SUN earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
News & Analysis: Sunoco
Things looks pretty good at this limited partnership until you examine one metric. Is one red mark enough to give high-yield Sunoco LP a nay?
SUN earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
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After years of questionable management decisions, Sunoco LP looks to be headed down the right path.
A distribution yield hovering near 12% looks pretty attractive, but the fuel distributor severely lags the S&P 500 on one key metric.
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The company produced encouraging results post-restructuring, and management seems to have a better understanding of what it can and cannot do.
With a 13% yield Sunoco looks pretty enticing for income investors, but you need to understand just how risky that income stream is.
The company hit the reset button by selling its retail filling station network, but management seems to be bringing back the playbook that got it in trouble.