Enbridge Energy Management (EEQ)
Description: Enbridge Energy Management, the limited partner of Enbridge Energy Partners L.P. (EEP) -- an owner and operator of crude oil and liquid petroleum transportation and storage assets, and natural gas-related assets in the U.S. -- manages the partnership's businesses and affairs.
Potential Upside in 2012: About 40%, according to Todd Horwitz, chief trading strategist at the Adam Mesh Trading Group.
Stock Price (Jan. 23 Close): $34.70TheStreet Ratings Grade: Not Available Horwitz's View: This energy management company already oversees companies with large pipelines extending from Canada to the U.S., so a big setback in Keystone plans would essentially be a setback for the competition, says Horwitz. "The stock has been solidly up-trending for the last three months, going to $35 from $29, and it looks like it wants to go higher." Horwitz adds that Enbridge Energy Management remains a thinly-traded stock, rendering it susceptible to sharper spikes if buyers decided they wanted in. "It's got a heck of a chance," he remarked.
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