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Momentum continues for our Portfolios in 2017. Core Portfolio was up 55.98% and Momentum Portfolio gained 118.06% since its launch in April. (875-9)
* SMART SAND SAYS ON DEC 12, CO ENTERED INTO MULTI-YEAR MASTER PRODUCT PURCHASE AGREEMENT WITH WPX ENERGY PRODUCTION - SEC FILING (5-0)
Stocks have hit new all-time highs in recent days, and they are indicated to open higher on Friday. The trend that has continued to prevail has been for investors to buy all the big market sell-offs. Investors are also looking for new investing and trading ideas to generate gains and income ahead. (229-5)
Our Core Portfolio surged 9.84% last month, the biggest monthly return in 2017 so far. And the Portfolio is up 135.44% in less than 2 years. (1219-8)
Smart Sand's Q3 results signal previous fears about the frac sand market are not playing out. (5-0)
Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Smart Sand third quarter 2017 earnings conference call. [Operator Instructions] As a reminder, this conference is being recorded. (7-0)
Production data is more transparent as we are seeing some huge results linked to increased frac' sand and frac' fluid usage. (5-0)
Core Portfolio had a good September run, up 8.63%, which brought the 2017 total return to 34.48% three-quarters into 2017. (729-4)
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Smart Sand, a Midwest producer of Northern White Frac Sand, offers strong upside potential for equity holders willing to subject their portfolio to a considerable amount of commodity price risk. (9-2)
Aug 16 (Reuters) - U.S. shale oil companies are pulling back on the amount of sand they use to hydraulically fracture new wells, responding to rising prices of the material that are driving up costs.
(Reuters) - U.S. shale oil companies are pulling back on the amount of sand they use to hydraulically fracture new wells, responding to rising prices of the material that are driving up costs.
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* Smart Sand - tons sold totaled approximately 531,000 in Q2 of 2017, compared with approximately 193,000 tons sold during same period last year
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