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San Juan Basin Royalty Trust Message Board

  • gymdumas gymdumas Aug 7, 2004 4:08 PM Flag



    I have to wonder after the profit taking this week in SJT where folks are putting the profits.It seems to me if you're not here you might as well be in cash which earns very little interest.Any investing as safe as this in these current times I'm missing?I started getting in royalty trusts in 2000 and have been smiling ever since.Best investment outside of my house I've made so far.I just wish I would have had more money to throw at it back in 2000.I'm just curious where others out there see current opportunity either in rising share price or nice divvies.Am I missing something?Jimmy

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    • I agree. you're absolutely right but the markets will eventually turn again and you'll be lured back by some stocks that gain 5000% in a year just like TASR did last year and the cycles go on from greed to fear ....

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      • PIPELINES. Oil pipelines. KPP,EPP,NBP to nane a few of the best in the biz. Also known as the bookies of the oil sector. They make profit regardless if oil is up or down.
        Don't forget this is a golden time in history for the oil sec. $50.00 barrels are right around the corner.
        The dip in SJT and others make this an exceptional buy. One hell of a week coming up.

    • I agree, but... it seems to me the yield or lack of it elsewhere drives the stock up. Add the rise in energy prices, and you get more CG.

      So the rise in share price must be a balance and is limited by price of NG which will not go up forever. Capacity and reserves would play some role. The attractiveness of SJT is reduced as bonds lose value and interest rates rise.

      I also own Fording Coal Trust (FDG) which has done very well.



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