By Albert Alfonso : With Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (NYSE: KMP ), (NYSE: KMR ) soon to be bought out by its General Partner Kinder Morgan Inc (NYSE: KMI ), Q3 2014 may be its last full quarter as a separate
estimates of $98.50 for KMP and $99.40 for KMR . These fair value estimates reflect the terms ..... 40 fair value for KMI, and shareholders of KMR would receive 2.4849 shares of KMI for each share of KMR , equating to $99.40 at our $40 fair value
By George Thoreson : The oil and gas industry relies on midstream companies with the infrastructure to transport large volumes of products. Houston-based Kinder Morgan Inc. (NYSE: KMI ) and its subsidiaries make up the largest midstream infrastructure company in North America with approximately ...
I'm looking for opinions on adding to present position in KMR which will become KMI when the merger is complete or buying KMI now. Is there any advantage to either of these? I appreciate all reponses......Thanks, Dave Allison
The proposed merger between Kinder Morgan Inc., Kinder Morgan Partners (NYSE: KMP ), Kinder Morgan Management (NYSE: KMR ) and El Paso Pipeline Partners (NYSE: EPB ) has put a hard floor under the price of these equities while other pipeline partnerships
MLP ETF? I am looking to buy and hold and don't really care to file a K1. I owned EPB and continue to still own it until the KMI / KMR deal is done so it will turn to a C-Corp. I like the looks of AMLP but a ER of 8%? is that a typo?
Any thoughts on adding to today?
By The Part-time Investor : I have been a dedicated Dividend Growth Investor (DGI) for about two years now. Even though I have already set up a fairly large DGI portfolio, I am still reading and learning about it, and constantly looking for ways to improve my investing. My KISS portfolio has ...
an attractive entry point for investors, particularly for those searching for tax efficient yield in a C-corp structure. The other Kinder properties are slightly higher: KMP +0.4% , KMR +0.7% , EPB +0.2% . Post your comment!
purchased Kinder Morgan Management (NYSE: KMR ) on 9/11/2014 for $93.36. That transaction added 69 shares of KMR to the portfolio. I also added 1 share ..... for them. Portfolio #1 is overweight KMR . Portfolio #2 also consists of 10 stocks