I think the sky is the limit for LNG. Based on the model and business plan, secured contracts and a terrific CEO and board LNG is way ahead of it's nearest competitor. CEO Souki has publicly stated Cheniere is ahead of schedule at Sabine Pass capacity is sold out and are looking at a $2 dividend in 2016. I started trading this stock at $2.35 made alot over the years where as now I have a substantial share amount and it is now an investment. I am still a buyer and continue to add to my position. Remember dollar cost averaging, so I think that until they start exporting (late 2014 to mid 2015) I will be a buyer. If the $2 dividend becomes a reality this will be a nice long term investment. Cheniere could also become a takeover candidate due to the amount of money needed for start up and construction of a site. CEO Souki stated recently that in order to go thru the planning phase would cost over 100 million. As I stated I am an owner and will continue to be well into the future.