Red-Hot Propane Power Stock Gains Summer Momentum

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Red-Hot Propane Power Stock Gains Summer Momentum

Matt Clark, Research Analyst

The sun’s out, and it’s time to go outside.

As a kid, I spent every summer at the pool, on the baseball diamond or in my yard.

Now that I’m an adult, my favorite summertime activity is grilling.

There’s nothing like the smell of steaks, burgers, hot dogs or whatever you prefer cooking on the grill.

That leads me to the 99-rated Power Stock I share with you in this episode of The Stock Power Podcast.

The company distributes an essential element for grilling.

Check out why it’s giving us the “maximum momentum” we love to see in stocks.

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