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Buying EIS.UN-T
« on: September 17, 2007, 10:01:08 AM »
Buying EIS.UN-T

  Eveready Income Fund, no not batteries.
 Started buying it this morning. Because it seems to be in the oilfield
 services business and on the strength of it's distributions will return
 over 15 percent p.a. (for now). Just providing a home for some cash I
 have moved out of my faultering mining sector.

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Re: Buying EIS.UN-T
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2008, 02:57:12 PM »
I also put about a half of my portfolio in EIS.UN-T.  The present $2.99 quotes are not too bad considering all the new aquisitions of trucking capacity they are gobbelling up.  They also moved into lodge/housing unit construction which is a great business in the future for the Tar Sands.  In the Spring of 2009 I think we will see huge returns as far as value but we also get super high quarterly distributions in the mean time!  Nail down this one and keep it.    ;D


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