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Jan 23, 2019
Consider Selling Discipline = Systematic, Forward-looking, Repeatable
Image shown: An illustration of Valuentum's call on Kinder Morgan during 2015. You can read about this in more detail in the Preface of Value Trap: Theory of Universal Valuation. For a consider-selling discipline to be successful, it must be systematic, forward-looking and repeatable. The Valuentum process worked equally well with General Electric during 2017 (image later in note). No changes to simulated newsletter portfolios.
Jan 20, 2019
Kinder Morgan Reiterates Dividend Growth Intention
Image shown: Kinder Morgan’s pipeline network and estimated breakdown of 2018 EBDA. Source: Kinder Morgan investor presentation. Pipeline operator Kinder Morgan has benefited from a significant increase in natural gas supply and demand of late, and it expects more of the same in 2019. Management continues to execute on its capital allocation priorities, and it reiterated previously-announced guidance for dividend growth in the years ahead.
Sep 18, 2018
Midstreams Going C-Corp, Should SEC Disallow the Measure Distributable Cash Flow?
It’s important to differentiate the concept of enterprise free cash flow valuation and the idea of capital-market dependence. The uncertainty of the MLP business model remains, as it is clear operators are shunning the MLP business model preferring C-Corps instead. According to work from Global X Funds, now 40% of the energy infrastructure market cap consists of C-Corps, up considerably from just 15% at the end of 2014. Though many simplifications have come with implied distribution cuts, the primary reason for the rise in C-Corps across the midstream space has been the rationalizing of excess MLP valuations to enterprise free cash flow assessments. We encourage the SEC to consider disallowing the use of distributable cash flow, as it is confusing to investors.
Oct 19, 2017
Kinder Morgan’s Dividend Growth For Next Year Is Achievable; Here's Why
Image Source: Roy Luck. After its infamous dividend cut, Kinder Morgan is getting things back on track. We applaud management for its ability to bounce back from a tumultuous energy-resource pricing environment.
Jul 21, 2016
We Care: Perspective Is Reality
Perspective is so important. Let’s talk about two of our calls recently, and how we look at them. Feel free to comment.
Mar 4, 2016
Valuentum: Still Bullish on Kinder Morgan Since Mid-Teens
Valuation and conviction by the market should change the opinion of any investor.
Jan 13, 2016
You Loved This One: A Little Inspiration
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can't -- you're right.” ― Henry Ford
Dec 17, 2015
MLPs: Circular Flow of Unsubstantiated Support Evaporating
Teekay LNG Partners and Joy Global announced quarterly distribution and dividend cuts, respectively, and the Dividend Cushion ratio effectively forewarned investors in both instances.
Oct 22, 2015
Nelson: Time to Consider Buying Kinder Morgan?
Now that everyone else was wrong, what now? The firm's new “sophisticated financing mechanism” is its very own revolving credit facility, in our view.
Aug 16, 2015
Valuentum Moving to "Neutral" on Kinder Morgan
Valuentum is moving to a "neutral" on Kinder Morgan. An updated 16-page report will be available on our website pre-market Monday.
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