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ETP Articles

Three early morning explosions at a refinery in Philadelphia caused only a few minor injuries but could push gasoline prices higher as the summer driving season approaches its peak.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday include Blue Apron, Energy Transfer Partners, Funko, Symantec, Tesla, Teva Pharmaceutical and TripAdvisor.
These five companies are leaders in their specific energy areas and their stocks look like tremendous buys now.
While the issues in the Permian Basin will not last forever, it makes sense to put some capital behind the companies that look poised to benefit now.
Huge payouts that have remained consistent, along with the ability for the share prices to go higher, make these solid plays for more aggressive income accounts looking for energy exposure.
At 24/7 Wall St., we are always a little dubious about companies that pay double-digit dividends and distributions, but we are equally intrigued by those that continue to pay them over a long period.
These five top stocks are rated Outperform by Baird, pay solid and large distributions, and are cheap compared to the overall market. Given the expensive nature of the market right now, they may be...
If we retest the lows these companies should be even more outstanding on a price basis, but could easily be bought now if the pundits are wrong and we don’t trade back down.
These three companies not only look able to maintain their large payouts but they also have growth prospects. They look to be solid 2018 plays for income seekers.
The largest oil refiner on the East Coast filed for bankruptcy protection over the weekend. Philadelphia Energy Solutions' two plants have a capacity to refine 335,000 barrels a day of crude oil.
What has been hard to ignore is that Wall Street is now calling for energy stocks to return to being a positive factor ahead rather than a drag as was seen throughout much of 2017.
All these top MLP stocks are offering investors an outstanding entry point after being clobbered for much of the fall.
All these top companies are offering investors an outstanding entry point after being clobbered much of the fall. The OPEC production cut, combined with other positive metrics, should put a tailwind...
Kinder Morgan, Energy Transfer Partners, Scorpio Tankers, and New York REIT all posted new 52-week lows Wednesday.
Weatherford International, CenturyLink, Scorpio Tankers, and Energy Transfer Partners all posted new 52-week lows Tuesday.