Cramer: What About Oil from Canada?

How do people think we are going to get our imported energy? Do they not realize that we either get the excess supply from Canada or we import it from Venezuela or the Middle East?

Last night I had Enbridge (ENB) CEO Al Monaco on the show. Enbridge is the premier growth pipeline company in North America, with expected earnings-per-share growth of 10-12%  over the next five years, a remarkable number for a company that transports oil and gas. That growth will allow it to give you a predictable 13% increase in dividends for that period. Given the company's track record of giving you a total shareholder return of 20% return over the past five years vs. a 1% return for the S&P Toronto index, that promise of dividend growth seems very realistic....720 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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