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To: Ayara who wrote (4)6/8/2018 1:58:35 AM
From: mrlucky200abc
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Ayara. Thank you for stopping by. The article was very informative. What else are you looking for about the company. There are 143 comments on the article which also makes good reading.

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To: mrlucky200abc who wrote (6)6/8/2018 2:08:36 AM
From: Ayara
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I worked myself through the comments last night!
Mr Bert sounds like he really worked himself into the issue, starting position right now.
Best of luck to us

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To: Ayara who wrote (7)6/8/2018 12:08:30 PM
From: mrlucky200abc
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Welcomed aboard. Hopefully you got in at a decent price today. I doubled my position yesterday at higher prices. The pictured hasn't changed today. Frackers are all getting hit today, and they brought down WTTR with them. Bottom line the fracking in the USA is just getting started. The speed of recovery has caused some kinks, and they will work these all out. The main issues are take away capacity, and labor. The demand is very heavy. I am invested in LBRT and WTTR. I believe both have strong management teams and will advance their companies quite well in this boom period. The author of the article is obviously very smart and I made decent money following his advice in TUSK.

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From: mrlucky200abc6/11/2018 11:04:35 AM
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Mr. Bert has published an important follow up to his original article. Definetely worth a read for WTTR and all oil investors!

seekingalpha.com

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From: mrlucky200abc6/13/2018 9:42:43 AM
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The Permian Basin in Texas and New Mexico will soon become the third-biggest oil producing region in the worldThis is a big reason why I love the future for WTTR.

cnbc.com

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To: mrlucky200abc who wrote (10)6/13/2018 9:52:16 AM
From: Ayara
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I bought yesterday some more...
I am really curious for the coming months

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To: Ayara who wrote (11)6/13/2018 10:39:41 AM
From: mrlucky200abc
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Glad to hear Ayara. I think you will be very happy. Right now my friends and my best guess is White Deer has been in the process of selling 4.5 million shares that they received from the Rockwater Merger. It isn't in their charter to hold equities and I believe they are raising money for a new fund. Once White Deer is done the stock should push higher and stabilize. Good Luck!

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From: mrlucky200abc6/18/2018 12:46:56 PM
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Mr Bert has written a second follow up article. He thought the seller (most likely White Deer) could have been done Friday. I really don't think they are done yet. This has been keeping the lid on the stock.

I feel it is also important to read the comments along with the articles. There are some pretty smart people commenting and actually helping to explain the invest thesis on WTTR. I do believe when White Deer is done the stock should pop

seekingalpha.com

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From: mrlucky200abc6/26/2018 10:48:19 AM
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For those of you who are still following. It appears the large seller is done, and the stock now has a chance to make a decent move upward. The Russell re-balancing might have provided enough liquidity to help the seller finish up. Maybe the pressure is now off the stock, and the fundamentals can now come into view. I believe oil is going higher, and the the oil stocks and service companies should do very well for the foreseeable future.

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To: mrlucky200abc who wrote (14)6/26/2018 10:55:38 AM
From: Ayara
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Yeah seems to be! Although nice that it keeps going at these kind of marked days.
I am now in with 1500 shares.

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