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  • 3 Yieldy Stocks That Are Beaten Up [View article]
    birder -- Thanks. King's Island, like Cedar Point, is owned by CedarFair. It was not originally and may not have been when you went there many years ago. King's Island has had at least three different owners. I have heard good things before about Holiday World. Not familiar with Indiana Beach either. RSR
    Aug 3, 2015. 03:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Yieldy Stocks That Are Beaten Up [View article]
    birder -- I wonder how many of those 3 to 5 parks are owned and run by CedarFair. Any idea? Got any park names or locations to share? Just curious to know. RSR
    Aug 1, 2015. 09:46 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Capitalize On Canada's Wireless Oligopoly Now With BCE'S 5.2% Dividend Yield [View article]
    awayk -- If you own the shares in a taxable account then the 15% deduction on dividends applies. But generally you can recover this as a credit on your federal tax return. If you own the shares in an IRA there is no 15% withheld. RSR
    Jul 31, 2015. 10:20 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • DuPont Could Make Big Profits With Its Strategy [View article]
    Winning (?) -- In what universe are you getting a yield of 3.45%??? At best the DD yield is only 2.75%, and then only because the share price continues to decline. RSR (Long ago out of DD)
    Jul 30, 2015. 02:33 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Much Kinder Morgan Is Too Much For A Dividend Growth Investor? [View article]
    DS -- The Throwin' Samoan!............and a guy named Joe. RSR
    Jul 29, 2015. 11:53 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Restaurant Business Is Too Competitive: Buy The Supplier Instead [View article]
    I thought that was shorthand for "Buy Sysco." Go for it Steve! RSR
    Jul 29, 2015. 11:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • How Much Kinder Morgan Is Too Much For A Dividend Growth Investor? [View article]
    Nice and neat. Works for me.
    Jul 29, 2015. 08:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Much Kinder Morgan Is Too Much For A Dividend Growth Investor? [View article]
    ATrautmann -- Funny comment. Read your bio. Are you a Redskin or a Redhawk?
    Jul 29, 2015. 07:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Much Kinder Morgan Is Too Much For A Dividend Growth Investor? [View article]
    Obviously the best solution is to never incur a loss. Then you don't have to be concerned with how much to gain back. Yeah, that's what I'll do. No more losses. Chowder, the chart was a great help. Visual aids are the best. Thanks guys. RSR
    Jul 29, 2015. 06:22 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • How Much Kinder Morgan Is Too Much For A Dividend Growth Investor? [View article]
    DS -- Yeah, I get that. The implication is she knows the answer is right, so I just didn't understand my own question.
    Jul 29, 2015. 06:18 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why You Should Own Utility Westar Energy [View article]
    Tx: I own both WR and WEC, along with D and SO. I like WR for its stability and growth potential in its service area. Yes. the DGR is slow but the yield is satisfactory in my taxable account. I'm willing to hold it and wait for developments. RSR
    Jul 29, 2015. 12:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Verizon: I'll Buy 10 Out Of 10 Times At This Price [View article]
    Don't know what you're trying to say. This makes no sense.
    Jul 29, 2015. 12:17 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Much Kinder Morgan Is Too Much For A Dividend Growth Investor? [View article]
    Ted: Thank you for that. Again, I'm not terribly math proficient (or maybe I am) but it appears you are answering a question that is the reverse of what I was asking. (My wife does that a lot.) You are showing how much of a loss offsets a gain. I understand that. I want to know how much gain I need to offset a loss. I can't tell if your formula will tell me that. Are they inversely related? My brain is old and tired. If I plug Chowder's example figures into your final formula, it results in ~42.86%...again. Mathematical coincidence or generalization? RSR
    Jul 28, 2015. 10:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Much Kinder Morgan Is Too Much For A Dividend Growth Investor? [View article]
    Chowder, TxG57, et al: I'm not nearly as good at math as you all. Is it a good rule of thumb that you need to make back ~1.5 times the amount you lost to make up that loss? Given Chowder's example, that seems like a fair generalization. RSR
    Jul 28, 2015. 05:28 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Much Kinder Morgan Is Too Much For A Dividend Growth Investor? [View article]
    Mike -- Great thought provoking article, especially with all the comments and opinions. This is a really long comment stream, and the trading day is over, so I'm going to jump in here right now. I'm long KMI and I'm sure my position is much smaller than yours. Before the price drop it was a full position in my IRA; now it's about a .75. My average cost is still less than the current price. After reading many of the numerous KMI articles recently, I've also been pondering my position. Rather than selling any, I'm holding. What I'm also not going to do is add the 25% to my position that I had been seriously considering. If I were in your shoes, I like your option #2, or else do nothing. RSR
    Jul 28, 2015. 05:11 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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