MLPs

Master Limited Partnerships, or MLPs, are partnerships that are traded on the open market. Often businesses open as MLPs to gain the tax privileges of partnerships and the liquidity of publically traded companies. The MLP market is growing at a very fast pace and investors are only beginning to reap the dividends. Two MLPs with the highest potential to succeed are Breitburn Energy Partners (NASDAQ:BBEP) and Shell Midstream (NYSE:SHLX).

Recent Articles

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Will Kinder Morgan’s MLP-Eating Move Pay Off? (KMI)

Kinder Morgan is making a play for its master limited partnerships, KMP and EPB. Here's what it means for holders of either, as well as KMI stock. More 

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Find out why the proposed Hess MLP is huge news for shareholders, and why you'd be foolish not to buy HES stock. More 

Be Wary of These 3 New MLP ETFs

Master Limited Partnerships are hot, but should you buy the new MLP ETFs hitting the market? More