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Week Thoughts: MLPs Bleeding Green

More pain for midstream and MLP stocks this week.  The negative factors from last week remained, but oil prices piled on this week.  Oil prices are on a 6-day losing streak and broke below $60/bbl Friday.  Stocks were volatile, and midstream/MLPs held up ok on a relative basis and have been a decent place to hide the last few weeks if you avoided the

Week Thoughts: E-Brakes Slam Midstream

In a rough week for stocks of all kinds, energy stocks and midstream/MLPs stood out as particularly weak.  The MLP Index declined 5.9%, including distributions, the first 5%+ decline week in nearly two years (since February 2016).  The 10-year treasury rate rose another 17 basis points, and sits just 17 more bps from 3.00%.  Oil prices held up well and

Week Thoughts: Midstream Elephants on Parade

Midstream stocks resumed their elevation this week, mostly keeping up with the torrid pace of the broad market.  The S&P 500 gained another 2.2% this week (although without much help from KMI -1.3%).  Oil and natural gas prices also shot higher, helped by falling inventories and a falling U.S. dollar.   The MLP Index has gained 10% already this
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