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Jim Cramer looks at why Master Limited Partnerships remain attractive in this market, with 'Mad Money' Research Director Nicole Urken.
Here's another installment of our sector-selection picks, this time in the energy patch.
I am not joining those who believe this Cyprus news will wipe out everything. But caution is warranted.
Enterprise Product Partners may be among the shrewdest oil companies in the land.
"Forecasts & Strategies" editor Mark Skousen shares his stock picks and pans.
The pipeline subsector has performed particularly well lately, and these are some of its top performers.
Dean Zayed, CEO of Brookstone Capital, says investors searching for yield should consider these MLP options.
TWX and EPD may be boring, but both offer consistent revenue streams, solid dividends and low betas.
One group is playing out just like in 2008, which made for the best trade in 2009 and 2010.
The company has the potential to stage a late charge against its peers.
These four names are among my longest-held positions, and I would still add them today.
Let's take full advantage of this rip-roaring rally in our dividend-capture strategy.
Even though no one else seems to see it, Richard Kinder has taken a clear bet on the future of natural gas.
This market requires you to have a blend of cyclicals, defensives and dividend plays.
Some energy-transport MLPs have become popular with those looking for income-producing vehicles.
A portfolio of master limited partnerships that yields roughly 6% is there for the asking.