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BUY
It's cheap. It suffered a downgrade recently, but it pays a 6% dividend and he thinks this company works. American is short of pipelines.
pipelines
BUY
He still likes it. If you believe that commodities will move higher, you want to be in the E&P space, because they have upside exposure. If you want to get paid like an annuity with a 6% yield, then KMI is safe to collect. Even better and more well-rounded is Exxon which is up 56% YTD. KMI is definitely a safe, good bet.
pipelines
BUY
The business model has significant operational leverage and the valuation is defendable. He'd be long this.
pipelines
BUY
He likes it, because it's well-run and it's time for KMI to do well. Likes it in the pipeline space.
pipelines
DON'T BUY
Dividend should be safe, as it was cut years back. Would much rather own a Canadian infrastructure player. US shale was growing great guns with funding that didn't acknowledge its risk. Production profile in Canada has been steadier.
pipelines
BUY
It's built a base, which is good, because it's heading up into the mid-$20's.
pipelines
DON'T BUY
It has been basing for almost four years now. It has to breakdown. He wouldn't touch this one until it breakdowns.
pipelines
HOLD
He likes the midstream and pipeline space and the yield. There are discussions around selling the CO2 part of the business that could create noise going forward. He would like to avoid any potential drama. Yield 4.3%
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DON'T BUY

He sold all of his direct energy exposure Jan 31. He thinks there is a $55 to $60 for WTI going forward. He has a negative view of this sector going forward. Pipelines and mid-streamers is the place to be and there is a good story behind the return of capital, but it is simply a tough story. He would stay away from it.

pipelines
DON'T BUY

He went more positive back in the fall on energy. He is comfortable being out of Canada in energy. This is a good time to build a position in energy but this is not where you get the bang. Your opportunity cost will be significant. He likes XLE-N, the ETF. Or XOP-N is more E & P.

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PARTIAL BUY

Pipelines. If he didn't know the name of the stock, he would say it has built quite a nice base without any real euphoric volume. Doesn't know what will move this if it hasn't moved yet, but it looks like the risk would be to the upside, not the downside. If he owned it, he would continue holding, but if not, he would be a buyer. Dividend yield of 2.8%.

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COMMENT

A pipeline giant. Got highly depressed and there were concerns around the balance sheet, and he thought management had really changed their tune as to where they were going to allocate capital. Instead of getting bigger at all costs, they started getting better. It resulted in a much better free cash flow yield, so he got into this one. Dividend yield of 2.6%.

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HOLD

Pays a nice dividend. Oil can’t break out and until that happens we will not see oil related stocks break out. This will be in no man’s land. It is okay to hold it for the dividend.

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COMMENT

Kinder Morgan (KMI-N) or Kinder Morgan Canada (KML-T)? In the short term, he would choose neither. If certain things happen, he would look at the Kinder Morgan Canada position. The Canadian subsidiary, without the pipeline expansion, is worth $15. That is just on the assets and the quality of the assets. Since you can get the shares close to $15, you are getting all the optionality. He is waiting for an opportunity to get this under $16. In the US, it is an MLP, and he is not positive on the MLP market. *Correction by BNN on June 6/17 that they are no longer an MLP, they are a common stock company. (Bill) There is just so much debt associated in that area.

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COMMENT

He likes this at current levels. Had a disastrous 2015 and an early 2016. They’ve been able to repair the balance sheet and work through their debt issues. Despite the price of oil, you still have to get the commodity from point A to point B. If Trump is able to pass the stimulus package infrastructure spending, it would be geared towards the pipe. We’ve seen his pro-energy reforms. This gives you a little over a 2% dividend yield.

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Kinder Morgan Inc.(KMI-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 4

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 4

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On 2021-12-01, Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI-N) stock closed at a price of $15.27.