Hi, I have ETP and KMI, doing well with these. In terms of upside WPZ seems to provide more over the next few years. I'm thinking of buying some WPZ , good idea? Am ok with volatility and don't need the money immediately. Thanks
Cliff and others, I am new to investing in MLPs/GPs. I recently bought EPD, MMP, PAGP, ACMP (to merge with WPZ ) and SE after the sell off. This is in addition to my existing holding in KMI (bought a year ago). There are many other appealing
Dividend Ivesting" I noticed there are several threads about WPZ . I was wondering, would a MLP be good for my situtation since ..... early 30s and was thinking of pulling the trigger on MMP, PAA, WPZ , MWE, SEP. I am thinking of holding them for 3-4 years or
I bought just a few shares (50) of WPZ , an MLP, in my taxable account, because I wanted that interest and to test the waters. I'm not that familiar with MLPs
WPZ does not seem to be behaving the same as other MLPs. Is there caise for concern? all the best to all, Sammy
that is driving his company to merge the two MLPs it controls, Williams Partners L.P. ( NYSE: WPZ ) and Access Midstream Partners LP ( NYSE: ACMP ) , in a deal ..... would it mean for the holders of the controlled companies? I hold WPZ .
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.
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 the following
as a good opportunity to buy quality franchises at a discount. Wide-moat MLPs such as ONEOK Partners OKS, Williams Partners WPZ , and Enterprise Products Partners EPD look compelling currently, as do large-cap midstream corporations Spectra
prices as a good opportunity to buy quality franchises at a discount. Wide moat MLPs such as ONEOK Partners OKS, Williams Partners WPZ , and Enterprise Products Partners EPD look compelling currently, as do large-cap midstream corporations Spectra