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Jim Cramer says being a realistic investor doesn't mean being negative, especially when solid reality supports optimism.
- IDR elimination plan must be completed at a price that is fair and reasonable to the Partnership (12x-14x IDR distributions) for the MPLX Conflicts Committee to satisfy its obligations
The move comes as Marathon continues to face activist pressure from Elliott Management, which has called for the company to spinoff its retail gas unit, Speedway.
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Numerous studies show that corporate carve outs deliver robust returns.
The Ohio-based refiner posts strong fourth-quarter results, noting that OPEC's production cuts should boost oil prices throughout the year.
The rebound in Pipeline MLPs began in 2016 and will not end in 2017. Especially with energy-friendly President Trump in office and interest rates on the rise.
Pipeline master limited partnerships bounced back in 2016 after being flattened in 2015. And 2017 should be another good year for the high-yielding sector.
Investors seeking less volatility can reap better returns in 2017 by allocating funds in sectors such as technology, biotech, energy and financials, which should generate above average performance.
The activist was already privately agitating when the oil and natural gas refiner announced it was planning to drop its midstream business into its master limited partnership over three years.
Elliott Management's stake in Marathon Petroleum is making a great company even better, Cramer said.
Shares of this oil refiner could be poised for gains in the months ahead, thanks to pressure from an activist investor.
The insurgent fund launches a campaign urging the energy company to create three separate public businesses as a proxy fight deadline looms.
Several major pipeline companies in the U.S. should benefit from renewed investor interest following Donald Trump's win, says Mizuho.
Is it a value play given the drop in refining stocks -- or could Barry Rosenstein and Keith Meister be looking to agitate for change?
Not too long ago, it was best to stay from foreign assets and energy exposure. That was then, this is now.
RRMS APLE MPLX are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Friday, July 29, 2016
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