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

To: E_K_S who wrote (54)10/26/2018 10:28:04 AM
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Did another Sell (9/5/2018) of KMI @ $17.62/share and bought back 50% of those this AM @ $16.25/share. Getting my avg cost down after their conversion from MLP to C corp.

Avg cost of total position after this Buy is $17.02/share. Have the final Buy GTC set at $15.34/share which may/could hit after xdiv date of 10/30.

On my last Buy, I get the $0.20/share div and stock yields 5%. Would like to get the other shares at/below $16.00/share after the xdate.

Good Investing

FWIW looking at value Buys w/ companies that pay a 5% div and can cover their dividend w/ modest revenue growth. Will buy 4% payers but must have better growth prospects (CY is on my candidate Buy) and in a sector that has already corrected back to their SMA(200) weekly. $SOX and XLE have seen this correction back to their SMA(200) weekly so time to be shopping for values in these sectors.