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  • Ensco: A Few Reasons Why I'm Bullish On This Oil And Gas Driller That Yields Just Over 3.6% [View article]
    Thanks Pedro. I, too, have been watching ESV and am considering it (growth and income, connected to the price of oil) for some of my clients' portfolios.

    I look forward to your article.
    Oct 25, 2013. 10:05 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Zooming Monetary Base Supporting Equity Markets [View article]
    Excellent points bartpr-thank you.
    Oct 25, 2013. 12:58 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Team Alpha Retirement Portfolio: By All Time Tested Metrics This Portfolio Has Room To Fly [View article]
    Great call, RS. Well done!!

    Glad I got 2 of my clients in around $23 : D
    Oct 23, 2013. 03:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The All-Defensive Team (Part 1): 20 Stable Dividend Stocks For Your Retirement Portfolio [View article]
    Yes usiah. I have had EPD, PAA, OKS, and RNF in my Roth and never had any problems.

    I currently hold some QRE and LRE and have yet to have any problems.
    Oct 22, 2013. 01:21 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The All-Defensive Team (Part 1): 20 Stable Dividend Stocks For Your Retirement Portfolio [View article]
    Easy until you sell, anyway.
    Oct 22, 2013. 01:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Easy To See Why Warren Buffett Likes General Electric [View article]
    Questions:

    How long will WB hold the warrants??
    What price did he exercise them at??
    Now that GE is in the mid $25 range, what does he think of the stock going forward??

    Had he bot the stock yesterday, he would have cleared about $10 million-in less than 24 hours. Good timing indeed.
    Oct 18, 2013. 12:44 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Time To Pick Up Oil Majors [View article]
    Excellent point, CK, but there their pps has managed to stay afloat during this very volatile time for investors, even going up on huge down days for the rest of the market.

    Obviously, there are some that see value here.
    Oct 16, 2013. 03:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • E-Cigarette Stocks Vs. Big Tobacco [View article]
    I think he meant it just to be humorous, if only a little bit.
    Oct 15, 2013. 04:00 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Phillips 66: Looking Forward To An Earnings Related Dip [View article]
    <<Conclusion

    For Q3 2013, Phillips 66 will most likely report its weakest ever EPS number. However, do not let that headline spook you. Phillips 66 has tons of growth projects on its deck as well as a shareholder friendly management team. In addition, Phillips 66 is rather cheap, with a EV/EBITDA at around 4.50X. Phillips 66 is definitely a stock worth buying on any large dip.>>

    <<Additional disclosure: I may initiate a long position in Chevron (CVX) at any time>>

    Huh??? You make a compelling arguement for buying PSX on any pullback, but you are only interested in buying CVX???

    Care to explain??
    Oct 15, 2013. 03:55 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Rentech Nitrogen Partners: East Dubuque Update [View article]
    Disagree Carbonyl. Please go back and reread some of your posts. They are (at times) confrontational, and Chris' use of the word altercation is quite accurate.

    And Surfgeezer has posted an incredible amount of helpful, insightful, and intelligent info that has helped me a ton.

    Whatever you're angry about, Surfgeezer has nothing to do with it.
    Oct 15, 2013. 03:40 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Altria: Accumulate This Cash Cow And Enjoy A 5.5% Dividend Yield [View article]
    Again with this argument.

    Jargon1: No mention of the ill effects products from XOM, KO, MCD, etc ????

    I'm not saying what you posted doesn't have merit, but c'mon. All advertising is BS-it's ALL FAKE, to get people to buy junk they most likely don't need, and some of which is bad for them.

    What about co's like Storm Ruger and Smith & Wesson?? Should those be publicly traded and ever mentioned in public at all???? Should Hollywood continue to glorify violence???

    My point is where does it end?? Are cig co's the boogeyman?? How 'bout vitamins that can end up damaging our bodies if not taken a particular way?

    Mankind is deeply flawed-DEEPLY. Without petroleum products, do you realize how different the world would be today? What about LMT and Raytheon?? Is our defense worth these co's making products that kill other people?? How about Oshkosh that makes vehicles our soldiers drive around in??

    Or beer/wine/liquor co's??? I enjoy having the freedom to have a few drinks when I get home at night. In the long run, that may do me harm, but as an adult, I take responsibility for that and accept the consequences.

    Smokers need to do the same. If you feel that strongly about it, you have the freedom to help others quit. We have the freedom to invest how we see fit. It isn't a black and white argument, and both sides have good points. As long as there are people, there will always be this problem. If it's not cigs, it will be something else, in a thousand years, and in ten thousand years.
    Oct 15, 2013. 03:23 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Upstream Your Portfolio With 5 E&P MLPs Yielding 10% [View article]
    Thanks, CK. I'm sorry to veer off topic (sector), but since I had posted the first comment, I thought it wouldn't be too far out of bounds to mention the adjustment in my QRE holdings by disclosing I used some to p/u PSEC.

    Didn't mean to throw a tangent in the discussion : D
    Oct 15, 2013. 03:08 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Lorillard: Big Upside Still Ahead For This E-Cig Market Leader [View article]
    Unless the gov't comes out and bans ecigs (possible, but not likely at this point), I think they will continue to become more and more popular, and more and more accepted by nonsmokers too. In fact, the one thing I've seen mentioned but not really stressed all that much is the ramifications of smokers moving to ecigs. Once upon a time, bars were filled with people smoking and drinking, and this was simply commonplace. Then, with anti-smoking laws, it drove smokers out into the cold and rain, and basically vilified smoking AND those who smoked. Non-smokers didn't want smoke blown in their faces or the stench to get into their clothes, hair, etc. But now that that problem has been eliminated, smokers now get to come back inside, rejoin the party, and drink and smoke at the same time. AND, tobacco co's get to reap the profits.

    I really feel that the socializing aspect that ecigs bring will go a very long way toward moving smokers (and those that may) to switch, and with much less stigma attached to smoking ecigs (and even less as people get used to them), they stand to get a lot more popular.

    It will be an interesting race to see if one co can be the ecig king.

    Now if we can just keep the gov't from interfering...

    Disc: Long LO, MO, and PM
    Oct 15, 2013. 02:58 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Enterprise Product Partners Is A Safer High Yield Play [View article]
    Agree with lungbunny2 (great name btw).

    Yield seekers would back up the truck @ 6% for PAA and EPD. Only if they dropped a ton in severe panic selling would they get near 7%.

    They are as solid as they come.
    Oct 11, 2013. 11:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Upstream Your Portfolio With 5 E&P MLPs Yielding 10% [View article]
    Sold 1/3 of my QRE stake and bot PSEC @ $10.96 the other day. Just too good to pass up at that price, and I've been wanting to initiate a position under $11 for quite a while.
    Oct 11, 2013. 11:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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