your such a dumbo .... sure glad I keep you blocked, what's matter did you get short squeezed out of LNG ?
acually if you estimate kmi around 45 after it all settles, that makes kmr 112.00.
Thats why it went over 100 briefly. Once the selling gets done kmr will get back over 100.
seem to agree, I have been estimating 45ish once things settle out with future price appreciation as long as the divy projections and coverage ratios are met, bring the yield down to 3+%.
Note that I said IF one wants to be in KMI, do it through KMR, but by all means one still has to enter at the right price.
Have patience and when its done going down ... BTFD
""I will owe about $17 per share in taxes (typical of most unitholders). So my net is about $78.47!! ""
and pray tell how much ordinary income have you already received that you have never paid any taxes
stop whining, everybody is making $$$, if your upset about paying taxes that you were hoping to never pay, even though YOU KNEW they were merely deferred then turn your attention to the taxman. Thats the real problem.
the market is waiting for me to build a full long position, but I'm waiting for the price to drop more before I add anymore ...
actually if you look at how much ordinary income they received they made plenty of money on kinder.
They just don't want to pay up on the deferred taxes. I presume some of them already spent it.
But I do agree, if the whiners would spend the time researching and understanding their investments this wouldn't have been such a big issue for them with the ioption of investing some in KMR istead of KMP.
I wish the people that gave thumbs down to this post would pipe up and say why...
If one wants to be in KMI, KMR seems to be the right way to enter. After the initial big jump I actually swapped all my KMI into KMR. One thing that you missed is that the KMR dividend is not a taxable event, while the KMI dividend is a qualified dividend. So another plus for entering KMI via KMR albeit a small diff.
sounds like your the troll your misleading people when they should be focused on what to do with their investment going forward instead of wasting their time and effort for something that can't succeed.
lol silly me of course ... I got trolled by psi ... repeating the same thing over and over again like a parrot without a real rhyme or reason for it to be true.
"So assuming they actually do increase their dividend, by 2020 two shares of KMI will be paying just a bit less (in non-inflation-adjusted dollars) than a unit of KMP is paying today. Gee, and all you have to do is sit on KMI for 5+ years."
wrong comparison. If the div increases come, and the market is confident of the future growth the share price will icrease accordingly. Start comparing to Big Oil with qualified dividends, and their typical stock behavior.
This is the old growth versus income investment strategy decision, ie capital gains versus dividends,.
I put my $$ on Kinder cause this is gonna be one monstorous domestic energy infrastructure and transpotation play.If there weren't other major players like energy transfer and enterprise products and FERC reguation already in place to protect the consumer kinder will be so large that it would have problems with the FTC for monopoly concerns.
why the thumbs down? what I stated is a fact, depending on the investor the UBTI recapture could be significant. One might save on taxes even in an IRA if one moves from KMP to KMR now before the deal completes.
guess people would rather hide with their heads in the sand.
KMI is NOT a partnership, and it never was. Its a C corp and General Partner and there are NO K1s for KMI. I guess you really don't have an investment in KMI and your just pontifacating.
they may go into LNCO as well, some of the KMP holders may have learned the ramifications of an mlp the hard way. ie MLPS are not guaranteed income annuities. actually even thats not safe cause annuities can also fail with bankruptcy can't they ?