Trump's OK on Pipelines May Unblock Investing Potential

President Trump's move last week to restart the building of Keystone XL and the Dakota Access pipelines is an indication of the increasing help infrastructure is likely to get from the administration, which will also impact a good number of pipeline companies that have been waiting for approval of new lines, mostly to move natural gas. In this overheated market, which should drift lower, they could be a good cornerstone for investment. 

Trump's executive order on Keystone and Dakota Access doesn't "greenlight" the projects -- it opens up renegotiations on the resumption of both pipelines' construction. Trump has mentioned that he was looking for a 25% surcharge for the U.S. for pipeline revenues for Keystone and for the project to use nothing but U.S. steel, both of which are frankly absurd requests -- but I believe that this time, the pipeline will likely be built. ...408 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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