Cheniere Energy (LNG -8.3%) may be the company of the future but it's falling quickly in the...


Cheniere Energy (LNG -8.3%) may be the company of the future but it's falling quickly in the present, according to an analysis by David White. The company's shares reflect the promise of its planned liquefied natural gas export terminals, but it's taking on huge debts at a time when most peers are cutting back; shares could "easily fall to $5 or below." CQP -13.5%.

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  • TomBrown38
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    I'M A BUYER WHEN AND IF SHARES GET ANYWHERE NEAR $5.00
    11 Jun 2012, 03:09 PM Reply Like
  • Labman88
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    I'm with you Tom! I'll be buying before that point.
    11 Jun 2013, 01:45 AM Reply Like
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