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  • ousaouparis ousaouparis Oct 11, 2010 5:30 PM Flag

    Natural Gas Down HGT Up?

    I have come to realize that the driver of MLP is the attached commodity. All MLP are plays on commodities: HGT is NG, BPT is oil MSB is iron ore, etc. MLP can only be conceived with a commodity partner. So like it or not, commodity dividend is directly proportional to the commodity price. What is driving the commodities prices, not really the NG, I am starting to believe in the coming inflation and the dollar going south. The US price of NG is 1/3 that of the world price. We, in the US are not using natural gas as Europe does. In France from way back, before WWII, gas was widely used but not from natural gas, it was from coal. In Europe coal is plentiful and gas was piped everywhere in urban area. This is not the case in the US, although in the farm country propane is widely used, I make reference with Idaho.
    In researching attractive stocks, of the best movers are all commodities. Actually the 30 days 15% upside movers are mining MLP. Today Cotton is in a 15 years high. This is an inflation play, plus a dollar that is going south make lots of sense.

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