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  • aosjdhdjduryffjfjfj aosjdhdjduryffjfjfj Apr 10, 2012 10:07 PM Flag

    current yield is UNSUSTAINABLE

    I expect a 50-75 percent cut in the dividend any day now. A stock
    can`t fall 4 percent daily and pay a dividend. Just wait and see, i`ll be right. Good luck to you dreamers. Global warming is killing the need for propane. No demand = seek other investment like APPLE, GOOGLE OR AMAZON.

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    • Buy short you'll be a 1%'er!

    • Wow - you're so smart - you must be a billionaire! Tell me something - how do YOU explain the drop in demand for propane simultaneous to increasing wholesale prices?

    • they've been doing it for year after year after year, while yutzes like you have been saying a cut is coming.

      get ready for a bottom and and upgrades in the next little while.

      • 1 Reply to cptn_buzzkill
      • Well, well, well ... due to new weather developments, here's a much awaited and much-needed upgrade:


        I, Belladetijuana, an excellent and one-of-a-kind-analyst, am upgrading FGP to a buy! A BUY!

        FGP, with its excellent track-record in paying divvies, and dynamic management with average acquisition rate of approximately 3.2 per year in its 75-year history which has made it a big and important player in the propane gas and natural gas industry, I believe will continue to play an important role in the industry where it has done so well, and will continue to serve its customers in the communities it covers (all states including Puerto Rico and Hawaii), to the best of its ability, and will continue to deliver value to its shareholders!

        I say the pps has bottomed, and the upside potential is now greater than the downside.

        Actually, honestly, I like the pps to be low because it is a "drip" account for me and I get more shares re-invested if pps remains low.

        GLTA!
        BB

 
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