Between TRGP and ETP I'd give a nod to TRGP. Just seems like more opportunity for a share price increase as the divs are comparable. These two are in great sympathy when it comes to charting their price movement. And it would appear that any deviation in downward price from that sympathy by more than 5% would be a buying op.
Note taken. I'm sticking with GLMP and DLNG. Just believe in the long term outlook. Yes, I also like ETP. Thing is, I'm expecting some retrace in energy prices. Not unusual for any issue to get ahead of itself and the whole energy sector is 'dying' to rush back up.
Market has got to suffer. OK, you don't want to hear it. Stop reading. But, the truth is oil has topped out for now. Housing which is the last finger holding onto the bar is about to slip. I like the prospects for LNG. And in bad times the big usually get bigger. Just look at the banks after the housing crash. So, AMZN, GOOG and APPL? Not my cup of tea. VXX and others showed life today after their latest drop. And from history I'd say the mo-mo will continue for them. Friday will find me setting some stops and figuring out just how much I want to be invested come May. GLTA
Rebar is one of the most economical ways to hold steel. It can be easily converted into so many uses. Melts very quickly and is quite 'pure' as a steel.
While the gazeteers exude their gasconade of garrulous. I wait for the galosh to drop. We gadabouts galumph or galiard while our economy resists the gallinippers. This whole market seems like a gambado. And as much as this ganov market tries to turn us all into a gamin, I will act with galena as the giddiness of my greed consumes me. lol
Any of these reduced rates are going to have a minimum payment involved with a rising scale if/when things improve. So in essence, the original contracts will be honored. Just a matter of time when the money is given. 'Too big to fail'?
Well, DRYS was one of the 'canaries' in the coal mine a few years back. So, if it starts to take off it is usually an indication that we're on our way up for these shippers.
Well, I'm not stocking up on pencils to sell on a corner, but I would hold off buying that new 80k car right now.
I'm leaning toward cashing out. With today's added weakness in markets and the old sell in May adage.........I think this market is getting tired.
C-drick, I'm with you. Much out today in news, Japan, our own economy and how slow it growing. How housing is the last bright spot. Once the numbers come out for housing again I think we see some real downturn. I live in one of the hottest zip codes for housing 94506. And I'm seeing the selling stalling out. In that people asking 1.1 million and above are starting to have to drop 50k at a time to generate a sale. Once the prices drop below 1 mill you get a lot of action. At least for now. But the 'worm' is turning.
So much upside going on. VXX close to where it was the last time things gave back. Hey, I love an up market as much as the next, but..............................