CORR earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.
News & Analysis: CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust
CorEnergy's shares are up big so far in 2019. Is that a sign that you should be buying this high-yield REIT?
CORR earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
CorEnergy, a midstream dividend-paying stock, is unusual in that it's structured as a REIT. I didn't expect it to hold up as well as it has.
After a long pause, these three energy infrastructure companies could give their investors a raise this year.
Here are some alternatives that are just as rewarding for dividend lovers.
This high-yield stock generates steady cash flow from long-term leases on energy assets, which should enable retirees to collect a steady dividend payment for years to come.
These under-the-radar energy infrastructure companies yield more than 9%.
Extreme wealth has its downsides. Warren Buffett is too rich to own these stocks, but they are fine investments for smaller investors.
The oil downturn has created some interesting opportunities for dividend investors, but these two stocks should probably be avoided.