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  • General Partners Outperform Their MLPs [View article]
    The GPs that I've mentioned here are all corporations, so you'd get 1099s. However, some GPs are MLPs themselves. In those cases, you'd get K-!s.
    Aug 30, 2014. 05:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Partners Outperform Their MLPs [View article]
    Much research has found that stocks that have recently outperformed are your best bets for future gains.
    Aug 28, 2014. 05:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Partners Outperform Their MLPs [View article]
    Targa Resources (NYSE:TRGP) and Williams (NYSE:WMB) were the only GPs, organized as corporations, that have been GPs for two years. Here are their two-year returns.
    TRGP 223%, NGLS 74%
    WMB 95%, WPZ 17%

    Spectra and Oneok only converted to pure GPs around the beginning of 2014. Here are their YTD numbers.
    OKE 31%, OKS 16%
    SE 20%, SEP 29%

    PAGP was an October 2013 IPO. Here are its numbers since its IPO.
    PAGP 37%, PAA 23%
    Aug 28, 2014. 05:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Partners Outperform Their MLPs [View article]
    All of the GPs that I mentioned are corporations, not partnerships.
    Aug 28, 2014. 04:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • American Capital Agency's Upcoming Q2 2013 Book Value Projection (As Of June 30, 2013) [View article]
    AGNC announced BV at $25.51. A toast to you Scott Kennedy for your "right-on" analysis.
    Jul 29, 2013. 05:09 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • CVR Refining Should Be Bought Right Now [View article]
    Joey,

    A 23-year old finance major! Wow! Wonderful analysis. You have a bright future ahead.
    Apr 29, 2013. 03:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Like High Dividends? BDCs Are Worth A Look [View article]
    Hi Meltdown,

    Thanks for the plug for Dividend Detective.

    Harry
    Mar 21, 2013. 11:21 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 High-Dividend Stocks For A Strong Market [View article]
    RNF is more volatile than the other picks. Its share price moves with expectations for nitrogen fertilizer demand, which in turn, depends on the size of next year's corn crop, next year's weather, and who knows what else. Those expectations seem to change almost daily. I view RNF as a good mid- to long-term play and don't watch it every day.
    Sep 26, 2012. 12:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 High-Dividend Stocks For A Strong Market [View article]
    Hi richjoy403,

    Thanks for the complement. It is much appreciated.

    Harry
    Sep 25, 2012. 12:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 7 Dividend Stocks For 2012 [View article]
    BGS just made a big acquisition, in terms of product brands. So, I think it is still a buy.
    Jan 13, 2012. 05:04 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Stocks And 1 Fund To Buy And Forget [View article]
    Hi Munger Maniac,

    Thanks much for the complement.

    I picked my "Buy & Forget" list from stocks that I follow in my day job (Dividend Detective). Currently, we're not following any big pharma stocks because we view that sector as too risky. Consequently, you are probably more up on the topic than me.
    Oct 13, 2011. 12:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Stocks And 1 Fund To Buy And Forget [View article]
    BND's last monthly dividend was $0.214. Given its recent $82.90 trading price, that equates to 0.258142%/mo, which annualized, is 3.1%.
    Oct 12, 2011. 05:05 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Stocks And 1 Fund To Buy And Forget [View article]
    yes
    Oct 12, 2011. 04:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Stocks And 1 Fund To Buy And Forget [View article]
    Hi FloridaScene,

    In my view, the traditional yield formula for bond funds (last 12-mo ave dividend divided by share price) is more meaningful for investors like us than the SEC yield, which, in essence, is a form of yield to maturity.

    The traditional formula reflects what you actually earn, in terms of dividends.
    Oct 12, 2011. 11:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Stocks And 1 Fund To Buy And Forget [View article]
    Hi Scott,

    Thanks for the complement. There are many other stocks that would qualify, so my picks are somewhat arbitrary. MO is paying around 6% vs. 4.7% for PM. While PM may have better growth prospects, in this instance, I'm in the "bird in hand" camp.

    Oil stocks, including XOM, are generally too volatile for such a list. Finally, KO's 2.9% yield is nothing to shout about.

    Harry
    Oct 11, 2011. 07:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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