I've been here along time and intend to be here longer. I have always thought KMP was one of the stocks when I die I would still own. After reading this article, most of which I already knew, I was motivated to sell another stock and up my position in KMP. Their distributions will be here a long time. One of the things that struck me was Kinder's ownership and his reinvesting. All I could think of was the amount of distributions he is getting every qtr. Think he is on the DRIP ?
I only buy MLPs with history of distribution growth. The distribution is what keeps the party going. The best MLPs are the one who can generate internal (organic) growth projects and KMP fits all of the above.