Shares are falling 0.51% to $39.28 in Wednesday's late morning trading session.
Kinder Morgan is a midstream energy company in North America, operating approximately 80,000 miles of pipelines and 180 terminals.
The last time Kinder Morgan (KMI) was selling at bargain prices, it was because Barron's published a negative article warning of the stock's imminent meltdown. More than a year later, those bearish predictions still haven't come true.
Now Kinder is at a discount again, and it's because Barron's has published a second negative article that uses more or less the same arguments as before.
I personally think the stock is a buy, but it's worth addressing some of the concerns raised by Barron's widely read coverage.