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Worries about cost overruns plague Australia-focused LNG projects. Pure play Oil Search Ltd (ASX: OSH, OTC: OISHF, ADR: OISHY) has a couple key advantages, including a significant net cash position, that make it a viable long-term Aggressive Holding.
For Americans, investing Down Under is a bit of an adventure right now. Ironically, Australia is home to one of the most stable financial systems in the world, with banks paying high, sustainable dividends.
Natural gas is priced at levels not seen since the 1990s. Abnormally warm weather in key regions suggests they’ll remain depressed. Here’s how natural gas prices impact dividend-paying energy stocks.
There's plenty of impending-doom-related nonsense associated with 2012 without taking the extraneous and often intellectually compromised step of comparing our current year to the Great Depression's 1932.
A couple of Europe-based companies are adjusting their dividend plans.
Once key but surmountable regulatory challenges recede, parties to deals announced in 2011 will likely enjoy a market bounce in 2012.
But low expectations will prove easy to beat for solid businesses.
APA Group (ASX: APA, OTC: APAJF) dominates Australia’s pipeline industry. But a potential natural gas boom could pave the way for more players and more competition.
Understanding how and why macro events impact your specific investments will help you avoid a lot of the emotion-driven decisions too many investors are making these days.