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    MLP's good dividend returns

    MLPs offer a good way to add some regular dividend returns to your investments.

    Some will typically rise with oil prices as well, offering some appreciation of price as well as great returns.

    A few I've had over the last couple years-

    NGL Energy Partners, symbol NGL 12.68% dividend yield.

    Energy Transfer Partners, symbol ETP 11.8% dividend yield. About to merge with another entity, so this may cause a drop in price. We bought around $15.80 when Brent crude was about $50. a barrel and just sold out today at $24.

    Permian Basin Royalty Trust, symbol PBT, 6.92% dividend yield $9.14 current share price. Relatives had held this for about 5+ years and dividends are very consistent.

    These and REIT's offer a good way to get regular dividend income into your investments. Buy the MLP's when oil is down to get a better deal.
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    i don't know what an mlp is... hmm.. maybe a google search is called for!

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    google had 2 answers
    i guess it is a suggestion for MY LIttle Pony!!

    yep.. that would have been a good stock play... long term asset or some call options...

    well,
    i think ld is really recommending Master Limited Partnerships...

    i've been out of the loop too long... never heard of them till today...
    don't tell anyone but i've lost more than i made in the stock market..
    i'd bet on sure things. then watch them climb. i'd be a happy camper. and convinced it was a long range
    winner... then ride it down to ..... down. way down.
    i had trouble selling.

    but, here's my latest win...
    bought equity in JD770 several years ago... i got a return on my investment every year. then put a sell price on it 15 days ago with a broker.
    took a vacation.. came back to find it sold! tidy profit...
    so. brownie points for the first guy that gives a good description of this asset...

    and i'm now in the market for similar equity situation...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockriver View Post
    google had 2 answers
    i guess it is a suggestion for MY LIttle Pony!!

    yep.. that would have been a good stock play... long term asset or some call options...

    well,
    i think ld is really recommending Master Limited Partnerships...

    i've been out of the loop too long... never heard of them till today...
    don't tell anyone but i've lost more than i made in the stock market..
    i'd bet on sure things. then watch them climb. i'd be a happy camper. and convinced it was a long range
    winner... then ride it down to ..... down. way down.
    i had trouble selling.

    but, here's my latest win...
    bought equity in JD770 several years ago... i got a return on my investment every year. then put a sell price on it 15 days ago with a broker.
    took a vacation.. came back to find it sold! tidy profit...
    so. brownie points for the first guy that gives a good description of this asset...

    and i'm now in the market for similar equity situation...
    Maybe something like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjwAucpiC6Q
    That would be a great investment....
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    Last month's correction gave opportunity to add some MLPs a little cheaper than lately.

    CSI Compression ticker: CCLP was at a 52 week low just a few weeks ago of $4.37 It's yield is currently 16.23% and it topped over $5.70 yesterday. That $1. plus gain per share is a 20% increase in just a few weeks. As an example 100 shares bought at say $4.50 (hard to get the very bottom) just a few weeks ago would have netted you over $100. in just a few weeks. And/or keep for the distributions.

    Makes sense with the old cliche about "buying when their is blood in the streets." I must admit I was very nervous seeing a bunch of buy orders previously set at "cheap" prices go pretty quick during that time period. However most of them are up like crazy now.

    On the 14th there will be a $.1875 cents a share cash distribution for CCLP, so expect a drop around that time.

    And with all the talk of another interest rate hike in December, expect the REITs to fall in price again then also. Be cheap, set low priced buy orders and walk away. If they get picked up, they get picked up, if they don't they don't.

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