VNR's down twice as much as the other midcap MLP's today, which doesn't make a lot of sense, unless someone needed to bail out big time. Now yielding over 10%.
may be heading back to the 17-18 range? if so, load 'em up and store them for super nice income.
It is down more because it is an E&P MLP with 100% of earnings commodity dependent versus pipelines which are akin to a utility.