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  • businessguru75 businessguru75 Oct 2, 2012 3:17 PM Flag

    $70 ye '13

    you're assuming the distribution isn't going to grow, which we know it will, and apparantly at a greater pace than what we thought. 70 is a bit aggressive, but depending on cash flow, it's possible. If the DIV tax rate increases, MLPS are only going to be more desirable. close to 5% with usually no tax (before unit sales) is a lot better than 8% with a 40% tax hit.

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    • no I'm asuming that the distribution will grow by 10 cents a year (1 cent Q compounded)

      But I don't see that as any great stimulus to the unit price

      EPD will always be an MLP and will trade as such

      IF the unit price causes the yied to dip below 4.5% there will be no interest in taking the associated risk and there is risk

      Not saying that EPD is bad or anything but it is fully valued

    • Funds might go over to stock with great potential growth and a larger dist. i.e. my question in "question" comment. I check the funds and they are all invested in EPD but they are also growing their cash in LINE I want serious replys/comments.

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