DHULZ and not pushing personal web locations, you should note that DHULZ will earn more than $1.50 per share for 2000. Since DHULZ is a MLP (master limited partnership), 90% of earnings must eventually go to the unit holders by law. So, the DHULZ income rate for 2000 is about 10%. The price and availability of natural gas promises to maintain this income rate and perhaps increase over the immediate future until natural gas availability comes back into balance with demand. So, don't sell your units carelessly. The future is bright, especially if management finally decides to unlock unit value by a merger with a bigger company.
Iv'e been waiting for that JAVE; for quite a while now. Was think of buying some more but I'm not very happy with the way this outfit communicates. They appear to be comatose. Wish they would unlock the value in this thing.
DHULZ management wakes up and takes advantage of this unusual period of high natural gas prices to realize a nice merger with a larger company at a favorable exchange price. Management doesn't appear to want to communicate with the unit holders more than the minimum required by the SEC. But eventually this nice price environment will disappear and the opportunity for a favorable merger will also disappear because the presently phenomenal cash flow will be cut in half. We can only hope that management reads some of these messages with understanding.