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Investing Topics: Master Limited Partnerships

A Dip, But No Dive

By Roger S. Conrad on Jul. 9, 2017
Does the Dow Jones Utility Average’s recent pullback mark the start of a reversion to the mean?

In Scale We Trust

By Roger S. Conrad on Jun. 10, 2017
Superior scale gives this propane distributor a big competitive advantage.

No Cuts, But Plenty of Risks

By Roger S. Conrad on Jun. 10, 2017
Avoid these stocks with endangered dividends.

Life after the Merger

By Roger S. Conrad on Jun. 10, 2017
A simplification transaction should put this midstream operator on the path to success.

On the Prowl at the MLP Association’s Annual Investor Conference

By Roger S. Conrad on May. 31, 2017
Over the past 12 months, the difference between the top and bottom performers in the Alerian MLP Infrastructure Index amounted to about 60 percentage points. Capturing this upside requires on-the-ground intelligence, which is why we attend the MLPA Association's annual investor conference every year.

Dividend Cuts Are All the Rage This Spring

By Roger S. Conrad on May. 14, 2017
Several names on our Endangered Dividends List slashed their payouts over the past month.

Eyes on the Prize

By Roger S. Conrad on Mar. 12, 2017
Fewer than one in five stocks in our Utility Report Card trades below our value-based buy targets. Investors should stay disciplined and take their opportunities when they come.

Pipelines And Politics

By Roger S. Conrad on Jan. 30, 2017
Could Donald Trump's support for the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines foment local opposition to other energy projects?

Mind the Borrowing Costs

By Roger S. Conrad on Jan. 10, 2017
Rising interest rates will exert additional strain on all the names in our Endangered Dividends List. And the higher rates go, the greater the risk that these stragglers will seek to conserve cash by reducing their payouts.

High Yielders vs Dividend Growers

By Roger S. Conrad on Dec. 21, 2016
A dividend cut hits investors with a double-whammy, reducing their current income and catalyzing a sharp selloff in the stock. In contrast, a steadily increasing payout eventually will push a company’s share price higher, particularly when it’s supported by the underlying business.

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ABOUT ROGER CONRAD

Roger S. Conrad needs no introduction to individual and professional investors, many of whom have profited from his decades of experience uncovering the best dividend-paying stocks for accumulating sustainable wealth. Roger b