Yes it would it will build a little base here in the 41 to 44 and probably will break out in the fall to close to 60. I am in big time since 2007 IPO and I have no intention of selling. I feel the div will more than compensate, returning a Div of at least 15% for my investment. Hold forever
IMO a pull back here would be extremely beneficial. Now before jumping all over me the rest of my opinion. I was thinking last year of selling at $50 or higher. Now it is to put this away and forget about it and just let the money pour in every quarter. Right now I am looking at about 9% on my money and that would be hard to replace
Don't know if this helps 1000 shares @ 7.5519 per share pre spin off became 166 shares @ 45,3115 and 200 shares csal @ 28.57. Plus help of good math person hopefully can calculate your cost basis if your broker doesn't do it for you. Also when you sell your 1099 should give you the cost basis
The Supplemental Disclosures can be found on the SEC’s website at the following URL: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1333248/000119312514089434/d689819dsc14d9a.htm
I hold it in a regular acct, the only problem I have is the K1. If BX would provide it as a Tax exchange file it could be read and entered into the K1 in Turbo Tax eliminating the need to manually enter it into the program. I ask BX if they would provide the K1 as a Tax exchange file and they said not at this time. If enough people asked for it they might provide it in the future.