements that may be economically recoverable and can contain up to 4% fluorine.
Transocean Mar 31, 2022 9:06AM ET
https://www.usgs.gov/centers/pcmsc/science/global-marine-mineral-resources#deposits
USD/BRL Mar 25, 2022 3:06PM ET
Bolsanaro is eating Bidens lunch atm
USD/BRL Mar 24, 2022 8:20AM ET
Brazil has 12.5% FED funds rate, debt to GDP half that of US, yet still have balanced budget. US cannot afford 2% FED funds rate, as Debt to GDP 140% with trillion dollar trade deficits on top of 2 trillion budget deficit, while oil is being decoupled from USD causing US to lose global reserve status to over half of the worlds population, but sure, USD will rally because of the demand for dollars, um, yeah right..
USD/BRL Mar 24, 2022 8:17AM ET
where will EU, Western countries obtain similar resources if they cannot import from Russia? oh yeah, Brazil..
USD/BRL Mar 22, 2022 9:02AM ET
Brazil follow? Brazil is a year ahead of the "rest of the world" US, EU, rates all going up, Turkey devaluation and still lowered rates, Russia raised but only do to sanctions, Brazil started raising rates a year ago and just did another 100 basis pts, Brazilian commodities backed currency, and like the last commodity super cycle, those type of currency outperformed, AUD, CAD, BRL, become safe havens as US cannot afford interest if FED raises rates above rate if inflation which is what's needed, Brazil did this and still has a balanced budget, US 1.5 trillion budget deficit, with trillion $ trade deficits, while Eurasia is being fractured into two systems with the Petrodollar breaking, global central banks be more likely to reduce holdings of USD in favor of currency tied to actual commodities being imported like energy, food, materials.
Moderna's Phase 2 Flu Efficacy 'Likely In-Line' - BofA Mar 21, 2022 10:56AM ET
you would truly have to be totally ignorant to reality to be willing to take another mRNA jab until independent panels have reviewed the clinical data from FDA as for Pfizer trial all cause mortality is higher within Vax group and they only tracked outcomes for a month, people still continued to have adverse events including cancers, 9 pages of Adverse events in very small, fine print.
The Energy Report: Oil Price Lockdown Mar 18, 2022 10:44AM ET
Price target $300 giving delayed CAPEX required, and as you've detailed, there are no alternatives available to charge those Tesla's other then Nuclear, Coal, as Solar, Wind, proven to fall short, leaving people in the cold and in darkness, while insider's profit off all of that special interest $$$$$.
MCX Nickel Mar 08, 2022 9:04AM ET
a nickel was worth 7 cents last year, it's now we'll above that of a dime, approaching the value of a quarter.
Petroleo Brasileiro Petrobras ADR Mar 07, 2022 11:18AM ET
same be said about TWTR, Facebook, Google, Exxon (ESG) etc
Petroleo Brasileiro Petrobras ADR Mar 07, 2022 11:17AM ET
did Petrobas change industry? remarkable, 25% divergence from the price of oil in one week, past 3 years oil up 100%, Petrobas is down even with record profits, declining debt and a 30% yield
Oil Inventories Unexpectedly Drop by 6.1M Barrels Last Week: API Mar 01, 2022 5:13PM ET
that's because they released oil from SPR last week and giving that is a short term fix, we are right back to the core problem which Biden, WEF, Blackrocks, SEG ratings ignore reality and are just pushing an agenda, green alternatives are doubling in costs too, as Nickel decade high, metals all going thru the roof as will batteries, exponentially with Lithium shortages (Hillary approved sale of US Lithium to Russia under Obama!)
USD/BRL Feb 15, 2022 3:11PM ET
FED cannot raise rates, borrowing costs have doubled, meaning that 410bil of interest on FEDERAL DEBT, will double as the new 3 trillion and other shorter duration are rolled out at 2% + rates at today's prices, with 100 basis points interest will surpass a trillion, more then US military, that's not going to fly so they'll sink the entire ship instead to try to keep it afloat just a little longer
USD/BRL Jan 20, 2022 10:29AM ET
that's what I'm seeing as well, with Real assets taking off which Brazil is the King of food, materials, metals
USD/BRL Jan 18, 2022 8:20AM ET
I'm a buyer of hard asset's giving hyperinflation, Brazil is the bread basket of the World for resources. simple fact that cannot be ignored.
USD/BRL Jan 11, 2022 10:30AM ET
do you not see the correlation of um, Operation Carwash and Facebook being used as a Democratic piggy bank for over 100 million towards Democratic outreach, administration of voting, ballot harvesting. the benchmarks compared against are not much better, some say USD far worse situation which makes Brazilian issues to be nothing but a passing storm.
USD/BRL Jan 04, 2022 12:20PM ET
didn't Brazil show a budget surplus last week? US has trillion deficit, Brazil already raised rates from 7-11% basically and have a balanced budget at 80% debt to GDP, USA is double that with 1/6th the rates. Meat has also doubled in prices in our supermarket and Stop n Shop had NO berries, melons, or majority of vegetables, bare shelves, prices 30% YOY across the board and rising. inflation in Brazil per data being released, appears to of peaked, is below expectations. Tides do turn, and hard assets have real value.