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yzerman19wingnut 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 12, 2014 10:00 AM Member since: Mar 20, 2006
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  • yzerman19wingnut yzerman19wingnut Dec 12, 2014 10:00 AM Flag

    There will be a deal struck on TRP Keystone Pipeline. Yes Obama is a tool. And no he's not the most powerful one in the nation by far. He is merely a marionette. When Teamsters own James Hoffa supports its construction then you will find that Dems cannot hold their finger in the dike for very long. The reason the US has experienced lower fuel prices is due to the North Dakota boom which has increased supply. Keystone will be completed. It's the primary on the agenda for the Republitards (who are equally as controlled as the Dems). Count on it like the sun coming up in the morning. They just need December and the first part of January to accumulate shares (thus this lower dip in share price).

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    SU will hit 20 soon

    by listen_jockers Oct 11, 2014 2:28 PM
    yzerman19wingnut yzerman19wingnut Nov 5, 2014 9:52 AM Flag

    This prediction will be proven WRONG as we now wake up to the Republicans sweeping control of the Senate as well as solidifying control of the House. What does this mean for TRP? It means the stalemate on the Keystone XL pipe will be approved early in CY2015. Who stands to benefit besides TRP? SU. Why? Large acreage position in Alberta which at current has a huge disconnect between WCS and WTI. Thus the reason for the need to build a pipe. This baby is going to pop sometime next year. While all the bandwagon money today will be on TRP and likely will be overbought in the short term the real winners won't be long term pipe builders but Suncor Energy.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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