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Subject: Re: US Royalty Trusts.... Date: 8/11/2005 12:43 PM
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"The tough part, at least for me, is deciding should I sell now? sell part? stand pat & collect the dividend?

It's a tough decision. I struggle with these issues all the time. It's better than being in a losing position. :)"

Hi mrseabreeze,

Yup. I'm no expert on this stuff, but I did sell half for a nice profit... There is also knowing that the resource is being depleted, less than 10 years as I understand it. NG prices may well stay high and keep the dividends flowing in, but at some time down the road the price has to go into decline.... I sure don't know how far that is.

I've got my share of losers ;-) and you're right, green is better than red...

Take care,

Regards, Ken
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