These high-yielding midstream energy companies trade at bottom-of-the-barrel valuations.
News & Analysis: Summit Midstream Partners
This beaten-down master limited partnership has big-time upside potential if it can turn things around.
The midstream company made several changes that didn't sit well with its investors.
The master limited partnership is trying to sign up enough shippers to move forward with a needle-moving project.
These high-yield stocks come with an equally high level of risk.
After releasing tepid guidance for 2018, this 13%-yielder no longer looks like a safe bet.
This pipeline company currently yields more than 10% due to its rock-bottom valuation.
While a double-digit yield is usually a sign of trouble, that doesn’t appear to be the case for this master limited partnership.
While the fuel-distribution company is starting to improve its financial situation, there are better options for income-seeking investors.
Summit Midstream Partners not only believes its double-digit payout is safe, but that it could grow before the year is over. The market, however, sees a big obstacle to overcome.