From ETF Channel Staff: Exchange traded funds (ETFs) trade just like stocks, but instead of ”shares” investors are actually buying and selling ”units”. These ”units” can be traded back and forth just like stocks, but can also be created or destroyed to accommodate investor demand. Each week we monitor the week-over-week change in shares outstanding […]
From Invesco: The master limited partnership (MLP) asset class has experienced considerable volatility since 2014, with many individual securities trading well off previous highs. However, the Invesco Real Estate team believes there has been a dislocation in MLP pricing, resulting in value and opportunity in the space.
From Contrarian Outlook: One popular investing myth is that the market always efficiently prices stocks. The truth is that active traders have a herd mentality, and often push prices to extreme levels in the short term.
From Invesco: On March 15, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) stated that it will no longer allow master limited partnerships (MLPs) to recover an income tax allowance when setting cost of service rates for their interstate natural gas and oil pipelines.
From Contrarian Outlook: December might be the traditional season of generosity for most, but not for energy master limited partnerships (MLPs).
From Zacks: Master limited partnerships or MLPs have been under pressure this year. Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP) is down 17% this year (as of Nov 10, 2017). But things may take a turn for the better in the near term courtesy of an oil price recovery and a high dividend yield.
From Zacks: Master limited partnerships or MLPs have been on an uptrend lately with several energy-related investments.
Crude Oil has been one of the most volatile commodities in the very short term, with prices rallying in “V-shaped” fashion since the end of June to present levels, all but erasing any losses that occurred during that month.
From David Fabian: Many investors are familiar with the GARP acronym, which stands for Growth At A Reasonable Price. The basic definition is to uncover stocks with reasonable fundamentals (undervalued) that have sustainable growth potential. The methodology seems sound and is essentially a way of saying – don’t chase price simply for the sake of […]
MLP-focused ETFs were on the decline again on Tuesday, a day after private equity giant Blackstone Group LP decided to end its pursuit of a massive stake in one of the largest Master Limited Partnerships.
From Larry Edelson: You’ve probably heard the term MLP before, but what exactly is it? An MLP is a master limited partnership, a business entity commonly used by energy companies as an alternative to a regular corporation.
From Stephen Mauzy: Call it obstinacy, call it wishful thinking, call it stupidity because all apply. For years, I believed that master limited partnerships (MLPs) were a legitimate source of high-yield income. I believe no more.
From David Fabian: The multi-year plunge in oil and natural gas prices has been partially arrested in 2016, and one high yield investment sector is riding the recovery wave higher.
David Fabian: The definition of value is a fierce debate among investors that seek to find intrinsically underpriced assets. Some stand their ground on historical fundamentals like price/earnings or price/book ratios. Others look strictly at price relative to other potential opportunities as a measure of opportunity.