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Further Information

In this post I will discuss some of the stock that I featured on my last post with the Google map and haven’t yet been analyzed before by me.

The first stock is Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) which is based out of Dallas, Texas. It is quickly becoming one of the largest retail marketers of propane. It specializes in natural gas pipelines. Their gas operations “include more than 17,500 miles of gathering and transportation pipelines, treating and processing assets, and three storage facilities located in Texas,” according to the company website. These operations are in eight states Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Utah, and West Virginia and owns the largest intrastate pipeline system in Texas. The stock is currently trading at $52.97 per share.

The next stock is Silver Wheaton Corporation (SLW) based out of Vancouver, Canada. The stock is currently selling at $46.91 per share. According to the SLW website the future of the company looks very promising, “Based upon its current agreements, forecast 2011 attributable production is 27 to 28 million silver equivalent ounces, including 15,000 ounces of gold. By 2015, annual attributable production is anticipated to increase significantly to approximately 43 million silver equivalent ounces, including 35,000 ounces of gold. Beyond the initial upfront payment, no ongoing capital expenditures are required to generate this growth and Silver Wheaton does not hedge its silver production.”

Lastly the stock of Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. (FCX) which is based out of Phoenix, Arizona. The stock is currently selling at $57.23 per share. Their website states, “FCX is the world’s largest publicly traded copper producer and has a dynamic portfolio of operating, expansion and growth projects in the copper industry. FCX is also the world’s largest producer of molybdenum and a significant gold producer.”

2 thoughts on “Further Information

  1. anne ahira
    10:07 am - 6-25-2011

    Hi, thanks for posting above really add useful information for me, and I like it with all the information on your site, and I wait for the next post.

  2. Warehouse Management Software
    2:46 am - 7-26-2011

    Stocks may vary its price on the demand in the market You may buy stocks that are high in prices this week but with unsureness, next time you check on you bought stocks it may lower the value. There’s no guarantee that the stocks you buy will boost its price overtime. It may increase its value when the demand is high and it may also decrease if the demand is low.

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