If you're interested in the oil and gas biz but feel like you missed out on the party with moon shotHidden Gems pick Valero
Since being pegged as an Income Investor pick last spring, Enterprise Products Partners
Oops. Did I say slow and steady? On the surface, the latest results seem anything but. Revenues rose 65% from the prior-year quarter, and earnings reached $0.21 per share, reversing a $0.04 loss. And those numbers don't include the benefits from the merger with GulfTerra Energy Partners, which took effect Sept. 30. Not only will revenues rise to reflect the new operations but also the synergies between the two should offer further opportunities for growth and increased profitability.
In short, Enterprise Products continues to execute on the strategies that made it a tasty dividend pick in the first place. During a time when many things shiny and Internet -- cough Google
For related Foolishness:
- Take a look at the other side of oil.
- See why there's nothing sour about Valero.
- Should you sell big oil?
Seth Jayson is convinced his portfolio would be better off if he paid more attention to colleague Mathew Emmert's dividend picks. At the time of publication, he had no positions in any company mentioned. View his stock holdings and Fool profile here. Fool rules are here.
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