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  • lizahuang54321 lizahuang54321 Feb 24, 2013 3:04 PM Flag

    Decent MLP interview in Barrons

    "The New MLP Landscape"

    With respect to infrastructure investment, they say "We're in early innings...This is not a multiyear story, this is a multidecade story. "

    The dumbest think the Jack/Norris/Sand axis ever came out with was that pipeline and midstream MLPs had had a lucky 20 years and were now set to wither away.

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    • No, that is not correct. The dumbest thing is the continued efforts by you to group me into things that i never had anything to do with just because you do not like the fact that i see through all the games that you play and am not shy about pointing them out....like this last one:
      "The dumbest think the Jack/Norris/Sand axis ever came out with was that pipeline and midstream MLPs had had a lucky 20 years and were now set to wither away."....

      Because i do not follw or comment about midstreams/pipes....so go check if you need to ....but you are incorrect....again.o

    • One more thing...
      ""The pipes really are one of the safest groups around."

      Not so long ago you kow-towed to Jack's line that the pipes had just been 'lucky' up to now (ie. for the last 20 years or so) and were due to crash as their luck was running out.

      So, when Jack disappears for a while you are free to make your own conclusions rather than following the party line?

      it is clear from your own posts that you knew that Jack made the comment....so leave me out of things i had nothing to do with...

 
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