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By abandoning the master limited partnership structure that he pioneered, he unlocks massive shareholder value.
When it comes to this company and CEO, we were stubborn -- and we were right.
Asian and European stock markets start the week higher, with bulls returning.
Digging deeper into unknown names that pop up on scans can be a rewarding enterprise.
It's unnerving that almost every strong stock has a poorly performing company underneath it.
Jim Cramer says KMP is a 'buy' because it is still a good income vehicle and it has a forward-thinking CEO in Rich Kinder.
Interstate pipelines supply nearly every metropolitan area with fuel and power.
This group has a plan to deliver natural gas from the Marcellus to the Northeast.
Dan Dicker talks with Stephanie Link about the recent underperformance in the Master Limited Partnerships and what to do with them now.
Don't get distracted by the chest-pounding attention-seekers.
Thanks to nat gas, the U.S. is a lot closer to energy independence than we might think.
Jim Cramer talks with Dan Dicker about the recent earnings reports from BP and Anadarko and finds an opportunity.
Jim Cramer talks to Dan Dicker about the rush to bring new energy MLP's to market, why they're working and how to buy them.
Dan Dicker talks with Jim Cramer, breaking down the differences in Master Limited Partnerships and their sensitivity to increasingly volatile interest rates.
Jim Cramer looks at why Master Limited Partnerships remain attractive in this market, with 'Mad Money' Research Director Nicole Urken.
Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link of Action Alerts Plus discuss why they are betting on cyclical stocks like Joy Global.
Natural gas opportunities are just beginning to surface -- and the pipelines are one of the sturdiest options.
What does a crisis in Cyprus have to do with the stock price of Bristol-Myers?
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners is uniquely prepared to refine an abundant grade of crude oil.
Waiting for a dip amid this relentless merger wave is like waiting for the Pacific to run dry.
Enterprise Product Partners may be among the shrewdest oil companies in the land.