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I agree. while the yields are no longer any great shakes, there isn't much that pays comparable yields that offers any degree of relative safety.A lot of really crappy MLP's are now yielding in the single digits. A few distribution suspenders are being priced to yield not much more than single digits when they resume.There's always going to be hot money trying to lock in the short term gain. But there's a much more significant representation of buy and holders here. You buy the 6.8% yield now--regardless of what the unit price does, you are going to get 6.8% and a good shot at that yield increasing in future years.
trust Dan and company, they haven't let you down yet, see what kind of return you have in 10 years, with nat gas gaining support. imo.