Reading what you opined about respecting your "1 minute" research of BBEP is so telling. I won't bother with a response beyond that which I wrote, other than to say you're not too savvy in the trading arena. I guess you watch Cramer a lot. lol
"......well I might suggest you buy a stock with a dividend so that you can by that coffee and doughnut."
Nothing wrong with coffee. However, doughnuts are bad for your health. With respect to buying a stock with a divvy, I'm well positioned with BBEP (10.07% quarterly). As far as SD is concerned, I've probably been day trading this baby long before you learned that your schwanz had a purpose beyond taking a whiz.
You're obviously a braggadocio. You obviously have few friends.
"Is this a pullback to get out the weak?"
No, it's a pullback to weed out people who can't type the correct stock symbol.......
"you must be a liberal democrat to believe that 1) regulations, permits, disclosures, monitoring doesn't negatively impact profits."
For the record, I'm an independent. Having said that, it's none of your business what my political persuasion is.
Here's an excerpt of a piece via Reuters:
"Oil companies will not be allowed to frack or acidize in California unless they test the groundwater, notify neighbors and list each and every chemical on the Internet," Pavely said. "This is a first step toward greater transparency, accountability and protection of the public and the environment."
I won't be as verbose as you about this. From my perspective, it's not just about investing in a stock and making good profits. I'm also concerned about the environment. I wonder what your position would be if they weren't drilling on the property where you, your wife and kids lived, but were drilling on the property belonging to your next door neighbor. Nah, you wouldn't be concerned about the chemicals being used during fracking, would you??
What's not to understand? You make it sound as if gebertx's post is as clear as mud. His post is crystal clear to me.
And why do you feel the bill would hurt BBEP et al.? It's all about regulations. Is there a problem with regulations (i.e., in the area of permits, disclosures, or monitoring)?
Doesn't seem to be having an adverse effect on the SP today.
Not disagreeing with you about LINN. However, this stock stalled because of concerns of an offering.
As per James Jackson:
"James Jackson, chief financial officer at energy MLP BreitBurn Energy Partners (BBEP), a California-based oil-and-gas exploration MLP, tells CFO Journal in an article here that he is considering perpetual preferred shares as an alternative source of financing for his company."