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wareham2620 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 15, 2015 1:24 PM Member since: Jul 8, 2008
  • wareham2620 wareham2620 Apr 15, 2015 1:24 PM Flag

    Looking for other stocks to place some money on . Well do some homework on these .Also , look at their payout histories . ARLP 7.90% , NS 7% , T 5.30% , FUN 5.30% ,VZ 4.50% , KMI 4.30% and AROW 3.70% with a 2% stock split every year .

    KMI – which has a projected dividend of $2.00 in 2015, a 16 percent increase over the anticipated 2014 dividend of $1.72. We expect to grow the dividend by approximately 10 percent each year from 2015 through 2020 .

    Like I said, do your own homework.

    Well best of luck to you .

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    Someone here was.....

    by wareham2620 Apr 10, 2015 8:26 AM
    wareham2620 wareham2620 Apr 12, 2015 3:57 PM Flag

    I'm long term in my thinking too . That's why I only buy and hold dividend paying stocks . I stay well diversified and away from REIT's now . As I've lost some money on REIT's , NFI and SFI just to name two . However, SFI is now STAR and may be on it's way back , but still no dividend yet . Also , I'm still over 50% in the red with it . I also rode way down into the red with both MIC and FUN . But they both came back strong and I'm well in the green again .

    Banks dividends also looked like they were here to stay . So I was strong in BAC and C . But many years ago Obama and other lawyers sued C . The case was eventually settled out of court, with some class members receiving cash payments and Citibank agreeing to help ease the way for low- and moderate-income people to apply for mortgages. The other banks also gave out easier mortgages after that . Then it looks like Obama forced the banks to take large loans from the government . For giving out those loans once he became president . My point is , IMHO , never be overweighed in any one sector no matter how good they may look .They may be here today and gone tomorrow . Stay well diversified and some stocks may go down and other may go up . But over all I've been staying ahead of the game .

    Thanks on the GE . But I've also bought 144 shares of GE @ $13.08 ,I'm very happy with it . Sure I wish I had more , but happy just to have some . I also bought some BP not long after the oil spill , nice dividend but the price hasn't moved much . But I'll hold it and wait . KMI may be worth doing some homework on . Kinder Morgan has stated the company will increase the dividend by 16% this year and 10% each year until 2020 . I have KMI and they just completed one of the largest mergers in the US .

    Best of luck to you .

  • wareham2620 by wareham2620 Apr 10, 2015 8:26 AM Flag

    Looking for other stocks to place some money on . Well do some homework on these .Also , look at their payout histories . ARLP 7.90% , NS 7% , T 5.30% , FUN 5.30% ,VZ 4.50% , KMI 4.30% and AROW 3.70% with a 2% stock split every year .

    Best of luck to you .

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    Is this a good message board

    by sarge198502 Mar 18, 2015 5:25 PM
    wareham2620 wareham2620 Mar 19, 2015 2:43 PM Flag

    Not looking to good at this time .I guess everybody will be on KMI when it opens .

    I had KMP and now it's KMI after the Merger Transactions . KMI projects a dividend of $2.00 per share for 2015, a 16 percent increase over the 2014 KMI dividend budget of $1.72 per share. The company expects to grow the dividend by approximately 10 percent each year from 2015 through 2020 . Both KMP and KMI had a great dividend history .

    So I'm very happy too. However, always stay well diversified .Look at stocks like MIC , DUK , ARLP , AROW ,FUN . NS,T , VZ ,SPH and GE .Oh, I think IEP is looking good too . But it's down right now . Check out all of their dividend histories . Always do your own homework . I just buy them and hold them . I'm sure you'll find something you like in there .

    Well best of luck to you

  • North Carolina environmental officials said Tuesday that they are fining Duke Energy $25 million over pollution that has been seeping into groundwater for years from a pair of coal ash pits at a retired power plant.
    The state Department of Environment and Natural Resources called it the state's largest penalty for environmental damages. It issued the fine over ongoing contamination at the L.V. Sutton Electric Plant outside Wilmington. The site includes a pair of unlined dumps estimated to hold 2.6 million tons of ash.

    The state touted the fine as an important development to hold Duke accountable for years of pollution.

    "Today's enforcement action continues the aggressive approach this administration has taken on coal ash," said Donald R. van der Vaart, the department's secretary.

    But environmental groups said the fine doesn't force Duke to clean up the pollution — something they've been trying to get the $50 billion Charlotte-based company to do for years. Without that, groundwater near Flemington, a largely working-class community, will remain contaminated, said Kemp Burdette, executive director of the nonprofit Cape Fear River Watch.

    "A $25 million fine doesn't do anything to clean up the contamination caused by Duke's coal ash ponds," Burdette said.

    "They're not forcing Duke to start treating groundwater, or start doing something to clean up the contamination. What they need to be doing is forcing them to clean it up. If they want to fine them, fine. The important thing here is getting the groundwater cleaned up," he said.

    Charlotte-based Duke Energy has 30 days to appeal the fine.............................................

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    ex div date

    by monarchholdings Jan 22, 2015 8:02 AM
    wareham2620 wareham2620 Jan 28, 2015 10:06 AM Flag

    WHIPPANY, N.J., Jan. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Suburban Propane Partners, L.P. (NYSE: SPH), a nationwide distributor of propane, fuel oil and related products and services, as well as a marketer of natural gas and electricity, today announced that its Board of Supervisors declared a quarterly distribution of $0.8750 per Common Unit for the three months ended December 27, 2014. This quarterly distribution rate equates to an annualized rate of $3.50 per Common Unit. The distribution is payable on February 10, 2015 to Common Unitholders of record as of February 3, 2015.