By Russell Katz : Linn Energy's ( LINE ) annual report bodes well for 2013. Linn Energy is a great long-term company that I have held since 2011. Since then it has grown significantly and has increased its dividend consistently. Its recently announced merger will, in the long run, be a wise move.
Panic is an investor's best ally. Some of the most lucrative buying opportunities occur during the fear-driven sell-offs that occasionally afflict even the highest quality names. For example, in the notorious Flash Crash of 2010, investors could have scored units of blue chip master limited ...
as Linn Energy recovered most of its losses fairly quickly. Indeed, if you held on, you would have seen Linn Energy surge after it agreed to purchase (technically merge with) Berry Petroleum ( BRY ). Below I will discuss Complete Story »
By SA Editor Miriam Metzinger : Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Monday May 6. Rise of the Anti-Buffetts. Stocks discussed: Alcoa ( AA ), Cliffs Natural Resources ( CLF ), Visa ( V ) The Dow see-sawed before closing down 5 points, but the sentiment on
writing this brief article to all our loyal readers. Linn Energy ( LINE ), which is in the process of buying Berry Petroleum ( BRY ), was rocked by an article over the weekend that questioned some of its accounting practices. It was mainly a repeat of an
By Russ Fischer : Chesapeake Energy ( CHK ) is the second largest natural gas producer in the U.S. Due to some missteps by the now-former CEO, CHK managed to get in some serious liquidity problems, turbocharged by recent record low prices for NG. Just when I was becoming comfortable with the idea
Earlier this week, Linn Energy ( LINE -1.5% ), owned by LNCO, said it cleared an antitrust hurdle to buy Berry Petroleum ( BRY ) for $4.3B; the deal was announced last month and is expected to close by the end of June. Post your comment!
By MLP Trader: The Master Limited Partnership sector has had an amazing run over the last four years, with the Alerian MLP index blowing past broader market indexes. (click to enlarge) After this spectacular climb, I believe the MLP sector faces a greater danger of adverse tax changes than ever ...
By Devon Shire : There is a big difference between "price" and "value." What the stock market is telling you every day with the share price of a given company is obviously the "price." What the underlying business is doing on a daily basis determines the "value." That value relates to the assets a
stocks mentioned: Toll Brothers ( TOL ), J.C. Penney ( JCP ), Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ ), Apple ( AAPL ), Berry Petroleum ( BRY ). Since the Dow took out its all-time high on Tuesday and gained 42 points on Wednesday, many wonder if the market is breaking