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An independent petroleum refiner which produces high value light products such as gasoline, diesel fuel and jet fuel.
One of the best oil refineries.
Nice, stable dividend payer.
Refiners are poised to be major beneficiaries of continued boom in American energy.
Chosen based on list of Price/Div/5 year dividend growth
Epa ruling should help profits.
Good dividend, Low P/E. meets both Benjamin Graham and Peter Lynch criteria for picking a stock. Graham # 58.3Lynch # 194http://www.gurufocus.com/dividend/HFC
divy, looks cheap
cheap, Buy when there is blood in the street
Oil prices high, have been high.
looks like strong value from a beaten up stock
Egypt is a significant part of APA's operations.The turmoil in Egypt will reduce over time asthe military takes control again, ensuring noproblems with APA operations in Egypt.
Down to $40,30 nice opportunity to buy some more. Extra dividends $0,50 and normal $0,30 quarterly is 8% dividend in the short term.Real money pick.
the P/E ratio
At first glance this looks really cheap. Is it a trap?
best positioned refiner to reap benefits of shale boom.
HFC and PSX. How can you go wrong with these two refiners? Especially now with all the cheap domestic oil around.
Enjoys meaningful cost savings primarily derived from the refineries' locations. The benefit is not permanent as other pipelines can be built. (not likely in the near term)
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