2 MLPs Yielding up to 8.5% with Turnaround Potential

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One popular investing myth is that the market always efficiently prices stocks. The truth is that active traders have a herd mentality, and often push prices to extreme levels in the short term.

That’s when it truly pays to be a contrarian, to be able to buy when prices are down and dividend yields are up.

I believe this is currently the case with energy master limited partnerships (MLPs). Crude oil fell 7% in July, which was its worst monthly performance in two years. Natural gas also declined more than 4%.

However, the two names I’ve found are pipeline and transport firms that have largely fee-based businesses and are not affected by a temporary drop in energy prices.…
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December might be the traditional season of generosity for most, but not for energy master limited partnerships (MLPs). This high-income area of the market tends to wait until January rolls around to get into the giving spirit, with many of the industry’s names doling out distribution hikes a couple weeks after the New Year.

Investors looking to jump into MLPs, then, may want to get into the seven stocks I’m about to highlight – all of which yield between 5% and 8% – before they up the ante on their regular payouts.

A host of MLPs tend to wait until after the champagne has been uncorked and the bowl games have been played to announce distribution hikes.…
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Brett

Hi, I’m Brett Owens – and I’m a financial junkie. My “problem” started incollege, when I got a little dose of the stock market – man, was I hooked…in no time, I was reading the Wall Street Journal religously.

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