I think you r brain is 3 to 1 gone. Your just a troll on a board without a clue saying #$%$ that makes no sense.
MLPL has gained 29.50 % year over year since it's inception sounds like a great buy and hold ETN to me
not to mention if you bought at that time your dividend yield today on that BUY AND HOLD ETN investment would be paying over 22%. Gee moron I guess that's a lousy buy and hold strategy enough said your just and ignorant troll on a board without a clue.
Your another moron on this board what time frame you idiot I can pick a time frame and prove just the opposite I addressed your stupid statement about asset decay, I mentioned there are no stocks in MLPL as it's an exchange traded note and it is leveraged 2 to 1 to the Alerian Infrastructure Index. MLPL opened in JULY 2010 it opened at 25.08 it is now at 70.80 NOT COUNTING THE DIVIDENDS IT HAS PAID that is a 29.50% gain per year since it s 4 year inception date. If you used the dividends to buy more shares it would obviously be a lot greater than that..
Are you people brain dead or you just can't reason or read English, arbtrdr your statement is bizarre
no #$%$ MLPL started in July 2010, did I say more than 4 YEARS NO I did not moron read again I said the last 4 years what does 2008 or 2009 have to do with it. Did I say the last 6 years ??????? You brain dead moron. In 2008 and 2009 NONE OF THE MLP"S in the index of MLPL lowered thier distributions in fact some of them raised thier distributions.
Are you brain dead or just that stupid ? MLPL produces income in a down or up market numb nuts in 2008 and 2009 MLP's did not lower thier distributions especially the infrastructure MLP's which is exactly what this index is made of including EPD as it's largest holding. Why would you sell if the price goes way down I would buy more and dollar cost average in at a lower price and when it goes back up I would make a killing. Like I said before I need income from dividends and I want capital appreciation. I REPEAT I DON'T NEED THE CAPITAL FOR ANY FUTURE NEEDS!!! So I have no risk
What an idiot you are, I wish I worked for the investment bank with the fat salaies they get. I am letting people know about MLPL because it has performed a whole lot better than EPD has and you are wrong about ETN's they do not endure asset decay like ETF's because there are no stocks in it. It just mirrors the index by 2 as a NOTE like a bond get it ETN , N stands for note !!! ETF's trade a basket of stocks and yes they do have asset decay. Get your facts straight before spewing from your mouth.
but MLPL is over 20 cents ? I think the market makers on this security are crooks.
is the Alerian Infrastructure index by 2 times. This benefits retirees because thier distributions can easily keep up with inflation and they will receive 9% distributions.
It really depends on how you define risk as a retiree needs income not capital appreciation.
If you are looking for a high yield and you don't need your capital for any future needs then where is the bigger risk of missing out on a much better lifestyle. I can do a lot more with my dividends at 9% then I could at 3.8%
I choose MLPL an ETN that matches the Alerian Infrastructure Index by 2. This gives me diversification a better yield and capital appreciation not to mention the dividends have been increasing at a 16% clip
Actually MLPL has had cappital appreciation over 28.5% per year for the last 4 years since it's inception in July of 2010. The dividends have been increasing on top of that at a 15% clip year over year also, nothing better in the market than that hands down!!!
payouts. The answer is MLPL which mimicks the Alerian infrastructure index by 2. The current yield is almost 9% and the capital appreciation has been almost 25% on top of the payouts. EPD is the largest holding in this index with about a 10% stake,followed by KMP and PAA. Check it out over the last 4 years you would of made a lot more money than just owning EPD.
Since April we are up over 20% as they reset the leverage every month they are required to add more exposure to keep the index at 2 times leverage this should make the July dividend a whopper!!!!
Seems like they manipulate theese indexs to much and thier is something illegal about this contacting the SEC
Thanks I am getting more income in the earlier years than I would of if I just had MLPL instead of 9%
I am getting 13.8% now and the amount I receive should easily keep up with inflation over time. The only place I know where you can get almost 14% and get growth in dividends and capital appreciation.
how about 2013 tax year can anybody elaborate on thier taxes. I am aware that non-currency based ETN's are taxed differently than currency based etn's. ETN's are notes and pay interest like a bond
I believe the interest paid on MORL matches the Distributions that are paid in the underlying index by 2, but it is still considered interest for tax purposes I believe? Does anybody else no something
different than what I have stated ?
please elaborate as to how your taxes were effected. I know everybody's tax situation is different. Did you have to pay tax on the entire amount of distributions recieved or was some of that a return of principal ?