Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD)
$19.93 0.43 (2.11%)
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Market Cap 43.30B
PE Ratio 14.76
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.60M
Day's Range 19.88 - 20.44
52-Week Range 10.27 - 29.22
Dividend & Yield 1.72 (8.61%)
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Strong demand for natural gas is likely from emerging markets in the coming decade. This will trigger growth and value creation for natural gas stocks.
The overall energy sector is struggling right now, but these energy stocks and exchange-traded funds are great energy plays today.
These stocks have yields over 6.5% that are well covered by earnings and low price-to-earnings ratios, making them clear buys for investors looking to cash in on dividends.
EPD stock has held up well despite falling prices. That's good news for income investors -- but makes the stock a poor choice for energy bulls.
High capital expenditure in 2019 will translate into growth in 2020 and beyond for EPD stock. Investments should remain robust in the coming years.
Investors should consider buying these three MLPs for awesome payouts. All of these companies offer great tax advantages and huge returns.
In a low interest-rate environment, the high-yielding EPD stock is naturally attractive. But make sure this MLP-structured investment is right for you.
While I cannot just give you a list of "buy and forget" stocks, I will steer you towards a collection of stocks in specific industries and markets that have a good track record of delivering growth and income for many years.
Sometimes, oil stocks can be a little volatile for investors. But these three companies should serve you well no matter what.
Time to get our hands on some dividend stocks that tick both boxes: a yield of over 5% and a bullish outlook from the Street.
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