yielding around 7% selling with a discount, or would I be better off looking at a CEF in another sector? Considering NML, JMF, NTG and CTR. I'd like to add KYN but it's at a pretty steep premium. Counsel and recommendation? Thanks, Hodey
yesterday). A lot of funds did not follow the market up it appears, and it seems like a good entry point in some funds depending on belief in future NAV performance. Yesterday I picked up UTG, BCX and KYN . Did any of you guys trade on the FOMC?
As per news release yesterday NAV will be updated daily..
and DLNG . I’ll also try to add to some of my positions in my favorite MLPs ( ETP, EPD, OKS ) and MLP Closed End Funds ( KYN , MIE ). I’ll also look to add to KMI . Finally, I’ll keep a close watch for opportunities in the REIT sector. Would
net/media_files/IROL/18/183599/012915- kyn -kye-kmf-ked-taxcharacter.pdf 2014 Tax Characterization of Distributions KYN Common Shares KYN Series E MRPS Shares KYN Series F MRPS Shares KYN Series
KYN Common Shares KYE Common Shares KMF Common Shares KED Common Shares Ordinary dividends - 66% 49% - Qualified dividends 90% 33
Those watching CEF Connect believe that KED is trading at a -$15.38 discount whereas the reality, by my estimate (using KYN for comparative purposes), is that KED traded on Friday at a about a premium of the same amount, that is a 15% premium
Thinking about getting in. Any opinions ?
portfolio STUFF out of the dining room!" so before I put it away: Muni: PML, NEV*, VKI Pref: HPS*, JPS*, FPF Other: KYN , PCM, PDI, PFL, PFN, PCI, PCN, PKO, DSL, DMO, BGH *positions with heavy tax handcuffs -- not recent purchases. Regards
expense ratio (i see it as .85%) due to the way it handles taxes. Does anyone prefer AMLP over a CEF fund like KYN ? I understand KYN is more volatile due to leverage and it has a higher ER.