pretty amazing that no one is paying attention to this news item-----that's 21.7 million units that are going to be looking for a new home shortly-----the Yahoo site shows very little institutional interest in HGT (about 10%)-----and the only brokers covering it that i'am aware of (RBC and AG Edwards) value it at $22 and $29.50 respectively------fundemental variables such as the NG price aside, the near term supply-demand situation looks horrendous
guess again fool . Selling high was good timing and wise. that is preciseley what you need to do . buy and hold on Oil trusts is insane but if you had a brain you would buy it again and repeat the process over and over again . too complicated a concept for you ?
You are truly the idiot if you cannot see how to make money over and over again .
Well buster why not KMA?? I asked a simple yet pertinate question yet you came on as if you own the site... I read 10K's like novels... I am riffed as of 05 and 55yr. so I am looking for parking places that have good returns and up side potential. I don't want to be blind sided ... it's my life (or what,Kmart greeter) So "no clue??) well FU Ahole, Got filter??... don't be selling tickets to your gene pool...LOL
HGT is only 46% of the holdings - the other 54% being the 21.7 mil units being help by XTO. No net increase in unit #s,40 mil, no change in distributions per unit(as varies w/ NG sales and price. So is your thought that the 21.7 million units will now all be sent to market and depress the unit price... isn't that a potential to load up on the great dividend, higher if unit cost is lower, of one of the largest reserves of NG in Trust form. Virtually same reserves as SJT.