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A midstream energy services provider engaged in the transmission, gathering and processing of natural gas.
May15 Put Option $0.05, $18 Strike
Div. (Yield) $2.48 (7.7%)
The extraction monopolist's right of way monopolist; extracting from extractors is always a good strategy if you can get away with it."Jonathan Cohen, Vice Chairman of natural gas gathering and processing services provider Atlas Pipeline Partners (NYSE:APL), bought 10,000 shares of company stock for $302,270."
Jubak likes LNG. APL is in same industry, with better ROE and P/B, less debt. Rated 7 at Stockscouter.
Div. (Yield) $2.48 (6.7%)Current Yield %7.69
Pipeline production and growth are going to play a big part in America's growth. I would take this to start.
Good solid foundations.
good management plus good product=sound investment
gotta get Barak out of office
Best overall performer in my portfolio. My average cost basis is $6.50. I accumulated a large number of shares during the 2008 market crash. The best investment decision I ever made. Expect continued long-term capital appreciation and high increasing dividends.
Very low P/E, good market given current petroleum prices, hence need for products and services
APL is a very fluctuating stock. My hunch is that once it reaches the $13 or $14 mark, it'll drop again to $9 because of heavy profit taking by the investors.
Forward earning look good.
I found apl just pokin' around online before I even joined you fools its already been a double bagger for me-I like natural gas down the road.Think I'll pick up a few more at this price.
I think most businesses involved in natural gas production and distribution will do quite well in the future. Oil production in the US has been decreasing since the 70s and I don't see it turning around. Natural gas just makes sense. Atlas seems like a strong stock, with its debt being the biggest drawback that I can find.
one of the best when it comes to natural gas... waiting for it to break out of the 13 to 14 dollar range
They will return to better operating margins now that debt issues are being resolved.
Its that time of the year, energy companies are most profitable, this company will have a nice jump within the coming weeks.
Any company with good financials in summer time will do very nice.
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