|Some possible reasons:|
1. If somebody were interested in dividends -- high dividend yielders -- and they were scanning for that, it's not likely the data providers would show anything now other than $1.72 annualized, imo.
2. When the second "dividend" shows up, that will bring the yield very good for dividend seekers. Except that the people seeing that that is new, and so they would have to consider whether it's sustainable over many quarters.
3. People look and they will see: It's not a "dividend" they're getting, but a distribution. Along with a K-1. They have to ask themselves, do they really want to be involved in a limited partnership (MLP) and the tax implications that entails?