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  • mobettafred mobettafred Aug 16, 2012 9:47 AM Flag

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    If I remember correctly this stock ipo was 19. with the distribution at 1.90 but they prorated the distribution for a small amount because of the date of the ipo. The price started falling. We were able to get shares for about 12 when it fell further which is a bargain. It is difficult to get in on a stock so cheaply that is this profitable. I have a lot of shares and will buy a lot more if it gets as cheap as it was or will probably buy more anyway if it stays this cheap. My shares average between 19 and 12 so am doing well. Good luck with your decision.

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    • As lre becomes more well known, it is doubtful that it will ever fall to previous levels. 17 is very cheap with 1.90 distribution in oil & gas which is what you originally asked. Sorry to get lost in my reply. The distribution looks very secure.
      5) LRR Energy, L.P. (LRE)
      Sector: Basic Materials
      Industry: Independent Oil & Gas
      Market Cap: $374.69M
      Beta: -

      LRR Energy, L.P. has a Dividend Yield of 11.38%, Payout Ratio of 27.14%, Analysts' Rating of 2.30, Operating Profit Margin of 33.89%, and Earnings Per Share Growth Rate of 113.92%. The short interest was 1.86% as of 08/15/2012. LRR Energy, L.P., through its subsidiary, LRE Operating, LLC, engages in the acquisition, exploitation, development, and operation of oil and natural gas properties in North America. The company holds interests in various properties located in the Permian Basin region in west Texas and southeast New Mexico; the Mid-Continent region in Oklahoma and east Texas; and the Gulf Coast region in Texas.