i think if that's how you feel, invest elsewhere... I invest in Coca Cola because the dividend is paid on time and grows consistently. The company is known globally and is the largest beverage company ever. It also has the potential to grow and expand. That's just me...
I more or less agree. Management should never of let Pepsi get so far ahead. KO still has potential to grow, the company just isn't flexing its muscle like it should.
oh no... Dow down 500... the world is ending!!! sell everything!! No people, this is temporary.. it will be ok.
strong sell? Are you high? this will blow over in a few days and then its back to strong buy again...
the way I understand it, your going to get hit with taxes whether you sell or hold KMP. I for one sold KMP and bought KMI. That way I'm getting more shares instead of letting it ride out...
Yes, call investor relations and maybe get through. Don't take the short cut and ask on posts. Get a life bro..
Call me what you will, but I don't care what Wal-Mart does as long as they make this stock price jump..
The payout ratio is 100%. But wait, before you shut Kinder out of your portfolio, just know that they have increased their income and payouts for a while now. This company has ridiculously good management and is growing. Capital gains and payouts have been going up for years and should continue to do so for the foreseeable future. I for one have held Kinder for years and if your looking for a good income investment, you need look no further. KMP, KMI, KMR are all good plays.
KMI might have a slightly lower ratio, but im not sure. KMP is the place to be, at least for me...lol
Good luck to ya !!!!
franchises are unhappy, customers are board and people in general view McDonalds as cheap junk food. I love MCD as a company and it will come back, but for now the bottom on the stock price is not yet met. im seeing fair value on this one in the high to mid-$80's. In which case, I'll be all over it like white on rice. !!
the coverage ratio is ridiculously high, I'll give you that. However, as long as Kinder continues to grow, which it will due to the outstanding management in combination with the oil and gas boom in N. America, I struggle seeing this puppy staying under the low $90s. Every good company eventually breaks new highs.