The VLP DCF/unit growth is fantastic. The VLP distribution coverage ratio is fantastic. It is metrics like this that explain the atypically low yield - and the lack of unit price depreciation.
Valero Energy Partners LP metrics
|Total DCF dollars||52.861||41.880||40.051||27.452||22.606||21.131||15.650||13.565||2.581|
|GP's DCF dollars||2.248||1.612||1.357||0.852||0.381||0.351||0.244||0.210||0.041|
|Net DCF dollars||50.613||40.268||38.694||26.600||22.225||20.780||15.406||13.775||2.540|
|The Broker1 DCF calculation subtracted funds from undistributed cash flow as belonging to the GP - AND - Broker1 did not include subordinated units in its unit count|
The analyst numbers from Broker1 are evidence that you are not well served delegating the task of doing the numbers - or getting your numbers from a single source. You are (OTCQB:ALSO) not well served by the obfuscation of many MLP earnings releases - which makes it relatively difficult to calculate your own numbers.
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