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Non-Tech : UAN - The variable distribution MLP that could go a long way
UAN 75.78-0.3%10:34 AM EDT

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To: Area51 who wrote (797)12/22/2023 12:13:43 AM
From: Elroy  Read Replies (1) of 811
 
I've asked my brokerage what will happen if I remove an MLP from a Roth to a regular account. They say the cost basis of the MLP in the regular account will be the value on withdrawal date, and that the withdrawal itself will not be a taxable event. So I'm going to try to do that next year when I turn 59 1/2.

I don't own any UAN in regular accounts, but will own some when I do this transfer out of my Roth. Lately there has been deal action (Koch bought some OCI fertilizer factories that are similar in propductin volume to to UAN's plants, and the comparitive value implies UAN is worth something like $295 per unit. It doesn't make much sense, but that's what the math says.

I think UAN will pay $10-$15 over the next three distributions, and visibility beyond that is nil. Depends on where fertilizer sales price per ton goes, and so far it seems to not be going up despite heading into the high useage season....
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