+ Watch KYE
on My Watchlist
Closed-end investment company
This will probably do well, but I don't know about putting it in the real portfolio.
Stock at low end should increase. Good yield 7.7%.
tracking energy prices
Result of quantitative screen, version B.
This is a well run fund of MLPs...pays a nice 9%+ dividend....total fees are a bit high and right now (10/08/2009) is trading at a premium. Waiting for the premium to disappear might be worth your time...should have a total return in the low double digits and if nat gas ever gets out of its funk will do even better.
Energy Infrastructure Play steadily on the rise!!
Put 500 in the roth like me and your good.
good company with solid ballance sheet
As money exits bonds in 2009 it will flow into these investments. That has been the market flow cycle for the past market sell-offs. I expect 30% or better return over the next 12 months.
More than half in unfairly beat up pipeline MLPs like KMP. This is a no-brainer for LTBHers looking for energy exposure.
Energy. 15% div yield = Buy
Did a screen for small caps with five stars, minimum 50 active CAPS picks, maximum 3 Wall Street picks, maximum 20% institutional ownership, maximum 15 P/E, and minimum 5% div yield.
broke out at 28
-8 under NAV, 1.84% for fees, with 6.66% (an Omen?) dividend (.45), and I project a decent rate of growth based on energy consumption in the US and Canada.
This stock was picked to outperform from May 2007 to May 2008 by TMFDaddyO
So i noticed this little baby on my stock of the day and after some looking I figured I'd go ahead and say yes but I'd be watching this one carefully. I smell potential...maybe?First off what is it? Well straight from google finance "Kayne Anderson Energy Total Return Fund, Inc. (the Fund) is a non-diversified, closed-end investment company. The Fund's investment objective is to obtain a high total return with an emphasis on current income by investing primarily in securities of companies engaged in the energy industry. Its investments include master limited partnerships and limited liability companies taxed as partnerships (MLPs), MLP affiliates, United States and Canadian royalty trusts and income trusts (collectively, royalty trusts), marine transportation companies, and other companies that derive at least 50% of their revenues from operating assets used in, or providing energy-related services for, the exploration, development, production, gathering, transportation, processing, storing, refining, distribution, mining or marketing of natural gas, natural gas liquids (including propane), crude oil, refined petroleum products or coal. Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, L.P. is the investment advisor of the Fund."The P/E is around 8, which is nice compared to the industries average of nearly 22. Its price to sales is 17 to 58 roghly speaking too, this doesn't mean much when the company is receiving a postive earnings but looking at its growth it is much smaller but KYE has better return on assets than the industries average AND revenues in comparison to its peers. There has been some 'insider trading', selling, going on but nothing viscious. I think these are one of the stocks that you can easilly buy at lows..KYE seems to fluctuate quiet a bit so it maybe a rocky road for anyone attempting it...unless you always buy at its daily lows etc. I would have liked to have caught it around 20.00 to 23.00 but I'm bold enough to swing at this one blindly. A caveate, I'm a caveman...and while I intend to purchase this I'm not sure if anyone else should :P
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