Between two of the most conservative midstream partnerships around, is one a better option?
News & Analysis: Magellan Midstream Partners
After a massive plunge earlier in the year, consumption is getting back towards normal levels.
Despite some challenges, this MLP rebounded last month.
A midstream player that's changed its business or one that's stuck to its knitting? The choice isn't easy with both offering 9%+ yields.
Investors have bailed on these dividend stocks this year, pushing their yields up to eye-popping levels.
Despite an unprecedented downturn in oil demand that's set to wreak havoc for many months ahead, there are some companies that look buy-worthy right now.
Magellan Midstream Partners believes it can generate enough cash to keep paying its big-time payout.
MMP earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
One of the two MLPs looks better-positioned to handle the current crisis.
These two energy companies are confident their high-yielding payouts can weather the current storm in the energy market.