next year. > Macquarie Infrastructure (MIC): +21.0% growth of payout, possibly +10% next year > Magellan Midstream ( MMP ): +19.6% growth of payout, with a most definite expectation of +15% next year. Overall I actually expect a greater
Im not new to oil and gas but Im just curious what people are buying/will be buying while we are at all time lows. Personally Im looking to add to: WPZ, OKS, ETP, EPD, CVX, RDS.B. I already own too much MMP to add to right now.
oil price drop to build a portfolio of MLPs/GPs, but am relatively new to the space. My current holdings consist of KMI, MMP , EPD, APU, WMB/WPZ and PAA (will pickup PAGP to pair with it when price drops again). Looking for one additional. Considering
Buy, sell or hold ?
covered puts in my roth to initiate purchase for a couple of the issues below. My shortlist is as follows in order of desire: MMP EPD SEP (I hold the GP SE in my roth already) WPZ APU Again, I wanted to run this list past all of you to double check that
direct hedges. Somebody like a [TICKER: MMP ] Magellan Midstream Partners ( MMP ), where you've got a regulatory framework ..... wonderful hedge. If you own a [TICKER: MMP ] Magellan Midstream Partners (which not everybody can--it's
I think Magellan ( MMP ) closed at an all-time ..... closer-look-at- magellan - midstream - partners -3q14-distributable ..... following, in part: > MMP hasn't issued new units in three years > MMP 's debt level is less
distribution about 1.04 times on a year-to-date basis. And so, other companies like maybe [TICKER: MMP ] Magellan Midstream Partners ( MMP )--which we don't own, but that I've been considering--also trades at a low yield but not
flow but also could cover under the net earnings concept. And two of my favorite partnerships, [TICKER: MMP ] Magellan Midstream ( MMP ) and [TICKER:SEP] Spectra Energy Partners (SEP), both meet that qualification. So, when I see partnerships
and they could run into trouble fairly quickly. At the other end of the spectrum, you have [TICKER: MMP ] Magellan Midstream Partners ( MMP ), one of my favorites--actually my top holding of any sector in our portfolios--most of that