Your on the right path, the recent purchases of oil bearing properties is requiring a higher number of units than is reasonable, and therefore we should expect a reduction in the distribution amount as we proceed, this is a high risk investment, and extreme caution should be used in any purchase prices over $11.00 per share, it is widely thought by analyst the distribution amount of $1.95 will be trimmed to approx. $1.00 a unit.
I believe thats the question the guy is asking,you can still be you ,but answer the question.Can you have a 20% distribution with the unit price at say 11? thas what a lot of newbees wana know.my self included.
I doubt that they'll decline. We should be helped by the fact that recent Jay field acquisition is expected to be immediately accretive, starting in the 1Q. So, since QRE was able to afford the current distribution now, it should have no trouble at least paying the same next quarter.