Shah Gilani picks out a solid dividend-paying stock from a company with a strong balance sheet to keep your portfolio strong during the recession.
Enterprise Products Partners LP
Tim Melvin picks out an energy sector play that gives investors broad access to the whole sector and provides a consistent high dividend yield.
Tim Melvin picks out a closed-end fund in the energy sector with the potential for high long-term yields.
When we see market prices correct like they did earlier this week, it is always nice to know you have strong dividend stocks with rapid growth in your portfolio.
Appreciation can be taken back in the blink of an eye, but a dividend is yours to keep forever once it hits your account.
And if you buy great dividend stocks when the market is ugly, lower prices can help you lock in a higher yield.
But not all dividend stocks need to have high yields to make them noteworthy buys. AT&T (NYSE: T), Enterprise Products Partners (NYSE: EPD), and Brookfield Renewable Corporation (NYSE: BEPC) are all excellent long-term investment.
Oil prices have recovered nicely since the madness of negative prices back in March when Saudi Arabia and Russia decided to engage in a price war just as the coronavirus swept across the globe crushing demand.
While the recovery probably helped hold off a wave of bankruptcies among shale producers, it is unlikely we see too much more of an increase in oil prices.
The demand will not be high enough to push prices significantly higher…
The world economy was weak before the coronavirus shut down a vast swath of the global economy.
The post virus recovery will take a long time, so it is likely oil prices remain range-bound for an extended period.
You see, the drop in prices caused steep sell-off in almost all energy-related securities over the past several months.
The midstream segment that transports and stores oil got hit right along with producers.
So far in 2020, the market has been reacting to some serious geopolitical events happening.
Now, you can read all about those said geopolitical developments on your favorite news website, but they won't tell you what I'm here to talk about today, which is what to actually do about what's going on in the market.
For most investors who rode that strong bullish wave we experienced in 2019, the sudden sell-off that happened last week was jarring. While there have been talks that it was coming, watching the markets fall is never easy on the portfolio.
But while many investors rushed to move their investments to the safety of gold and Treasury bonds, the market actually clawed its way back, erasing most of the losses by midday.
A lot could be said about this – but I only need one word to describe the current (and most likely future) state of the market: volatile.
And when it comes to a volatile market, there are two "traditional" types of traders – or so most people will tell you.
Both styles can make money, but they might not be right for you and your goals.
So what if I told you there's a third type of trader with a successful trading plan suitable for any market – and you can be one of them? Let me show you… Full Story
If you're a long-time Money Morning reader, you know it's no secret that we're big fans of MLPs.
That's why we're always on the lookout for the top MLPs to buy. MLPs are known for their excellent dividend payouts, reliability, and consistent distributions for income-seeking investors.
So, today, we've uncovered one MLP that not only pays 7%, but it also has great growth potential.
If you've been following us at Money Morning, you know it's no secret that we're huge
fans of MLPs. That's precisely why we're always looking for the top MLPs to buy. MLPs
are known for their excellent dividend payouts for income-seeking investors. So, today,
we've found one MLP that not only pays a great dividend yield of 6.8%, but it also has
some serious growth potential. In fact, it could explode 117% over the next 12 months…
The Energy Department projects U.S. oil production will surpass 10.3 million barrels a day in 2018, smashing the record for oil production set in 1970.
That's more than 1 million barrels a day higher than U.S. production in 2017.
Two controversial pipeline projects got a new lease on life today with the President Donald Trump DAPL-Keystone XL decision.
Both had been shot down by the Obama administration. But that just illustrates the oh-so-very political nature of these battles.
And a key fact almost always gets left out by the media.