I looked. It's like finding a needle in a haystack, if the needle's even in the haystack. I guess you don't know either?
But since Sam seems to know something about the current company structure, I'll ask him, as I don't recall: I'd be interested in entering prior to it going "ex-dividend" or "ex-distribution" or whatever one would call it. I'm wondering whether one must own it in calendar year 2013 to qualify for what's sounding like a nice windfall for their labors this year. Thanks
Thx, haven't followed this for a few years. Do they still do the EOY special distribution? Back then it was like an 8-10% yielder. Yahoo says it is 3% annually, but their statistics might not take into account the subtleties or should I say complexities of this LP. I used to think that even management didn't understand all the ins and outs of this thing lol.....
A nice flush out. Generally ascended from the open after that first spike and pullback amid the churn. Better than I expected. Could be big gains but it will all be news-driven. Deal with the unions first, then the immanent refi. Also possible biz improvements as Welch said they got things under control in October - the sole bright spot in the report. A good trading vehicle if you have the stomach for it and don't get caught flat footed. Just thing of the huge money amde - and lost -off this thing in the last few weeks.
BK seems a year away if the last year's results are duplicated. I beleieve Welch is putting a handle on things. Other risks are IBT intransigence and resulting debt calls. Many reasons for that not to happen, and the re-fi's "ought" to get done. Tough times though, stock 30 to 7 today.
So therefore the union will not force a BK on the company and cut off a nose to spite a face.
Culminating in the Lasry sell-off on Friday. Congrats to the brave ones who bought into that. I garnered 12,000 shares Friday and took off table 8k of them today.