I have read about UBIT limitations regarding partnerships in IRAs. However it one thinks about this carefully, any company would possibly have UBIT, such as companies that provide dividends not only companies chartered as partnerships. I don't know the differences as I am not a CPA.
I know. It is not a likely scenario. However, KWK only has 20% voting rights, so they could not necessarily block. Besides, they might want the cash. If they are not happy, I am sure another lawsuit would ensue.
Going long in the $5-6 range is a good entry.But it depends if your here for the DIV or Cap gain.Some here are saying the Divy is gone for the year I personally don't think so...But you have to know it could be possible.I don't see how management would want to screw over Unitholders more then a qtr or two.