You seem to be a nice person which will not down me for asking a question, I made the choice to receive whatever the Co. offers, want that be a small partial payment plus whatever the ratio of unit share swaps will be? I have saw different information on other post. Thanks in advance!
According to the close of 102.03 for KMP and 42.32 for KMI.
2.193x42.32=92.80 + 10.77= 103.578
It would appear the best deal was to hold and take the 10.77 and 2.193 KMIAccording to the close of 102.03 for KMP and 42.32 for KMI.
Great thought billwilson1804. I just wonder how do you commute to work and go shopping or go traveling. Based on your thought, I expect you to walk or ride bike because even electric cars do have battery that require energy from fossil fuel.
It's 2.1931 shares and 10.77 cash. So you are probably better off taking the conversion. Anyway, I think it is too late as I think today is likely the last trading day for KMP.
I understand that shareholders of KMP will get $10,77 dollars and 2 shares of KMI for every share of KMP. Right now, according to my calculations, I would have more profit selling KMP at $101.00. Am I looking at this wrong?
thanks for the wealth of info based on what u are saying I expect those who chose the all stock option will get what they elected to get
thanks for the info I was curious when the actual swaps took place IMO the only worthwhile post on the whole board
Just keep blowing the ballons the party hasn't started yet. And while this company invites us all to take part in the rape and pillage for tarsands don't expect much in the line of presents.
I am very confident you or likely your children will be amazed when after years of impressing on God's waiter's the bill for it all he hands them the bill.
I just think it would be an alternative if jobs were the concern or need. Considering the new study about plastics in Great Lakes being unable to be removed by water filtration many people are drinking plastics and don't yet know it even from being added to soaps when sand would be a great no cost alternative. You can google study on this. So we can go long way with alternatives even for simple things but most know we need cooperation, the same thing that raised us from the jungle floor not the new PR firms pushing astroturf campaigns making environmentalists the bad guys.
Thanks for the suggestion. Going away is not too much of an option like selling our children short or even the option of fight or flight as M Brown shows once again. Bee More-Use Less and Divest.
We use more each year and now up to 40 billion tonnes a year and growing. Last 5 decades we have watched the endless shell games of not on my watch by Presidents to the alternatives are not here yet but someday, and the reality of making Drill Baby Drill become All Of The Above and quickly turning into Burn Baby Burn. From gut the government efforts to now silencing of scientists and doctors the decades are giving way to more promises of deaces more to sustain dividends not the move away and toward what is already waiting.
Like independent studies for Keystone and other pipe schemes for tarsands more jobs, better jobs, and longer lasting ones are waiting in alternatives and efficiencies. Venture Capital firms have come out and said they would love to have the gov. sucess ratios for the money lent to offset the hundred plus years of favoring and supporting fossil fuesl and that even includes Solyndra because start ups typically have a high mortaility rate.
Looking more closely at the Third world we see real solutions as the ones that puts the locals in charge of things that work best for different places but have much in common. For instance last mile solutions include bike business, trundle pumps, drip irrigation, on the spot alternatives like sun/wind/geothermal and many other great ideas for the less than 2 dollar a day people.
Population is deeply tied into the need for the ongoing campaign of denial. Denial of global warming and the 3.7 million premature deaths from carbon pollution even before global warming begs for some better debates and decisions of almost all of us not just the investors or corrupted governments increasingly run for and by the caron companies and others. The bias is toward growth and not just growth as today it becomes growth at all costs. From the warings of Lincoln to Eisenhower we see many inbetween that growth has to be challenged.
Wether it is the native people looking out 7 generations or our churches.