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Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. (PAA)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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10.51-0.26 (-2.41%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
10.50 -0.01 (-0.10%)
After hours: 05:24PM EST
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  • J
    James
    Hold do not sell 80% of this company is owned by insiders and institutions. With Less shares on the street after buy backs it will push EPS higher with a greater dividend to come. We all know the game that’s being played by both sides! do not sell your shares and buy in single digits if we get the chance again. Hold
    Bullish
  • i
    iscius
    As expected, weeks of gains lost in minutes. Never fails with this company.
  • J
    John
    I almost punched sell all at $21.19, and that has absolutely no meaning whatsoever now. Just my mistake.
    Drilling was running at about 250 rigs in the Permian recently, a friend recommended buying drilling assets
    last week I just bought more EPD but he was right Baker Hughes drill count is up, their stock took big jump.
    Point is drilling is up Nationwide 228 rigs over last year and huge supplies have recently been sold for more drilling to come. So good old PAA will go up. That is the reason I for the first time recommended buy and hold.
    Things change!
    Best Luck
    John
    Bullish
  • C
    CAL
    Free cash flow doesn't lie. I'm predicting a Q1 dividend increase, along with share buybacks, oil will mostly stay over $80 a barrel.
  • L
    Leon
    Love it Natural Gas prices climbing indicates pipelines collecting change on the increased flow through the pipes. Going to cost you more to own the stock.
  • C
    CAL
    Perfect time to buy this cash cow as it breaks out!
    Bullish
  • i
    iscius
    Wow, entire oil industry pumping 2 to 8% gains this week, but PAA after being decimated in price can still only manage 4 to 7 cents like I said. And when distribution is not increased, say hello my little friend $8 per share. What a shambles this management team is. Take it private already. Cash us out.
  • J
    John
    Finally almost even only been even once before, hoping oil lifts old PAA profits and we get some distribution
    increase.
    Best luck
    John
  • m
    mike
    Been buying on a regular basis screw the the Greenies! Just saying!
  • i
    iscius
    Going to be interesting. The options on $10 for january are high. Everyone wants to keep this caged at under $10 and $11. Management did no one any favors except themselves with the lack on increase in distribution. Can't be more disappointed in a company that I am with them.
  • J
    John
    Things have changed, my two year rinse and repeat strategy worked to get me down to reasonable break even
    but I no longer recommend that. New paradigm, for the first time ever I recommend building PAA. Not the top choice, that for the moment is EPD but certainly worth building your positions a little.
    Best Luck
    John
  • S
    S
    Will announce distribution next week!
    Bullish
  • J
    John
    Highest profit since I bought over 2 years ago lot’s of rinse and repeat built up to 4500 sold down to 1250
    while growing my EPD. My Stagfolio hit plus 14% up for the last thirty days today.
    I of course will hold but will never add again, agree ET will raise distributions for sure and has more upside.
    Best Luck
    John
    Bullish
  • i
    iscius
    ALL OIL UP except this. Ask yourself why.
  • i
    iscius
    I am amazed this company cannot reach even 14. Every indication has them flying into 2022 and yet we will see a month of 4 and 7 cent increases wiped out in one day because the african beetle population of the sub congo has trimmed 4% relative to ambient insects over the last 18 months....100MM shares can trade in a week and this stock wont move more than 4% up or down. It's just nuts. And they are not increasing distribution or retiring debt or buying back enough shares. What exactly is the plan here?
  • L
    Leon
    21 Degrees in Gig Harbor, Washington. Furnace running full blast eating Natural Gas, watching my pipeline stock take in Money by the truck load. Time to buy more!
  • J
    James
    Insiders own 35% and institutions own 44% totaling 79%, Both of those numbers have increased not decreased. I believe with PAA buybacks we have a game being played by both sides. They will try to scare and manipulate us out of shares at wholesale 2000 prices. They won’t raise dividends yet they’re still in buyback mode doing that would just cost them money. Hold out and buy more when we’re in single digits, they’re doing the same thing. After buybacks are completed they will raise dividends and share prices will jump dramatically.
    Bullish
  • r
    r_u_buying
    Sick and tired of Willie Chiang’s persistent and unapologetic willingness to cannibalise and try to dislodge long-suffering unit holders to engage in his never ending nickel-and-dime buyback without cutting us in accordingly. THIS IS AN MLP. We are not to be sat on for YEARS while the company makes money hand over fist, and chooses to use it to gild the lily on the balance sheet, rather than returning capital to unitholders appropriately, as they’re supposed to.
  • r
    r_u_buying
    There is a big part of me that wants to like what Craig writes in spite of myself. I think it’s a low thing to bring background into this. I will say though that there is a real tendency in management to want to bring the financials back to “perfect” during the recovery. However what is not being addressed is that this is being done on the backs of shareholders, and patience is wearing thin. All the buybacks and debt pay down is being accomplished with cash flow that SHOULD by rights be being returned to unitholders. Many of us have had a stake in PAA since well before the SCAMdemic, and those shareholders need to start being rewarded for keeping the faith.
  • J
    Jane
    Noted investor Michael Price likes PAA. He holds 418,581 shares per J3SG.
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