It would seem to me the fewer investors (sell off ) there are the larger the split would be for those who are still holding. The pot would be split less times therefore increasing the payout to those left. Also there is a gap down when this stock dropped and we all know that the gap will eventually fill. So what ever price you pay here you will get the upside that is needed to at least fill the gap. Right now looks like it would be around $2.50 in profits. This co. is going to keep on ticking and paying . I am a buyer at these levels.
This is one of the most idiotic things I have ever read here.
So you think the people who bought those units from the sellers will not be entitled to the distribution?
No wonder the majority of investors in the market lose their money when they are essentially clueless.
And P.S. We do not KNOW that the gap will automatically fill. Maybe it will, maybe it won't. Logically a limited trust like CHKR should drop with each distribution payment and so trend downwards over time.