Mystery to me too. Took it as an opportunity to increase my holding 50%. I've really enjoyed this equity over the last couple of years. Paid dividends (although temporarily reduced post '08) since inception.
Prospective investors in Capital Product Partners should note that although the MLP and its general partner are headquartered in Greece, they have no exposure to the nation's fiscal and political challenges. The partnership's vessels don't operate under Greek flags, and the company is incorporated in the Marshal Islands.
The day-rates for tankers are paid in US dollars, not euros. Like most Greek companies, Capital Product Partners has likely reduced its exposure to Greek financial institutions.
In short, even if Greece were to exit the currency union, Capital Product Partners would be no worse for the wear.
"Net income per share is a useless metric for a company like Kinder Morgan. For example, in Q1 2015 the company reported net income of $469 million or $0.22 per share. However, when calculating distributable or free cash flow, non-cash items such as depreciation, depletion and amortization are added back in. For the quarter KMI's DCF was $1.24 billion, handily covering the $971 in dividends paid at $0.48 per share." Hope you don't mind some facts. Above from Seek Alpha article today.