Energy Transfer LP (ET)
$5.90 0.25 (4.42%)
8:49 EDT ET Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $5.65
Market Cap -
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 194,951
Day's Range 5.65 - 5.65
52-Week Range 3.75 - 15.76
Dividend & Yield 0.31 (5.17%)
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InvestorPlace's Best Stocks for 2020 contest looks dismal after Q1. What will happen with the pandemic, and which stock will win?
A Saudi-Russian price war and a global pandemic are weighing on ET stock, but Energy Transfer has been in this situation before and won.
Here are four in the "midstream" infrastructure and transportation arena that are worth a look for deep value buyers seeking some safety income.
The energy sector has been a laggard, but this may change in 2020. One interesting play to consider is Energy Transfer and ET stock.
Typically, people avoid MLPs like ET stock for their inherently risky profile. But with geopolitical tensions rising in the Middle East, willing investors should take a longer look.
Which of our experts will win the best stocks contest? They're all betting on themes likely to dominate in 2020 and beyond.
Energy Transfer rallied in 2016 to win, and it can be one of the best stocks of 2020 with a similar rally right around the corner.
MLPs have been left for dead, but there are still opportunities for high yields. These 3 MLPs still produce ample cash flows and are ideal buys for income seekers.
The classic equity sectors to hunt for yield have been defense, consumer staples, and utilities. Dividend stocks with huge yields can be found in the unloved energy sector as well. ET, DCP, and BP are the three high-yielding names to buy.
There's no denying the uncertainty inherent in these high-risk stocks, but if things go right, the reward will make the risk worthwhile.
This week, four Internet and Web Service stocks are improving their overall rating on Portfolio Grader. Each of these rates an "A" ("strong buy") or "B" overall ("buy").
We've had a flurry of mergers and acquisition activity in the last several days, and for my money the biggest winner in the flurry of activity is BUD
Big moves down in Salesforce.com and Zynga peppered a poor day for the broader markets spurned by concerns over the Fed's future easing plans.
Now that Salesforce has taken ExactTarget off the market, here are a few other cloud operators that might find themselves in M&A crosshairs.
Both the number of deals and their value are down, but there's strong signs of life if you know where to look. Here's a guide to where the action is.
Cloud computing's rising costs and recession-wary customers could mean more earnings disappointments for the sector.
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