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Master limited partnerships are getting absolutely crushed lately as volatility returns to financial markets. The benchmark Alerian MLP Index (AMZ) is down another 3% so far today and 13% in the past week, wiping out all but 1.1% of what had been some ...
Barron's · ByMichael Aneiro · 10/14/2014
Bonds have defied analysts' expectations this year, rallying despite the Federal Reserve's reduction of its bond purchases. The Barclays U.S. Universal bond index has returned 5 percent so far this year. But, "bonds aren't going to be a great investment ...
News Max · ByDan Weil · 9/2/2014
The sideways trading action for most MLP stocks over the past few months means that the cost of equity capital hasn’t changed much (barring major changes in distributions). When stocks rally, it means the cost of equity has decreased, because the ...
Market Realist · 12/20/2013
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Shareholders of Pioneer Southwest Energy Partners LP, which is already majority-owned by Pioneer, will receive 0.2325 shares of Pioneer stock per MLP unit they own. The offer is worth about $40.81 per share, based on Pioneer's closing price Friday.
Law 360 · ByLiz Hoffman · 8/12/2013
Financial advisor Cheryl Young of Morgan Stanley says beaten down oil names are bargains, including Chevron and four master limited partnerships. (Interview date was Feb. 5)
Wall Street Journal · 2/25/2015
It’s a tough life for income investors these days, with interest rates so low and the stock market so high. Consequently, some investors have turned to master limited partnerships (MLPs) in the energy sector, hoping to find a solution to their problems.
Trefis · 9/26/2014
Cramer said the money will be used to pay down debt so the company can expand once again. That's not to say the stock doesn't post some risks – it does. "This is the Big Daddy of all of the MLPs," said Cramer. "It will probably sell down if another big ...
CNBC · ByLee Brodie · 2/7/2013
Stocks in the paper and packaging industry were on fire Thursday as traders reacted to a report from noted hedge fund Perry Capital which laid out a bullish case for companies in the industry that pursue Master Limited Partnership (MLP) treatment.
StreetInsider · 7/24/2014
The sharp -- and sudden -- collapse in crude oil prices has plunged energy stocks into a bear market. While the knee-jerk response might be to cut and run, Clearbridge Investments energy guru Christopher Eades says that buying low is a better investment ...
Barron's · ByJohanna Bennett · 2/3/2015
The Standard & Poor’s MLP Index returned 27 percent annually the past five years, compared with 19 percent for the S&P 500 Index of U.S. stocks. The partnerships yielded 6.6 percent in the past 12 months, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Their …
Bloomberg · ByIsaac Arnsdorf andAlex Nussbaum · 4/16/2014