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Midstream Weekly Recap: Midstream Equities Have Fallen Too Far
With the trading day more than halfway over, the broad markets made a big push higher to close out the week after a series of down days.
FreeWire Expands Board of Directors and Appoints New Director of European Market Development and New VP of Advanced Technologies, to Strengthen Leading Position in Ultrafast Electric Vehicle Charging Market2021-07-27 08:00
SAN LEANDRO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FreeWire Technologies (“FreeWire”), a category leader in electric vehicle (EV) charging and power solutions, today announced that it has appointed Craig Coburn to its Board of Directors, Martin Bax to the role of Director of European Market Development, and John Seabury to the role of Vice President of Advanced Technology. Following a decades-long career at bp, most recently as the CFO for bp Midstream Partners (NYSE: BPMP) and CFO for bp America, Coburn br
MLPs In The Crosshairs: Changes To Tax Treatment In Biden's Budget
Many of those in the midstream industry have been increasing their distributions during 2021 but not BP Midstream Partners.
Analyst top-10 target net-gain estimates for these bargain basement dogs 3/4/21 ranged 15.05%-60.54% from HMLP, FSKR, FSK, BPMP, KNOP, CHMI, DHT, SCU, MAGS, EURN, and top pick, USAC per YCharts. Top-10 10%+Yield@$5-$25 priced firms by yield, FSUMF, SCU, ORC, SRLP, SOLLY, IMBBF, SHLX, USAC, DHT, and top dog, EURN ranged 13.24%-19.14%. Expect more dividend adjustments in coming weeks.
These dividend dog 10%+ Yield @ $5-$25 prices are all sourced from YCharts which allows a dividend yield to persist for 365 days after the most recent report if a dividend is cut. Analyst top ten target net gain estimates for top ten bargain basement dogs 2/10/21 ranged 14.09%-34.06% from SOLLY, SHLX, HMLP, MAGS, OKENF, BPMP, MPLX, TRMD, CHMI, and top pick, KNOP per YCharts data.
72 10%+Yield Dividend Stocks Priced $5-$25 For January
Billionaire investor Bill Gross says the 'Teslas of 2020' may struggle in 2021 and reveals his top sector pick for the new year2021-01-05 15:48
Billionaire investor Bill Gross said 2020's growth stocks "may struggle" in 2021 and revealed his favorite sector pick for the new year in his latest Investment Outlook letter. According to the PIMCO co-founder, stocks that soared in 2020, like Tesla and certain SPACs, won't repeat the performance in 2021.