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Technology Stocks : KMI- a fallen high dividend yielder - for how long?
KMI 17.71+0.8%11:50 AM EST

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To: E_K_S who wrote (52)6/29/2018 4:29:25 PM
From: robert b furman   of 207
Hi E_K_S,

I have some 200 at 35.00 and the rest were assigned from some $25.00 puts back when the dividend cut was made.

I doubled down to lower my cost average back when they announced the expected dividend increases through 2020.

I have also sold some 18 puts that if KMI stays below 18 - I'll get quite a few shares for a net of 15.83 .

Last month I had 3100 of KMI put premium expire and this next January I have some 15.00 puts that I think will expire to zero also - that 5,000 grand doesn't lower the cost basis, but it helps me metally stay positive on KMI.

if they keep to the expected dividend increses I'm ballparking I have an average cost of 21 ish.

It will have taken several years to evolce but I'll have a 5.7 % yield on my cost - not counting the put premium I collected.

Long term KMI is a great stock and zi expect their dividend growth the be strong as well.

I liked the sale of the pipeline to Canada, as proceeds were said to reduce debt.


They were doing the right things by becoming a C corp and I do not know who knew the Saudi's would pull such a massive flooding of oil in the market place - It caught most for a loop and KMI has done a good job of recovering imo.

It will be a long term buy and hold for me.

Have a great weekend - its hot here in Wisconsin!

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