I purchased shares in both the connected company CQP as well as LNG some time ago. I purchased CQP because the dividend and LNG because of the hypothesized long term value. Well I only invested a small amount of money.
Anyway now I have seen that the debt of LNG is high, according to Yahoo figures almost as high as its enterprise value. Is this correct?
Did I make a mistake buying shares of LNG? Do companies ever recover from high debt levels. In the past I've purchased companies with high debt and it didn't go well for them. Is LNG different?
Wow! Something is happened with CanAlaksa. Deals with larger companies. I never thought it would happen!
I recently purchased some new shares in Occidental based on a SeekingAlpha article! Now I've looked around a bit more, there are both positive and negative articles on the company - well no surprises there I guess.
I purchased the shares, because the oil price has been beaten down and I wanted to take advantage. Also I read an article and said the company debt isn't high.
What can this board tell me about the company?
The oil price has decreased a lot and it has got me curious. What is the best way to invest in oil? I already own shares in quite a few oil companies, but if I think the oil price will go up what should I look at?
I hear USO spends money on rollings its contracts and one article says if oil goes up 240%, USO only goes up 100%.
The problems are containment and generating more energy than it takes to heat up the hydrogen.
Read Lockheed Martin's words - it is a high risk project.
Good grief! I read a newspaper article about this and they are asking for further funding and have not given much details. Your post is premature.
If a workable fusion reactor is possible it will revolutionize society and we won't care about stock prices anymore!
Himx's dividend is quite high, especially for a tech company. It is higher than Microsoft's and Intel's dividend. Its dividend is infinitely higher than Google's stock dividend payout!!!!
Despite the recent drop in share price, overall in Himax my shares are up.
I don't like the drop in share price though, it is decreasing the value of my portfolio. Even if it is only temporary it makes me sigh.
But onto my point. When the share price goes down, if you buy new shares, then the percentage dividend per share actually is up! So a decreasing share price makes Himax's dividend more attractive.
Do you think the dividend puts a floor on how low things can go?
Thanks thornflesh for your sensible reply. I will hang on to my uranium stocks. I am in no mood for churning my portfolio.
Why has the recent share price of Cameco slide downwards? Also I've noticed Fission Uranium Corp is down as well?
I've been waiting for so long.
Yes, the presentation did talk about these long term contracts. Well I was satisfied enough to buy some shares in both CQP and LNG. Yes, with diversity comes the potential problem of being spread too thin in the right companies!
I am not familiar with what happened to Kinder Morgan.
So what will become of the LNG parent company if it presumably sells its assets to the child company? Why would they want to do that? To get more money to expand.
I think I read somewhere that LNG has no or little debt and all the debt is in the CQP child company.
They have their gold project and a high resource rare earth metal project in the pipeline. Why for the past year has their share price gone down?