Energy Transfer LP (ET)
$6.60 0.06 (0.92%)
9:26 EDT ET Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $6.62
Market Cap -
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 690,408
Day's Range 6.54 - 6.54
52-Week Range 3.75 - 15.26
Dividend & Yield 0.31 (4.62%)
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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.
With the markets starving for yield, a passive-income monster like ET stock may offer relief. However, do note the pros and cons before diving in.
Energy Transfer has a juicy distribution yield of nearly 14%. Long-term and passive income investors may want to buy the dips in ET stock.
The argument for owning ET stock as an income and capital gains diversification tool is building strength in multiple ways.
Energy Transfer's huge yield is well covered by its distributable cash flow. Undervalued ET stock is worth at least 21% more.
The rebound of oil prices lifted ET stock in the last few weeks. The company will need a sustained, healthy energy market to continue rising.
It might be tempting, but don't get pulled into the dividend trap with ET stock. Here's why you should avoid Energy Transfer now.
Energy Transfer missed on earnings and revenue estimates. However, ET stock appears to have a safe dividend for now.
While investors may be wary of ET stock thanks to the oil sector's troubles, it's in a much better situation than you might think.
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.
The energy sector has been a laggard, but this may change in 2020. One interesting play to consider is Energy Transfer and ET stock.
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