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when a companys earnings are growing at a fast
pace compared to the stock price, you can be damn sure
to see a price explosion some day, its like a quiet
volcano. Earnings compared with analyst estimates.
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1. Does anyone have a list of Propane
including penny stocks ?
2. With Ngas prices above
will the increased costs be all passed
to the customers? What about
the profit margins
this winter ?
are Heritage (HPG), Amerigas (APU), Cornerstone
(CNO), and Suburban (SPH).
Of these 4, HPG is
smallest, but has the highest return on
There are obviously other companies involved in this
industry, but this list is good for starters.
I was a purchaser on the original
The selling point for me was the stable dividend for
a minimum of five years. I know
part of the
dividend is a return of my capital investment. But, can
HPG continue to payout more in dividends than it
earns into the future. I think the date I purchase was
May 1996. If someone from the company may reads this.
if this fuel cell takes off.
YORK (CBS.MW) -- Plug Power, developer of an
environmentally-friendly electric power source, saw its shares rise
percent Friday as word of its technology began to
is distributed power generation, and
it's similar to what the personal computer did to
computing. Over time, I see this technology as
very attractive and environmentally-friendly
source of electric generating capacity."
produces the power by taking hydrocarbon fuel, stripping
out the hydrogen through an electrochemical process,
and pairing it with oxygen
electricity, Brothwell explained.."
source is natural gas or propane gas.
been weak (until today)because of warmer than normal
winter so far in service area.
On this board !!!I'm also looking for some reason
for this stocks price recently. I've looked in all
the usual places and have found nothing that stands
out. Except for the un-believable winter that we're
having, could that be the "News" ? FLIPPER, I follow your
posts on many other boards, and was suprised to see you
posting on such a calm stock board.
If your still
around, would you give us your opinion on this so called
Safe Income Stock ??
Thanks in Advance, MrT.
Al, i though you had Thermogas in the bag, what
went wrong? Your going to have to buy alot more
midsize companies now, the pickins are getting slim,
one'z two'z will not get you up with the big boys, your
falling behind. Thanks.
IT seems as if Heritage has done it again. These
guys are really rocking. Their growth has come through
smart acquisitions which is quite different than the
other majors. I think Heritage has an estremely low
overhead struture which is essential in a weather
dependent and somewhat variable business. My primary
concern for Heritage performance into the future is how
well they manage they cost structure as they begin to
reach a size where overhead and administrative costs
could be expected to escalate. Does anyone have any
I agree with your comments regarding HPG. They
have quality management, acquired good companies in
attractive markets and an impressive cost structure. I agree
with your concern of their cost structure. I could be
wrong but it seems they have maximized their structure
and will have significant additional overhead costs
as they take the next step and reach the level of
other "major" propane marketers. I believe they will
either make a large acquisition which would increase the
General Partner splits/distributions ( GP = Sr.
Management ) or sell out to an industry consolidator. If I
were them I would sell out and walk away with the
value they have created and let someone else deal with
the cost structure.
in a report dated today. Analyst Robert Chewning
said, "...Although HPG is small relavtive to its
propane distribution peers and lacks a a strong sponsor,
we feel the common units are very attrative at
current levels owing to the company's healthy coverge
ratios, strong acquisition track record and pileline,
above average internal growth, low leverge, and the
likelihood for furher increases to the common distribution
He did not address the issue of admin. costs.
Clearly this co. is not centralized, but I think this
might become more important as the co. keeps acquiring