One offers a fairly certain return, but the other is probably still the better choice for most investors
News & Analysis: Buckeye Partners
The quick answer is that Buckeye won't exist in a year if everything goes as planned. But what you do about it is the real question.
The master limited partnership got an offer it couldn’t refuse.
The numbers tell a compelling story.
BPL earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
Earnings and acquisition activity helped make these stocks stand out.
The master limited partnership is being acquired.
These two high-yield limited partnerships are working toward brighter days. Is one a better buy than the other, or are they equally interesting?
All five of these high-yield stocks look attractive, but there's a catch in each case.
Two iconic names in the midstream space, one known for its history, one for its size. Which, if either, is the better buy?