Motley Fool  Dec 9  Comment 
After barely surviving a difficult propane business last year, it's going to take a cold winter to keep Suburban Propane Partners' dividend intact.
Motley Fool  Nov 16  Comment 
Suburban Propane Partners has been hit by bad weather, but income investors should like the slow and steady nature of the business.
Motley Fool  Nov 11  Comment 
A mild winter meant Suburban Propane Partners wasn't selling much home heating fuel. If this winter is as warm as the last, then investors might want to question the sustainability of the dividend.


The chart at left shows continuous Front Month futures prices for Propane traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX).

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