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Today's Open $6.68
Previous Close $6.70
Daily Range $6.68 - $6.91
52-Week Range $6.15 - $14.85
Market Cap $189.8M
P/E Ratio 2.90
Dividend (Yield) $1.71 (32.0%)
Ex-Dividend Date
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Volume 192,537
Average Daily Volume 138,054
Current FY EPS $1.50

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Submitted November 16, 2011

If the cash flow is too low to make the 80% target distributions, SD's subordinated shares have to make up the difference to common shareholders. If cash flow exceeds the 120% target, SD pockets 50% … More

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Energy Investing 101: Tackling Oil & Gas Royalty Trusts

If you don't know what oil and gas royalty trusts are, this is a pretty good place to start.

Why Income Investors Should Avoid Royalty Trusts, and Better Alternatives

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Royalty Trusts Are One of the Worst Ways to Supplement Social Security

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SandRidge Energy Inc. CEO James Bennett thinks shares are easily worth $15.50 apiece.

Don’t Trust These Huge Dividends for Steady Income in 2014

While royalty trusts pay large quarterly distributions, investors looking for steady income are better off looking elsewhere in 2014.

SandRidge Mississippian Trust I (SDT) Ex-Dividend Date Scheduled for November 12, 2013

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SandRidge Mississippian Trust I (SDT) Description

SandRidge Mississippian Trust owns royalty interest in oil & natural gas properties leased by sandridge energy; It entitles to receive 90% of the proceeds received from sale of oil & natural gas production attributable to SandRidge’s net revenue interest. Website: http://www.sandridgeenergy.com/

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