ake: This is all very positive. How much of this could benefit SXE? Are there much bigger player that will get the lion's share of the business and leave SXE with the crumbs?
geo: Palo Verde Nuclear is major source of electricity in Az "This nuclear power plant is a major source of electric power for the densely populated parts of Southern Arizona and Southern California, e.g. the Phoenix-Scottsdale, and Tucson, Arizona,
arky: Thanks. I never invested in OCN but appreciate folks like you blowing the whistle on fraudulent activity.
Marcellus: I'm new to GST and considering accumulating it. IYO, what are the risks to GST and where do you see the pps in 12 months? Is it a god buy at this level?
cube: "this ride is going to make me very, very sick."
Sorry for that. Hopefully you will make it up in your other investments. You've been very helpful to a lot of us on this message board.
Should be good for SXE, eh?
shabang: Do you think the LGCY bonds still have a ways to go? Most of mine were purchased under $20. I purchased some for my wife at $18 and she thinks I'm a genius. (I haven't told her about my secret weapon-you)
caj: What will it take to drive it to $5.25? I keep hoping it will take off but there seems to be a lot of headwind. (Perhaps I'm too impatient).
ofir: "this is kind of sxe, but with a better general partner and less units and complexity (only in my opinion)"
Did you mean SXE had better general partners, less units than AZUR? .
geo: "Now the question is, how WILL this affect SXE unit holders when the puzzle pieces start to take form"
What would be a likely outcome for current SXE unit holders and what impact would it have on the pps? Any guesses?
geo: "I'd take having a very large capital gains
implication over no gains everyday of the week."
Agreed. I was in the big MLP train wreck and hope that SXE brings me back.( I am also heavy into LGCY bonds)
geo: "drawback would be possible tax implications"
Anybody holding it in an IRA wouldn't be affected right?