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June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- BullMarket.com (
http://www.bullmarket.com) ("BMR"), an online investment newsletter focused on long-term growth and income-generating stocks, has published a 70-page special report on master limited partnerships (MLPs). The report covers over 40 MLPs and LLCs and gives BullMarket.com's top picks in ten different subsectors. It also looks at what an MLP is, examines the dynamics of the various industries they operate in, explains and displays various valuation metrics, and answers some common questions.
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In its MLP special report, BullMarket.com wrote: "For income-oriented investors, MLPs make good investments, as they provide a steady source of income that also has tax benefits. Usually about 80-90% of the distributions from MLPs are tax deferred and are classified as return of capital, which instead reduces an investor's original cost basis. Thus, one wouldn't have to pay taxes on this part of the distribution until the stock is sold."
BullMarket.com looked at the following topics, among others:
-- Why are MLPs a good investment option for income-oriented investors? Are their dividends safe?
-- How can MLPs pay out dividends that are higher than their reported profits?
-- What characteristics does BullMarket.com look for when picking MLP investments?
-- What valuation metrics should investors look at when choosing an MLP investment?
-- Which MLPs are currently the best to own and why?