This MLP exchange-traded note isn't revolutionary, but it has fewer structural issues than other popular exchange-traded products.
The newest energy infrastructure ETFs try to avoid the structural shortcomings of existing MLP products.
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The Fed's taper dominated the headlines in August, but investors were looking for undervalued stocks, yield, and international opportunities.
International opportunities, income, and M&A activity were on investors' minds in September.
Investors continued their search for income in May, as the future of monetary policy came into sharp focus during the month.
While investors have flocked to an MLP exchange-traded fund, we recommend sticking with exchange-traded notes for this asset class.
Exchange-traded products give investors broad access to this desirable asset class, but resulting structural complications require close examination.
As the market shrugged off new eurozone worries in March, investors remained focused on finding cheap, wide-moat stocks and income-producing investments.
Investors remained focused on moats and income in April, while plummeting gold prices raised interest in gold-focused ETFs.