Be cognizant, colleagues, of the following:
1. Berkshire Hathaway's purchase also has large political benefits for KMI. It is unlikely a federal regulator will consciously or subconsciously "pick on" KMI now. This doesn't mean industry-wide pipeline or petroleum terminal regulation will be more favorable. But IMHO it does mean that among pipeline and terminal companies, the feds seem unlikely to aim at KMI if they have several options of different companies to sue or subpoena or investigate within the pipeline or terminal industries. Warren Buffet is very well-connected with Pres. Obama and also with Hillary Clinton, IMHO.
2. Recall Michael Morgan's insider purchaser earlier this month of KMI. He spent seven figures of fresh money (not stock options) to buy. So far, he is looking very astute, as he bought between $14 and $14.50 per share. I bought some then and added some more today at $17.76.