Wow it's dropped back down into the 22's. It's a bit surprising to see considering they recently activated that oil line expansion so service revenues will head up. If it drops to test the 52 week low I will buy more.
am holding both this and its counterpart on US grey mkt-- symbol ebguf which, I believe sells at about a 8%discount after you convert enf.to from cdn to US $. Have held anout 5 months after having success with US mlps as Enterprise Products. I believe there is room for the business to grow and it seems the payout could be significantly higher based on ffo. Still will hold but as mkt is very sloppy will wait b4 adding. Presently am getting head handed to me with a small portfolio of preferred stocks & bonds of all category types. Good luck
I suspect the IPL.TO flash crash caused a sympathy dip in ENF.TO. I was quite surprised my long-standing limit order filled that day even with the general market drop. It has recovered nicely since then : )
@@@@@Inter Pipeline units, which closed Friday at $22.90, plummeted to $14.21 on the Toronto Stock Exchange minutes after trading began on Monday, causing regulators to immediately halt the stock.@@@@
I was not aware this stock even traded in the US. Anyway, it's nice to see I am not the only one following it. I started buying this stock in 2010 when it was in the 14's so I am very happy with the performance. PPL.TO (PBA) is another stock I've done well with. Looking to add to my COS.TO holdings if it drops into the mid 18's (for a yield above 7%).
I only hold stocks and cash. Bonds have little appeal to me in this low interest environment. Based on what the Fed has been saying, I still don't see interest rates on bonds moving up anywhere near historical levels for at least a a year or longer. If true, then investors will continue to look for stocks like ENF.