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Both Enterprise Products Partners and Plains All American Pipeline offer investors high yields and investment grade credit ratings. EPD has a better long-term track record, but Plains has massively outperformed EPD over the past three years. We compare them side-by-side and offer our take on which is the better buy today.
Enterprise Products Partners trades at a cheap valuation. There's no reason for the discount since it has a strong balance sheet and is growing at a decent clip.
Enterprise Products (EPD) boasts a stable business model and is not significantly exposed to the volatility in oil and gas prices.
Master limited partnership Enterprise Products Partners owns energy infrastructure. The MLP generates reliable cash flow to support its hefty yield.
Enterprise Products Partners: This Unofficial Dividend Aristocrat Has Much More Dividend Growth Ahead
Enterprise Products Partners is a highly regarded master limited partnership (MLP) in the energy infrastructure sector. EPD delivered strong Q2 results, with solid cash flows and business operations supporting a 5.3% increase in distribution per unit. EPD's consistency, ability to self-fund expansion, and track record of generating excess cash flow make it a solid income investment in the energy infrastructure space.
Enterprise Products Partners offers a strong and stable dividend yield of 7.5% that has been growing for 24 years. EPD operates in the energy sector, particularly in oil and gas storage and transportation, and is likely to benefit from improvements in demand. The company has a diversified portfolio and strong free cash flow, allowing it to invest heavily in the sector and continue growing its dividend.
EPD is a dividend aristocrat that offers investors a safe, and stable income stream. Because of this, the MLP is fairly valued and investors should wait for any signs of share price weakness to add a position. EPD is the only stock that has an A credit rating that offers a >7% yield.
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Energy Transfer and Enterprise Products Partners are popular midstream stocks with attractive and well-covered distributions. We have traditionally liked ET more, but its substantial recent outperformance is bringing us back to re-evaluate the two against each other. We share our take on which is the better buy right now.
EPD entered the "Dividend Aristocrat" club with its 25th consecutive year of distribution growth. EPD remains the best set-it-and-forget-it equity in midstream. The company continues to execute superbly, as demonstrated by its Q2 results.