Kent Moors put out a sell on LNG yesterday with the intention of buying it back later. The last time he did this with LNG, I was dumb enough to listen to him and sold at $15. Later he said to buy it back around $20. I never did find out why he said sell in the first place. That little fiasco cost me a ton because I had 4000 shares. Actually I think he did have another sell out in the $40's but I didn't listen and the stock soared after that. That is the great energy guru if you don't know him you can check him out on the internet. I could tell you more about his choices for investments but don't want to sound like I'm whining. LNG is going to be huge and anybody that can take little volatility for a few months will be well rewarded
So why would you or anybody else buy KYN? They have a 2.4% fee for management! Why not just go on your own and buy these companies. That is so stupid, I can hardly believe anyone would fall for that farce. Oh well, I guess it takes all kinds to make a market.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
and I'm going to load up. I've had 2000 shares for a year or two at 49.50 and I've been up almost the whole time. There is no way I will sell this stock.
Does ETP's rate change at $40 than at $100? If not, than why is it going down so much with other down stream stocks? It seems to me that this stock would be a super buy at this point.
I would like to ask Trump how many people he stiffed with his 4 bankruptcies. He carries a lot of baggage.
I'm sorry to have to tell you this, but when enough little guys get in, the big boys short the hell out of certain stock to clean you out. How they know, I don't know. They just do. Goldman Sucks, JP Morgan, and other big investment banks. They even do it against their own clients! How sad is that?? They know where the stops are put in(which to me should be private information).
wouldn't care if they temporarily stopped the dividend and paid down the debt. It would be prudent at this point in time. I think the people that were worried about the dividend have sold anyway. I think long term anyway.
back from the dead before, I am more than a little concerned about this one. If they are in financial trouble, why not sell out to some company like Exxon? This ridiculous. By the time they get into full production, oil will be back in the 90's, so what is the problem?
Everything you say is probably true, but when a stock misses estimates, 95% of the time it goes down. Got to be careful with this one.