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Tuesday Was Telling About Today's Trading

Tuesday Was Telling About Today's Trading

One group that is starting to look interesting is Master Limited Partnerships.

Energy Transfer Partners Worth Probing From the Long Side for Aggressive Types

Energy Transfer Partners Worth Probing From the Long Side for Aggressive Types

The pace of decline in the shares has slowed, indicating we could be starting a reversal in the name.

10 Investments That Could Still Do Well Even If Stocks and Bonds Gets Whacked Later This Year

10 Investments That Could Still Do Well Even If Stocks and Bonds Gets Whacked Later This Year

From cash to closed-end funds, here's where to put your money.

Sell in May and Go Away ... Into These 4 Alternatives

Sell in May and Go Away ... Into These 4 Alternatives

From Treasuries to MLPs, these assets look better than stocks going forward.

A Portfolio of Fixed Income, Pass Throughs and Small Caps

A Portfolio of Fixed Income, Pass Throughs and Small Caps

This portfolio is designed to produce a blended yield of 6% to 8%.

Williams Partners Has Fuel to Grind Higher Into Summer

Williams Partners Has Fuel to Grind Higher Into Summer

Traders can approach this name from the long side.

7 Stocks Jim Cramer Loves for Income

7 Stocks Jim Cramer Loves for Income

From Magellan Midstream to Cedar Fair, here are Jim's top picks.

Oil Finally Breaks Loose as Speculators Head for the Exits

Oil Finally Breaks Loose as Speculators Head for the Exits

The move took longer than anticipated, but there is an overwhelming propensity for prices to slide sharply amid building inventories.

Forget Kinder Morgan -- This MLP Is a Much Better Play

Forget Kinder Morgan -- This MLP Is a Much Better Play

Master limited partnership Phillips 66 Partners offers steady dividend payouts thanks to quarters of impressive growth.

Picking T. Boone Pickens' Brain for Energy Values

Picking T. Boone Pickens' Brain for Energy Values

Investors who want to be in the oil-and-gas sector would be wise to copy the great Texas oilman's approach and steal his ideas.