Better Buy: Enterprise Products Partners vs. CalAmp

In today's quarterfinal match-up of The Motley Fool's Better-Buy Tournament, Enterprise Products Partners squares off against CalAmp in a battle to determine which stock is the better buy now. The 64-company tournament pits two Motley Fool analysts against each as they make the case for their stocks with the winner determined by you, the readers.

Motley Fool energy analyst Joel South thinks Enterprise Products Partners (NYSE: EPD  ) is the premier MLP investment in today's market. With an industry-leading low cost of capital, Enterprise Products Partners is able to safely fund growth projects without having to increase its debt-leverage ratio. This gives unit holders piece of mind while they collect hefty distribution yields every quarter. In fact, with access to cheap capital, no general partner to pay management fees to, and a booming North American oil and gas industry, Enterprise Products Partners has increased its distribution for 38 consecutive quarters. 

Motley Fool tech analyst Jamal Carnette argues that CalAmp (NASDAQ: CAMP  ) should to move into the next round because it provides a key role in the next big thing: the Internet of Things. Simply put, the Internet of Things is connected devices – everywhere. A recent report from Cisco projects 50 billion connected devices by 2018. If you want to profit from the next big thing, CalAmp is your choice to advance.

Watch these analysts square off in the video below and then vote for a winner. Then check out the other companies in the Motley Fool Better-Buy Bracket

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  • Report this Comment On March 25, 2014, at 3:40 PM, arbtrdr wrote:

    The only problem with this agrgument is the EPD is NOT required to pay out anything! MLPs generally pay out an amount close to their DCF cash flow. I have EPD as my largest single position.

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