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Focus on ETE, Not ETP; Strive for Balance and Stick to the SEC Filings

publication date: Dec 20, 2015
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Confusion regarding the structure of the Energy Transfer collection of companies, their degree of financial leverage, and what’s included in recent quarterly results is more prevalent than we thought. Given the large number of non-GAAP adjustments and unconsolidated debt related to joint ventures in assessing financial leverage, we continue to encourage investors to stick to the SEC filings at the fully-consolidated entity, Energy Transfer Equity, to assess risk of all subsidiaries in aggregate.

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