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stanton berman
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stanton berman
February 27, 2011 6:55 pm

I find Bob very insightful in picking stocks that are certain to produce excellent results.

sumflow
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sumflow
February 3, 2012 1:06 am

We got one the other day about natural gas pipelines. Kinder took on billions of dollars worth of debt when it took over El Paso. This hurting the balance sheet. But what Kinder wants to keep is El Paso’s pipeline. Combined with Kinder it’s now the largest natural gas pipeline in the nation. El Paso has exploration and production (E&P) assets, which Kinder plans to sell to pay down the debt and head off troubles with government regulations. But they can’t do that until the deal closes. So until then the credit shows on the books, which may be affecting the share price. Pipeline companies earn revenue by transporting natural gas from the field to markets These transport fees remain almost constant when natural gas prices fluctuate. Rising oil prices and expanding gas use can only help pipeline operators.

Kinder who pays himself a dollar a year was almost CEO of Enron when he and Morgan bought a natural gas venture from Enron and built themselves a nation wide pipeline. He gets his income from dividends and insiders are still buying stock. Kinder Morgan is betting on the transportation of domestic fuels.

The oil and energy investor sees the growth of the unconventional oil and gas markets, leading to consistent profits in the midstream.

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claarence wills
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February 9, 2012 12:54 pm

I find the letters to be very good. I have not blindly followed the advice but it has always been helpful in helping me reach a decision to buy, sell, or do nothing.

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