Magellan Midstream Partners, L...

+$0.14 (+0.4%)
Closing price October 23, 2020
With some MLPs looking a little toppy after solid runs, these fou appear to be in a better valuation range and perhaps offer better downside protection.
Merrill Lynch has raised price targets on many of the stocks in its energy coverage universe, These three outstanding companies continue to be favorites across Wall Street.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday morning include Dick's Sporting Goods, Randgold Resources, Royal Dutch Shell, Sysco and Tesla Motors.
In a new research report, while RBC remains cautiously optimistic for the long term, it is clear that the analysts don't have a big appetite for the lower quality companies, and with good reason.
Monday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Apple, Express Scripts, Facebook, Gap, Intel and Schlumberger.
Many MLPs saw their units surge for years as investors bought into the notion that the infrastructure and pipeline segments of energy could withstand the tests of time with the ups and downs of the...
Merrill Lynch said that the continued rebound in oil prices and the strength in fixed income markets both contributed to the recent MLP outperformance against the market.
A new report on MLPs from Merrill Lynch noted that due to the extreme pressure on the sector last year, some investors even started to question the sustainability of the MLP business model.
In a new research report, RBC noted that some companies have already reaffirmed their distribution outlooks for the entire year of 2016.
MLPs that continue to maintain substantial IDRs have some room to maneuver with cash distributions, and they are very likely to have to do so in order to keep their limited partners happy.
Should prices start to stabilize in the current trading area, these companies may provide investors some of the best entry points in the past 20 years.
One good way to evaluate the current status of some of the top energy master limited partnerships (MLPs) is how they are rated by Standard and Poor's.
The monumental drop in the price of oil originally was believed to leave many master limited partnerships unscathed. This has been far from universally true, and some MLPs have had to dial back on...
Credit Suisse rounded up a few of its master limited partnerships (MLPs) that it has top ratings on despite the continued downturn in the oil patch.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Advanced Micro Devices, 3D Systems, Tesla Motors, Whole Foods, Zynga and Chesapeake Energy.