+ Watch MVO
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Expl/dev/prod/gatrng/aggtn/sale of oil&natural gas
underpriced 13% div.
Great dividend yield and oil/gas will continue to rise,
Sold half of MVO shares. Gain (-26.1%) from 2010 purchases, Yield 11.8%. Dividend decreased 2012 and 2013. MVO beat S&P 500 from March 2010 to present by 9.9%. MVO will be replaced by adding to LNCO, SDRL, BP and OHI shares currently owned.
This 12% yield is a bargian at 33
No matter what the future of oil is, it is going to be the primary fuel for another 50 years. And it moves in pipelines, no matter the price.
price target: 700.00
This royalty trust generates income by selling oil and natural gas produced by MV Partners LLC, an exploration and production firm operating in Kansas and Colorado. MV Oil Trust's payout ratio is currently 100%, good for a dividend of $3.07 a share and a yield of 8.4%.It's a lot of yield for the risk, as shown by beta -- a metric used to compare a security's volatility to the overall market. As the benchmark, the market is assigned a beta of 1.0. So, MV Oil Trust's beta of 0.76 means it's 24% less volatile, yet it's yielding nearly five times the market's measly 1.8%.Shareholders can probably count on healthy dividends for quite some time. The trust isn't scheduled to terminate until June 30, 2026, or after 11.5 million of barrels oil equivalent (MMBOE) have been produced, whichever is later. Considering that fewer than 4 MMBOE have been produced in the five years since inception, the trust ought to be able to maintain a high payout for at least another decade.
I own the stock for almost a year, and it has increased in value, despite a lower yield. Cashflow is good, little debt, and a good yield overall
5 STAR, Small-cap, dividend payer
MVO's stock has risen consistently since the crash of '08-'09 (check their chart). The dividend has stabilized this year around 0.60 with a special dividend in the 2nd qtr and an expected special dividend in the 4th qtr (both one-timers). MVO has had a hedge contract on its oil sales at $65 pbbl when oil is now at $90 pbbl and going up. This contract terminates on Dec 31, 2010 and MVO will now be able to make significantly more revenue by selling its oil at market prices.
Believe they would not have raised the dividend so high if they did not have confidence it could be sustained
dividend is awesome
Dividend yield controls share price.
Oil and enegry stocks are holding there weight while green enegry stocks like EEE and the desert oil sands BQI have been falling recently due to big oil shorting the stocks. There any oil stock will be successful at this time.
TMF Pick of the day
Wonderful company, I own some stock right now of this, I have high hopes and believe theres high potential in the future for this company
A solid oil stock, plus natural gas.Has good management unlike most oil companies.
AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MV Oil Trust (NYSE Symbol – MVO) announces that the Trust will not be making a distribution of net profits for the third quarterly payment period ended September 30, 2008. As previously reported, Eaglwing, L.P. purchased substantially all of the crude oil production of the underlying properties, subject to the net profits interest held by MV Oil Trust, for the month of June 2008 and for the first 18 days of July 2008. Eaglwing subsequently filed a voluntary petition for reorganization under the U.S. bankruptcy code and still has not paid the purchase price for such purchases. Because of Eaglwing’s bankruptcy, there are not sufficient net proceeds for MV Oil Trust to make a payment for the scheduled quarterly distribution in October 2008.
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