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  • businessguru75 businessguru75 Oct 8, 2012 11:57 AM Flag

    Increasing Dist. Rate, All-Time high unit price

    so you are going to sell your EPD stake and buy PAA? If you even own any EPD.

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    • Have you bothered to compare EPD and PAA?

      Do you realize that while they have similar revs EPD has far stronger profits and a boatlaod more distributal cash?

      Do you realize that over the last year PAA has appreciated by 60% while EPD has gone up buy just under 40%

      The difference is that PAA has been growing their distribution by close to 10% each Q over the yr prior same Q

      EPD until the last bump was at 5% for the same metric...

      Also when you factor out the 1X extra 1/2 cent EPDs rate of growth will be below 8%

      You guys really believe that you are better off not paying the partners more of the distributal cash?

      Had EPD acted much earlier to bump the growth rate you would have received more cash every Q and the share price would be about $10 higher...

      what does $10 unit mean to the company... why either far less dilution in the last secondary... which also equates to less total distibutions per Q... which of course makes the distribution more sustainable......... or if they issued the same # of units it would just be another mere $92 million more cash in to the company

      Please explain to me why a unit holder would not want all that extra cash in their pocket along with a 50% greater unit appreciation over the past year

    • Have you bothered to compare EPD and PAA?

      Do you realize that while they have similar revs EPD has far stronger profits and a boatlaod more distributal cash?

      Do you realize that over the last year PAA has appreciated by 60% while EPD has gone up buy just under 40%

      The difference is that PAA has been growing their distribution by close to 10% each Q over the yr prior same Q

      EPD until the last bump was at 5% for the same metric...

      Also when you factor out the 1X extra 1/2 cent EPDs rate of growth will be below 8%

      You guys really believe that you are better off not paying the partners more of the distributal cash?

      Had EPD acted much earlier to bump the growth rate you would have received more cash every Q and the share price would be about $10 higher...

      what does $10 unit mean to the company... why either far less dilution in the last secondary... which also equates to less total distibutions per Q... which of course makes the distribution more sustainable......... or if they issued the same # of units it would just be another mere $92 million more cash in to the company

      Please explain to me why a unit holder would not want all that extra cash in their pocket along with a 50% greater unit appreciation over the past year

 
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