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Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. Message Board

  • ran across this, and posting if there is anyone
    that did not see new target price.
    World Access Inc
    Reiterated `Buy' at Prudential

    Bloomberg News

    May 1, 1998, 6:22 a.m. PT

    Princeton, New
    Jersey, May 1 (Bloomberg) -- World Access Inc. (WAXS
    US)
    was reiterated ``buy'' by analyst John H. Butler
    at Prudential Securities.
    The 12-month target
    price is $47.00 per share.

    -- Michael Donohue
    in the Princeton, New Jersey newsroom, (609)279-3156

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    • Sorry, but here is correct link.....but if your
      interested WAXS is a great company.

      Kinder Morgan
      Energy Partners Reiterated `Buy' at Prudential


      Bloomberg News
      April 23, 1998, 6:44 a.m. PT


      Princeton, New Jersey, April 23 (Bloomberg) -- Kinder Morgan
      Energy
      Prtnrs (ENP US) was reiterated ``buy'' by analyst
      Carol Coale at Prudential
      Securities. The 12-month
      target price is $50.00 per share.

      -- Andrew
      Bekoff in the Princeton, New Jersey newsroom,
      (609)279-3652

      M

      • 1 Reply to ladystaed
      • I am still searching for signs of intelligent
        life on the ENP investor board. Where have all you
        technical experts gone? No one seemed to be able to respond
        to my last message.
        Cat got your
        fingers?
        ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        OR
        Have you lost your excitement over the BIG
        distribution increase to $0.600 per unit recently announced by
        Mr. Kinder? Did you finally realize that it is smoke
        and mirrors?

        FACT (Per ENP Partnership
        Agreement):
        Any amount over $0.4625 per unit that is distributed
        by ENP is split 50% to Kinder and Morgan (2% owners)
        and 50% to all the publicly traded unitholder dummies
        (98% owners).
        FACT (Per ENP May 15 10K):
        Kinder
        and Morgan received $5.5 million in the 1st Quarter
        alone for their 2% ownership! In other words, the 2%
        guys took nearly half the cash available to distribute
        to everyone!
        I defy all the tax technicians and
        CPA's out there to explain why it makes any sense for
        the public unitholders to THROW AWAY their money like
        this to get some kind of a deferred tax write
        off?
        Anyone who knows this industry at all knows that this
        company is an old cash cow that runs itself. Why do you
        let Kinder and Morgan go merrily raiding while you
        sleep? Is anyone awake out there?

 

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