Kinder Morgan Slashes Dividend 74% – Stock Plunges After Hours

Kinder Morgan finally announced an anticipated dividend cut.  It slashed its dividend from $2.04/yr – 51 cents per quarter – to 50 cents annually, or 12.5 cents quarterly.   Something is wrong with this company beyond the fact that it has been forced to cut its dividend in order to preserve cash.

I am not recommending shorting it – yet.  (click image to enlarge)  I am not recommending anything other than investors shouldUntitled get out of the way by getting out of this stock.   I am in the process of digging through the financials to figure out where the hidden landmines are buried.  I’ve already found a few highly questionable items.  It’s clear that anyone with a “buy” recommendation is either a criminal or has not done proper research.

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2 thoughts on “Kinder Morgan Slashes Dividend 74% – Stock Plunges After Hours

  1. Thanks Dave. Hey, “Kinder” ist the German word for “Children”. First when I read this name Kinder Morgan on your page (never heard it before) I wondered: Children of JP Morgan? So does JPM meanwhile even have it’s own “species”? It wouldn’t suprise me at all. LOL.

    1. That’s a really interesting observation. You quite possibly could be on to something. But actually the co-founder of the company is a dude named Richard Kinder and the last name of the other co-founder is Morgan

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