Its important to note that the dividend yield is calculated ex post. The last dividend was declared at around 18 per share, at which point the yield was 14%. Doubtfull they will declare a dividend equal to 18%/4 of the current price.
"Doubtfull they will declare a dividend equal to 18%/4 of the current price."
And with this statement you exhibit complete ignorance of what a trust is.
The distribution (not dividend) will be the full amount of the distributable cash flow for the quarter whatever the unit price is. If it were 50% of the unit price it would make no difference. They cannot hold back some amount because the payout is too high.
How come the majority of investors in these trusts have no idea how they work?