you will spend half your dividend paying your accountant to file your tax return for an MLP in a retirement plan and the other half in frustration wondering why you didn't know the taxation was problem in a retirement account.
I think the time to buy is now, before the earnings are released. The company has already telegraphed that earnings will not disappoint, and I don't remember them doing that before. Does anyone else?
With all the negative press from the Princeton alums, some of which seems to have been retracted (off the Barrons sell list), I think earnings on Monday will be very positive and exceed analyst projections. Certainly Richard Kinder would love to bury the bears. My sense tells me that Tuesday is going to be a good day fueled by buyers and short covering.