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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 (78)12/5/2019 2:52:27 PM
From: robert b furman  Respond to of 262
Hi E_K_S,

A lot of pipes are getting connected and will be this year - mostly in Permian to Houston/Corpus and export - that's a lot.

Exporting will grow pipe usage (lowest rate to safely move oil to ship channel for petrochemicals) and export.

Good steady growing revenue. Infrastructure should accelerate all growth.

I'm too much in KMI, but they have done the dividend pledge they committed to 3 years ago.

I don't argue with a good yield. Especially if free cash flow is strong while company reduces debt.

I've always liked that Kinder had a huge position and is buying more.

Electrical generation in Houston is almost all gas. Pollution years ago required it.

Exporting out of texas for crude, liquids, and gas must be huge and growing.

Steady slowing growth and a good dividend yield with stability.

I've owned KMI before they cut the dividend.

I've averaged down and love the dividend income growth - which will slow down after the $1.25 bump in 2020

Sure took a hard bounce off the lower Keltner: