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  • 6 Reasons Energy Transfer Equity Should Be In Your Income Portfolio  [View article]
    Doesn't ETE get most of its $$$ from ETP, who hasn't had a dividend increase since Aug. 2008 and is now getting ready for a HUGE equity offering. How much do you see ETE's divvy growing over the next 1, 3, 5 years?
    Apr 15, 2012. 06:34 AM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How SeaDrill Could Benefit From Seabras Spin-Off  [View article]
    How many of u are committing new money to SDRL in light of these
    "positive developments"?
    Dec 15, 2011. 07:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Dividend Stocks Suitable For A Roth IRA  [View article]
    I'm 66 and basically retired. I will, however, receive a 1099 this year and next for non-employee income. Does this make me eligible for a ROTH contribution?
    Nov 3, 2011. 07:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Here's What Jim Cramer Didn't Mention About IRAs  [View article]
    Thanks Steven! Are the stock dividends paid by KMR the same as return of capital....they decrease your basis/?
    Sep 6, 2011. 11:26 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Here's What Jim Cramer Didn't Mention About IRAs  [View article]
    When I click on the ticker KMR within your article, there isn't a divvy or yield shown. Further, when I click on historical prices & then dividends, it shows no dividends paid since 2008.

    EEQ shows the same thing, except after stopping in 2008, there is a 12 cent divvy in 2011 and a 2:1 stock split.

    Does Yahoo have an error?
    Sep 6, 2011. 08:04 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dividend Danger Zone: 4 Yields That Look Unsustainable  [View article]
    I brought 1000 WIN in Oct '09 under $10. Next month I'll collect my 8th divvy of $250. At its current price + $2K in dividends, I'm up 47.5%.

    I'll just set my stop-loss @ $10 and keep collecting!
    Sep 1, 2011. 06:54 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 28 Dividend Stocks Acting Like a Money Machine  [View article]
    I'm a long time reader, but this is my first post.

    Nice list of ideas and I am long some of them.

    I would really study NMM. I've owned this dry-bulk carrier and others before and had to keep a really close eye on them. I got in on NMM in April 09 @ under $10 and out on May 10 @ $17, all the while getting a yield around 16%.

    Unless they have changed, their dividend is all return of capital. They have some shaky accounting with Navios Holdings that allows them to fund the dividend. Also, % LT Debt to Capital is north of 70%.

    Many very good ideas in D4L's post, but study NMM closely and don't be blinded by the juicy yield.
    Jan 31, 2011. 07:08 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment