I came across CBI last night and read a couple of glowing articles about the company. I love energy (and nat gas, specifically) as a long term investment (5-10 years) since we could very well be in the first inning of the biggest energy transformation in several generations. I see that it's trading near it's 52-week high and I don't want to step in front of the short-bus (done that before) so I'd be very curious to hear what those who've been tracking the stock think about timing or if I should even care given my time horizon. Thanks in advance.
It's a LTI for you - as is me - and now is a great time to get in. This company has enormous amount of future work under contract and has a phenomenal free cash flow. It generates growth using almost no debt. Grab it now. Long term it is cheap. IMHO