COP isn't going to make anyone wealthy in the short term, it's a long term play. Don't expect too much from COP over the next six months, but the near 5% dividend will cushion your investment. Forbes has a price target of $79 (spinoff of both COP/PSX included in this estimate) for 2012. Here is a link to Forbes analysis:
Stefano, you ask, "5% dividend ???? Do you have a basic of math?"
Yes, there is a basis in math for the 5% figure and it's quite simple. COP has promised to keep it's dividend at $2.64 per annum, after the spinoff. COP shares will drop in pps from the current $70 to about $52 after the spinoff and all the assets to PSX.
Hey, when all is said and done, the new pps will be around $52 and the new/unchanged divvy will be $2.64. And that is a divvy rate of about 5%.
Now you may say to yourself, yeah, but my PSX shares are only paying about 2.4% divvies. If you're not satisfied with PSX's 2.4% divvy, sell PSX and buy COP with the proceeds.
Furthermore, the COP divvies will be qualified dividends and receive a low capital gains tax break. Stefano, maybe your math basics, tax knowledge, and common sense are lacking.