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Technology Stocks : KMI- a fallen high dividend yielder - for how long? -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: GwenJohn who wrote (24)12/22/2016 2:06:47 PM
From: robert b furman  Respond to of 160
HI Gwen,

Excellent post and Thank You for the post.

I took my lumps on the Warrants today, as time is running out and the tax loss selling is depressing the price - should have done it month's ago.

Lack of thinking it through.

I'm actually impressed with KMI's recovery.

No doubt in my mind that the next administration will encourage big investments in energy with little sandbagging.

KMI reapplying the cash flow in this friendly reinvestment time period will yield big and consistent dividends well into the future.

This is a buy and hold long term stock for me. Always was and always will be.

I'm thinking 2018 will reward us with a better and bigger dividend and in between management needs to make money and cash flow for reinvestment in the best most profitable opportunities.


To: GwenJohn who wrote (24)12/23/2016 7:00:45 AM
From: alanrs  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 160
Nice to see a new poster not generating the spam limit, first thing out of the gate. Welcome.

Having no idea where the stock is going (referencing the 70-20-10 rule, whereby 10 is company specific) KMI seems a safe bet as an income producer and capital protector, for reasons you and others have pointed out. Not very exciting but sometimes the options premiums are worth looking at.