The fly on the wall, 24/7, Market realist and Zacks are ALL junk when it comes to market analysis. They use computer generated numbers to rationalize their information never taking into consideration other major fundamentals. I'd never base and investment decision on any of their recs.
last newbuild, eventually dropping down to GLOP
Total will charter the vessel from GasLog for a period of seven years, commencing in mid-2018 at a date to be finalized ahead of the commencement of the charter. A further option period of three years has been granted at the charterer's option.
Following the successful charter of this vessel, all of GasLog's six remaining newbuild vessels have firm, long-term charters of between 7 and 10 years.
jk. Wouldn't go near thermal coal with YOUR money :~). Only stock remotely related to coal I'm watching would be SXCP but that's also a play on the steel industry with MET coal and they don't mine, only process. "Grumpy's List" shows AHGP up 15.41% since 1/1/16.
that invests in MLPs.
Go to investorvillage.... and put in the board MLPs. Once there look for the "links" line in blue near the top of the page. Click on Alpha list, a spreadsheet prepared by one of the main members of that board, Grumpy. The list consists of EVERY MLP listed on the exchanges, no matter what the industry (eg: STON) and it updates every 15 minutes. An invaluable tool for MLP investors. I have it bookmarked. Here's a few of the MLPs discussed on this board and today's updated gains from 1/1/16:
There's much more information on the spreadsheet such as history, dividends, and other important info.
keebon, ETP has always had an ATM (At The Market) plan in place. They don't do secondaries but instead sell shares into the market if needed for capex or other projects. Investors usually don't even know when they're selling until end of quarters. I think there's no problem with them maintaining or even raising a fraction. They had no problem with the dist., even when oil was into the low 30's and this last quarter oil was solidly into the 40's. JMO
Will, it says something about PWE that they regained listing compliance on the exchange WITHOUT having to do a reverse split, as the majority of companies that fall below listing requirements do.
bayman, I'm in NE Joisey but we head down the eastern shore to Chincoteague every summer. Fishing's been terrible the past couple of years so we're thinking of trying the St. Michaels area in the Chesapeake.. Any idea how the fishing's been in that neck of the woods? We always stop at Jimmy's in Bridgeville, on Rt 13 on the way home. Amazing fried clams.
jk: You are right but that seems to have been an aberration over a two day period:
2/9/16 closed at 12.28
2/10 closed DOWN at 10.74
2/11 closed DOWN at 10.31
2/12 closed UP at 11.79 and continued upwards since then
That 2 day sell off happened with no news showing whatsoever and actually on the 5 year chart it doesn't even show anything below about 11.79 for the past 4 1/2 years. I wonder if anyone remembers why it dropped those two days and recovered immediately.
"SFL was at 10 not that long ago". Well, it's not that long if you consider 4 1/2 years a short time. I sure don't and I'm guessing many would agree that in investing 4 1/2 years is a long long time ago