April 2, 2012
, the individual investor's no-nonsense resource for global business trends and investment ideas, has released an updated version of its research report on the master limited partnership (MLP) market, the
MLP Investment Guide
The report, which is FREE to registered users of the Website, includes an overview of the investment and tax characteristics of MLP investments, as well as a look at their recent performance. Investor Uprising has also put together a model portfolio of 12 potential MLP investments.
"The MLP market continues to be a place where yield-seekers are seeking a way to generate from their investments, and it remains appealing for this goal," says
R. Scott Raynovich
, Editor In Chief of Investor Uprising and author of the report.
The report includes the major MLP indices and ETFs including the Alerian MLP Index (NYSE: AMZ), Alerian MLP ETF (NYSE: AMLP), and JP Morgan Alerian MLP Index (NYSE: AMJ). The MLP companies in the report include American Midstream Partners (NYSE: AMID), Atlas Pipeline Partners (NYSE: APL), Boardwalk Pipeline Partners (NYSE: BWP), Enbridge Energy (NYSE: EEP), Enterprise Products Partners (NYSE: EPD), Holly Energy Partners (NYSE: HEP), Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (NYSE: KMP), Plains All American Partners (NYSE: PAA), QR Energy (NYSE: QRE), StoneMor Partners (NYSE: STON), and Western Gas Partners (NYSE: WES).
Investor Uprising will be presenting its findings on the MLP market in a free Web investment seminar being hosted on
for this free event.
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