Nitrogen fertilizer producer CVR Partners (NYSE:UAN) just cannot catch a break lately. It was pushed aside during Carl Icahn's takeover bid for parent CVR Energy last year. A biannual turnaround at its sole facility at the end of 2012 pushed down onstream factors on its production lines and made sales, income, and dividend distributions appear weak, albeit artificially. And although a recent divestment from one of its holding companies seemed to spook investors earlier this spring, the number of shares outstanding was not affected. In the following video, contributor Maxx Chatsko explains why he's adding to his personal position in the company.

Fool contributor Maxx Chatsko owns shares of CVR Partners, LP. Check out his personal portfolio, his CAPS page, or follow him on Twitter @BlacknGoldFool to keep up with his writing on energy, bioprocessing, and biotechnology.

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