August 27, 2013

SPY 1640.00

(December 2014 OK to buy)

(VNR was SOLD)

(Update:  Click Here for Update.)  This Thursday, VNR a master limited partnership goes ex-dividend.  This thing is looking terrific and you should buy, if you dont already own or add to the position in your taxable account once it pulls back.  It is paying almost 9%.  Price today is $27.87 and I would try to buy between $27 and $27.40  Most MLPs are valued too high right now, but VNR is a steady eddy and is not overvalued.

GGN our gold holding is also a buy.  It looks like GGN will continue upward into 2014.

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  1. […] In September we sold VNR at a profit.  It has collapsed and I am watching to buy, probably within th… […]

  2. […] 2, 2014.  Go to “Core Portfolio” for current holdings.  We have had a good run with VNR.  Nice dividends and good appreciation.  But this thing is tanking and you need to get rid of […]

  3. […] VNR Goes ex-dividend Oct 30.  VNR typically drops after the ex dividend date which provides you a better entry price.  VNR is an MLP that has been acting very well. […]

  4. […] suggest buying nothing for the next week.  But do watch VNR my favorite MLP.  It appears VNR will continue declining following the ex-dividend date and you should be able to […]

  5. […] a final note, VNR is dropping to a very nice price.  Buy some if you don’t already own it, or you can add to […]

  6. […] (September Update)  Vanguard Natural Resources LLC (VNR) is a master limited partnership (MLP) that is a great addition to a taxable account. […]

  7. Just picked up VNR and PSEC on Tuesday, and will begin researching GGN as another potential investment to further diversification.

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