Yahoo uses Zacks for their earnings report and other miscellaneous information. Zacks is typically wrong on earnings date and latley has not been too accurate on earnings estimates for my stocks of which ENP used to be. In case you haven't noticed ENP's prices always runs up near dividend time and shortly thereafter seems to drop off. Nice game for those who can afford alot of shares to play the margin. In terms of any other short terms gains I believe investors will be very reluctant to gamble much with higher prices here until ENP proves themselves with significant revenue increases from the Sante Fe deal. I personally believe it will take time. I don't see any significant run up in price until P/E comes back to reality. Other companies with lower P/E's are better investment.