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Prvdr of midstream natural gas and NGL services
Europe needs to diversify natural gas imports due to the Ukrainian crisis.
MLP with good dividend
MLP with 5% plus yield and exposure to energy.... one of the faster growing segments in the economy
NAT GAS is GOING UP, especially with the arbitrage situation as the price in the US is even 50% less than Canada, and over 400% lessthan Japan!!!
Midstream toll collecting... Morsels of dividends making it rain!!!! love the MLP space. Tasty enough that ownership purchases by insiders are through the roof.
Targa is another interesting MLP that was featured in Barron's recent cover story on the sector. What I like about this company again is there is a story as to why its shares should rise in the future. The story with Targa is that it is reshaping its business model towards one that is less exposed to commodity prices. Today around half of the Company's business is exposed to commodity pricing. It has a slew if new projects that are scheduled to come online by 2014, which will reduce its exposure to commodity prices to around 35%. Once the market recognizes this shift in mix to more sable business the company will likely be awarded with a higher multiple, causing its shares to rise and me who priced it in CAPS to be happy :). Deej
natural gas growth US, distribution, valuation
I think that this company will outperform in the short term but mature a quite a bit more as supply chains flesh themselves out a bit more. Just a guess, but think that maturing will be about 4 yrs out or less.
Natural gas pipeline MLP. Energy will only increase in value, and gas is domestically produced.
Positive Stock for the next few years
It has been outperforming since last October
Actually purchased 500 shares in early April 2009 at $9.12/share. Have enjoyed the consistent, quarterly distribution, along with the appreciation in the share price as an added bonus.
It has a good combination of growing assets, a steady stream of income, specializes in natural gas transport (which will likely continue to grow), and pays a hefty dividend. What else is there to want?
Strong dividends and stable distribution profile has this MLP holding up well in the near future
Natural gas prices are low and so is demand just wait till they rebound,and the dividend isn't bad either
Energy sector should be rising and general stock will be correcting.This company has a lot of growth ahead when the new pipelines are fully on line and producing revenues.The PE ratio is low in comparing other energy/pipeline companies.
low p/e, debt and good yield
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