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Sempra (SRE)

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  • K
    KEVIN
    Is SRE heavy in Florida? Will their losses be huge?
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    SelmaPete
    another great quarter for SRE..
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    Sempra Energy’s SRE second-quarter 2022 adjusted earnings per share (EPS) came in at $1.98, which beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.82 by 8.8%. The bottom line also increased by 21.5% from $1.63 in the prior-year quarter.

    Barring one-time items, the company generated GAAP earnings of $1.77 per share compared with $1.37 in the second quarter of 2021.
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    Richard
    SoCal Gas wants to drill new wells at its fields Questions loom over future of Aliso Canyon Southern California Gas wants to drill new wells at all of its storage facilities, including Aliso Canyon, t
    SoCal Gas wants to drill new wells at its fields Questions loom over future of Aliso Canyon Southern California Gas wants to drill new wells at all of its storage facilities, including Aliso Canyon, t
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    jamesj
    Did we get a dividend
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    anthony
    California regulators approved a plan to mandate solar panels on all new homes built in 2020. Any idea of what impact this will have on SDGE stock?
  • s
    shorthound
    my kids inherited roughly 700 shares of SRE. Would you keep the stock?
  • J
    JD
    $UGAZ conversation
    I think we are about to see a new bullish market start in nat gas. For nat gas it's cheap, but Cheniere $LNG with the capacity to offload to shipping 2.8 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf) it's going to start the draw on the stores, with 3 less gas running gas rigs out there will see another large decrease from the previous week in the USA. But we need to know what production from Russia and Canada contributes. Since this ETN's is based on global supplies European nat consumption is a big factor. $SRE is taking 2.1 Bcf per day and with an expansion another 1.4 Bcf. China and Mexico soon to be the biggest customers, I'm sure South Korea is right there too so no change there. The USA is the 3rd largest nat gas producer in the world. We are now a -force to deal with- in the exports as we compete for head-on with Qatar and Russia. We are really energy independent now, thanks to President Trump. We are just now stepping up the exports, but we still want cheap energy here in the USA too. Solar is not cheap. I doubt we will ever see $4.50 per million cubic feet again, but $2.50- $3.00 is in reach, and new construction of nat gas fuel electric generation plants, but those draws will come in the summer. I suspect the futures have overcompensated and new money coming in the market they start buying up the futures. pushing it from $2.20 to $2.40's as the first step up. Right now we hold. We have a 1/10 reverse split coming up and this new adjust cost per share should bring the new money. So I have reason to be bullish. You should find out and do your due diligence. Don't let bias mess wreck your bank. We all want to make money.
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    Samuel
    I've owned this stock for over 10 years and with the dividend and constant growth, it's been the stock that keeps on giving. Couldn't be happier with it.
  • A
    Ad
    I have a good feeling about my portfolio as the season of earning reports is about to start. The hyped no profit companies will (at least for a moment) go to the corner. And a reliable profitable dividend paying companies like SRE will have their moment.
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    scoutingranch
    Rolling blackouts coming again this summer here in SoCal. Why? NO POWER PLANTS. There's your green energy. The "warmers" live in a make believe world and think electricity just comes out of the wall.
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    InverseCramer
    Added at $132.90
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    Gogirl8
    VelocityShares 3x Long Natural Gas ETN Linked to the S&P GSCI Natural Gas Index ER
    U.S. LNG cargoes resume shipments to China - Reuters https://seekingalpha.com/news/3559013?source=ansh $CEO, $SNP, $LNG, $SRE, $UNG, $UGAZ, $DGAZ, $BOIL, $KOLD, $UNL, $GAZB, $GAZ 

    Good???? for UGAZ????=)
    Four tankers carrying U.S. liquefied natural gas are on their way to China after the Beijing government started granting tax waivers to some importers, Reuters reports, citing shipping and trade sourc
    Four tankers carrying U.S. liquefied natural gas are on their way to China after the Beijing government started granting tax waivers to some importers, Reuters reports, citing shipping and trade sourc
    seekingalpha.com
  • k
    ken
    but like any utility company aren't they limited to rate increases based on their operating margins?
  • M
    Mishugana
    The CEO, Mr. Martin, makes 5.35 million dollars a year. Isn't a little excessive?
  • M
    Mapsoda
    #SRE in play. Indicators are looking bullish, according to stoxline. .Looking for breakout at 119.78 for a run up to 139.90.
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    Cost
    CEO interviewed today by Cramer. The fellow is sharp and above board. Expecting a bit of a pop tomorrow.
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    Metalmeister
    Local media is not accurately reporting on the Gas + Electric utility sector. Blaming everything on greedy corporations. Good grief.
    Not one mention of:
    1. Soaring costs of NG up over 300%
    2. Calif. legislators mandates for SRE, PGE and the rest to buy more expensive wind, solar, hydro, geothermal energy from far away.
    3. Stock price has been sideways for close to 5 years until now.
    4. Costs are soaring for materials and labor.
    5. Costs for hardening the electric grid to prevent wide fires. etc,etc....
    6. I could come up with many more reasons.

    Journalism has gone away and is replaced with political hack activists. But don't worry, some day they will grow up.
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    James
    What's the news associated with this sharp rise today in SRE? I don't see anything showing.
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    InverseCramer
    Ex dividend date today. So this move is expected,.
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    Nicholas
    How do we feel about doing a $140 call July 19th exp?