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    Default Stock Guru

    I'm looking for a guru to give an opinion on LNG natural gas export .. I've been dabbling with Ameritrade for a few years but I'm an amature , win some lose some .. Any insight would be appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Take-a-Knee View Post
    I'm looking for a guru to give an opinion on LNG natural gas export .. I've been dabbling with Ameritrade for a few years but I'm an amature , win some lose some .. Any insight would be appreciated
    http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=LNG+Basic+Chart

    There are a number of different sources to get financial information. I like yahoo finance because it's fairly comprehensive and is updated daily. I also look at Fidelity to get good information about companies.


    Cheniere is rated fairly high for a company that expects to lose money in 2012 and 2013.
    If you want to invest in energy, you may want to invest in a number of drillers in the Baaken area in the Dakotas and Montana. Do you know anything about fracking. It's the process now being used to get oil from shale. I would suggest you look into some of those companies, many of which have drastically increased their production due to them drilling so many new wells. There are several other regions around the country that have also experienced similar results. I would suggest you google Baaken or Marcellus and start reading. A lot to learn but very interesting. And because the price of oil has dropped so much lately, it might be time to take a look.

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    Heard a guy the other day say if you liked the story you could buy Dominion (D) as they are thought to be best positioned to follow on the exports but they also have the stability of being a traditional player/utility.

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