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  • KMP an after-tax loser in Kinder consolidation deal, Wells Fargo says [View news story]
    YOu don't understand the structure of $KMI and $KMP. The owner of $KMP is $KMI. This will not be voted down. The tax issue with $KMP lies with each year dividends are taxed like they were return of capital and with depreciation the dividend is added back into the taxable value of $KMP. So when one sells $KMP you have to pay the tax. The law is that want to encourage long term holding of these type of stocks.
    Aug 13 06:46 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • KMP an after-tax loser in Kinder consolidation deal, Wells Fargo says [View news story]
    The is no tax issue with $KMR. Those complaining are like someone who just won a billion dollars at the lottery and are complaining about the tax issue.
    Aug 13 06:42 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • KMP an after-tax loser in Kinder consolidation deal, Wells Fargo says [View news story]
    The deal will not be voted down. The tax issue is like complaining about which donut has more sugar on it. Deal is still very good for all unit holders. It is like Best, Better, more better
    Aug 13 06:40 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • KMP an after-tax loser in Kinder consolidation deal, Wells Fargo says [View news story]
    It is not Misleading at all. I'm a holder of $KMR.
    Aug 13 06:39 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • KMP an after-tax loser in Kinder consolidation deal, Wells Fargo says [View news story]
    I listened to the conference call and Mr. Kinder said several times tax issue to $KMP unit holders to it was not HIDDDEN in Footnotes.
    Aug 13 06:37 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • KMP an after-tax loser in Kinder consolidation deal, Wells Fargo says [View news story]
    Mr. Kinder owns more $KMR than $KMP. But the deal is still a very good one for all unit owners. ALLLL. ALLLL ALLL.
    Aug 13 06:36 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • KMP an after-tax loser in Kinder consolidation deal, Wells Fargo says [View news story]
    hold $KMI and $KMR. Buy $KMR if you want to play. My View Sell $KMP now and buy $KMR, tomorrow. If your own $KMP in an IRA and have for a few years your going to see tax issue with unrelated income issues. Today you still get $KMI in the future below market price today with $KMR purchase.
    Aug 13 06:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Main Street Is Too Expensive [View article]
    So while one waits what do they lose in total return. Good Dividend Stock, We like it when value goes down and revenues go up. One should never invest in Dividend stocks solely based on Price differential with in your ranges.
    Aug 8 09:08 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Retirement Strategy: ETF Portfolio Vs. The Stock Only Portfolio: Surprise, Surprise! [View article]
    I'd add monthly paying dividend eft wisdom tree has several or add bond etf. $vowx for example
    Aug 1 06:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dividend Yield Or Dividend Growth: My Experience With Both [View article]
    My view is to balance between income and dividend growth.
    Jul 31 10:47 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • I'm Approaching Retirement And Simplifying My Portfolio [View article]
    I think you have way to many stocks.
    Jul 31 10:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • My High Dividend Yield Retirement Portfolio Delivers 8.8% Of Income For This Retiree [View article]
    Can't argue with your logic. It is sound . I.d so something similar if were your age. I'm not, older, so I use $kmr in retirement account for both capital presevation, accumulation via dividend reinvestment. I use $eep in taxable account. Two ideas to consider $o $main monthly paying dividend stocks. Thanks for sharing . Mike
    Jul 26 09:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Rockefeller REITs, The Ones That Pay Monthly [View article]
    $O should be in your Foundation of stocks. Foundation stocks provided you a safety net. My view, unless someone can provide a reason why, I'd only invest in $O and not any of these other monthly REITs.
    Jul 6 10:37 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is It A Good Time To Buy MLPs? [View article]
    For Me: NO new money adding to $EEP or $KMR or $COP. My energy adds are $VNR. And added to Royalty Trust $HGT. If you plan to invest in MLPs over a year time period and not all at once, then nothing wrong with making investments now. Will the stock prices go down, yea but I don't know when. Oil prices fluctuations will have a 3% move in stock prices. But demand for oil etc will not decrease. With tax on Sulfur levels for coal, heating oil and natural gas needs will go up. Infrasture needs for pipeline, midstream, will continue. Consolidation will continue. Drop downs will continue. One consider, for me, would be $EMES.
    Jul 6 03:15 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Main Street Capital: BDC Dividend Coverage Part 17 [View article]
    We all think we know what will happen when Treasury rates on 10 years start moving up. But for the last 5 years we've all thought we understood the rules. For one will look at the increase in interest rates as an opportunity to buy and increase return. $MAIN is a good investment, yield is good and provides good monthly income. For me it is a foundational stock. I'm not sure $MAIN was really impacted by the Russell issue, more like the price set by stock sold.
    Jul 1 08:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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