while the rest of the market barfs
wow you must be so old you can't even tell who I was posting too, or just plain stupid.
I was replying to the OP.
child my #$%$
wow thats almost the same ratio of my kmi : kmr holdings.
of course I have a lot less zeros behind them numbers. oh well someday
do you understand the structure of an MLP ? I would guess not.... but then again perhaps your just a short seller thats pimping.
and where would one find info from ETE on an ETE sponsored 5% discount drip program ?
I'v looked and as far as I know there isn't any. so tell me a story
banning export of natural gas while natgas pricing is near record lows, oil wells are flaring natgas because of lack of pipelins, and a projected 100 year supply is the same thing as hoarding.
Doesn't do anybody any good, since excess goes to waste, and there is no incentive to produce.
the feds can't put on an export tax on LNG. interferes with states rights..
This cold winter drawdown will blow over, it will be interesting to see how fast or how slow inventories rebuild, but don't expect pricing to get too high. Drillers have been waiting a long time for a rebound and stabalization in pricing.
I keep half of my kinder investment in KMR and half in KMI. KMR has an incredible total return because of how it pays its dividends and is available at a discount to kmp. also helps to have both growth and income.
the fate of the tar sands does not rest in Oblama's hands (despite his delusions). That oil in some form will be exported out of North America one way or another.
It is illogical to think ete and etp should trade in tandem all the time.
There is a lot more to ete than just the etp assets, did you forget about regency ?
you cannnot know the max because they did not sell 100% of capacity, AND the price is unknown.