Energy Transfer LP (ET)
$7.01 0.12 (1.68%)
19:58 EST ET Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap -
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 18.69M
Day's Range 6.87 - 7.14
52-Week Range 3.75 - 13.59
Dividend & Yield 0.31 (4.35%)
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With a very solid Q3 earnings report, Energy Transfer stock seems like a contrarian buy. However, the uncertain political environment could have negative implications for ET.
The energy sector has seen its share of problems in 2020. Some companies won't survive, but Energy Transfer stock is a surefire winner.
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Energy Transfer has had a terrible year and is not likely to win the Best Stocks crown. Here's why ET stock still has some shine though.
Energy Transfer is drawing the attention of speculative investors. However, ET stock faces three key issues that are ample reason for the low price.
Avoid Energy Transfer despite its 20% yield. ET stock will fall as it cannot afford its present dividend without increasing borrowing.
ET stock is one of the most popular Robinhood stocks and it’s easy to see why, thanks to a 20% dividend yield. However, speculators will want to think carefully before diving in.
Income investors have limited choices as many firms are slashing their dividends. However, that's shouldn't be a concern for ET stock.
A generous yield isn't the only reason to buy and hold ET stock, but the considerable cash distributions are certainly compelling.
When I last wrote about Energy Transfer (NYSE:ET) stock, I was optimistic shares of the midstream energy player would continue to erase losses. Well, I....
ET stock is probably going to see a dividend cut in the near future. Although that will still leave investors with a relatively hefty yield, the company is facing several financial risks that could eventually hurt the company's long-term future.
A few weeks was all it took to deflate the comeback narrative for ET stock. Here are the factors that could play a big role in where Energy Transfer goes from here.
How will InvestorPlace.com's Best Stocks for 2020 contest end? Your guess is as good as mine, but Q3 will be an interesting one to watch.
ET stock is too good to ignore right now. Energy Transfer has a generous dividend yield, strong liquidity and a robust approach to growth.
Energy Transfer CEO Kelcy Warren purchased 15.3 million units of ET stock over the past 12 months, but nothing since February.
It's not clear if Energy Transfer can win the Best Stocks contest this year, but even if it doesn't, ET stock is a great investment.
The dividends are undeniable, sure, but midstream energy investors can find even more reasons to believe in ET stock.
With a dividend yield of over 14%, ET stock is looking very attractive. But the long-term outlook is tied to a sustained demand in oil.
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