EPB expects to declare cash distributions of $2.60 per unit for 2014, an approximate 2 percent increase over its 2013 expected distribution of $2.55 per unit. EPB’s 2014 budget includes the expected purchase (dropdown) from KMI of 50 percent of Ruby Pipeline, 50 percent of Gulf LNG and 47.5 percent of Young Gas Storage. The positive impact from the expected dropdowns at attractive multiples will be largely offset by the impacts of the Southern Natural Gas and Wyoming Intestate Company rate cases and expected lower rates on contract renewals on the WIC system. In 2014, EPB expects its regulated pipeline and storage assets, along with its LNG business, to generate earnings before DD&A of almost $1.3 billion (adding back EPB’s share of joint venture DD&A), an increase of almost $90 million compared to 2013. EPB also has over $1 billion of expansion projects under contract with customers, which will benefit EPB unitholders in 2016 and beyond.
I suggest you change your name from stockdean to cockdean, you are probably a lot more familiar with those.
Shut the #$%$ up you lying, clueless weasel. AAPL is trading at 9x next years earnings and should be trading near $650. $500 is all you are worth and that's probably on the high side.
at $440- $450- $460- $470- $480- $490- $500- $510-$520-$530 $540-$550-$560.........................
You ever hear the story about the guy who kept beating his head against the wall thinking it won't hurt THIS time! OUCH!!!
LINN Energy reiterates total estimated production during the fourth quarter to be between 840 MMcfe/d and 860 MMcfe/d, which includes the impact from recent severe winter weather in the Permian and Mid-Continent operating regions. Additionally, LINN increased its fourth quarter guidance for "excess of net cash"(1) to be approximately 5-10% above the Company's current distribution, compared to prior guidance of zero percent above the Company's current distribution. Both estimates do not include the anticipated positive impact from the pending merger with Berry Petroleum Company . During the quarter, production has remained on-track, NGL prices have continued to increase and the Company has continued to realize lower operating expenses, all of which have contributed to this updated fourth quarter guidance.
For the full-year 2013, LINN estimates production growth of 8-10%, which remains on-track with the previous guidance provided by the Company.
Thank you very much for the free ipad Apple. My cost basis will be $425 after the next divvy payment so I think I can afford to buy myself an ipad for Christmas. It's the least I can do to support the Big Apple:)
TOO funny, Interestingly, InfoScout said that based on their research, which included looking at over 90,000 shopping receipts, that 40% of the iPads bought on Black Friday were from Android smartphone users. Android users buying Apple products, you gotta love it!
According to InfoScout, the iPad Air 16GB, iPad mini 16GB and iPad Air 32GB models were the top-three sellers at Target on Black Friday, representing 18% of the retailer's sales that day. Apple products in total represented 22.0% of Target's sales that day.
Meanwhile, the iPad Mini 16GB was the top selling product at Wal-Mart on Black Friday, and the Apple iPad 2 16GB was the top selling product at Best Buy!
WOW!!!! There will be some soiled shorts when this leaks out.
Apple won 76 percent of Japanese smartphone sales in October after the release of its new iPhone 5S and 5C models, market researcher Kantar Worldpanel ComTech said.
I see you're talking to yourself again. You know what this is a sign of, right? Maybe you can take some of your make believe profits and get some real help!
You can pretty much substitute Seeking Alpha for Motley with the same results. Analyst wannabees without the experience or credentials to back up what they write about. The word accountability doesn't exist at either company.