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.
sell activity (except a few) on the buy / sell thread. Looks like most people are hanging on to their PIMCO funds, MLP ( KYN , KMF) etc. I am down close to 3% in the past 10 days. YTD up around 8 to 9 %. Not sure, if this an opportunity to add
MLPs, individual as well as CEFs ( 14% of total portfolio): APU (individual), KMI (general partner), KED, NTG, KYN , KMF, KYE, PAGP (initiated this position) (other recent changes in this category -- none) Multi-Sector Bonds ( 9
Is now a good time to add ?
I own KMF and KYN
do every year. Just by doing some adhoc searching I found these funds have increased there dividend distribution every year: H&Q Life Sciences Investors ( HQL ) Tekla Healthcare Investors Comm ( HQH ) Kayne Anderson MLP Investment C ( KYN )
on JMLP, your purchase from a few days ago: Can you elaborate on your evaluation of this MLP CEF vs. others? I already own KYN , liked how it held up during the recent swoon. I was thinking JMLP would be a good complement, in terms of small/mid MLPs