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Hey income investors, this MLP has increased its distribution for 61 consecutive quarters.
This weekend's attack on Saudi refineries adds one more variable to bolster prices.
Let's take a deep dive into two of the largest MLPs, Enterprise Products Partners and Energy Transfer.
An unusual play on liquid natural gas, a one-of-a-kind royalty trust, a low-risk, diversified mutual fund, two high-yielding midstream MLPs, and a trio of oil ETFs.
With oil production in the Permian Basin predicted to grow at a pace of 400,000 barrels a day per year until 2022, producers fear that they won't be able to get their crude out of the basin.
How does the energy sector stands to win? The answer is in the transportation of commodities.
Crude exports are the new U.S. energy game.
These names offer high dividend yields that seem well-covered by cash flow.
These names are poised to generate higher free cash flow and earnings in a firmer oil market.
6 names to consider in these high-yield sectors.
Alerian MLP offers way to play a rebound for the group while yielding close to 9%.
Enterprise Product Partners is a master limited partnership play at an attractive valuation.
Consider this story as your game plan for this suddenly revitalized group.
Let's see what companies the Oracle of Omaha might be considering with the market at all-time highs.
The stock is providing a low-risk buying opportunity.
EPD will have to shows fresh signs of accumulation and a rising OBV line before we recommend it long.
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EPD is set to trade higher in the coming weeks.
The best way to participate in a more pro-fossil fuel environment is to buy pipelines stocks.
Enterprise Products Partners has withdrawn its takeover bid for Williams Cos. after submitting a second offer in late August and Jim Cramer wants to hear from management.
U.S. stocks sold off as the chances of a September rate hike nearly doubled amid hawkish Fed commentary.
The S&P 500 closed just points from its record high as a crude oil rally distracted Wall Street from uncertainty over the Federal Reserve's rate-hike plans.
Not too long ago, it was best to stay from foreign assets and energy exposure. That was then, this is now.