Magellan Midstream Partners LP (MMP)
$45.84 0.54 (1.16%)
19:40 EST MMP Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 10.46B
PE Ratio 12.22
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.19M
Day's Range 45.02 - 46.45
52-Week Range 22.02 - 64.93
Dividend & Yield 3.79 (8.27%)
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While happening stocks are getting most of the attention in the new normal, smart buyers should consider retirement investments that are proven to be reliable for the long haul.
By Thomas Niel
It may not be for several years energy stocks retrace their pre-pandemic price levels. But, with high-yields while you wait, and the opportunity for long-term upside, consider these five MLPs as we enter the fall.
Natural gas is down bad for 2020, meaning big upside potential, if they recover. Here are 9 natural gas stocks to watch for bold investors.
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.
Investors should consider buying these three MLPs for awesome payouts. All of these companies offer great tax advantages and huge returns.
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.
Almost all oil stocks have taken a disappointing turn last year, but 2019 holds significant potential if you know where to look.
Despite the carnage, MLPs can still offer growth and high income. Here are three that offer both to portfolios.
While safe, passive-income-generating assets have become more attractive recently, MLPs still offer far superior returns.
Six notable dividend stocks recently raised their payouts, including Exxon Mobil (XOM). Here's what you need to know about each.
By Ken Trester
As Treasury yields come down, interest-rate sensitive issues like REITs, utilities and other dividend-paying stocks are probably going to see a little rally. Within that group, pipeline MLPs are particularly attractive for a contrarian bullish play.
Looking to boost your income? These five funds and securities pay plenty in dividends and offer market-beating yields.
Seven notable dividend stocks recently raised their payouts, including 3M and Intel. Here's what you need to know about each.
High yields are nice, but the best dividend stocks for retirement offer not just pure income, but dividend growth and a huge margin of safety.
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