Plugging Into the Energy Space

I would like revisit a theme I have already hit upon a few times in the last month or so. Some of the high yield sectors that have been negatively impacted by the rapid rise in interest rates over the past three months are offering attractive entry points at current price levels. I have allocated a good portion of my new capital to these sectors over the last few weeks.

I particularly like some of values in the energy master limited partnership (MLP) and limited partnership (LP) space. I think interest rates are at or near their short-term plateaus because the current rate of job and economic growth can't support them. I also like the energy space because the U.S. is in the early innings of an energy infrastructure and production build out that could have the country mostly energy independent in the next decade or so....314 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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