Good job on your entry point but I'm not convinced there is a lot of upside from here. Ultimately MLP prices will reflect production volumes, which are declining, rather than crude prices and I don't forsee any increases in production until oil gets to $60 to $70/bbl. The dividends are nice but expect more distribution cuts as most MLP are stretching to cover their distributions.
MLPs are going to continue to go up as energy prices rise. There shouldn't be much correlation with oil prices since most midstream MLPs are tariff and fee based but nonetheless they are going up on the back of higher crude prices.
When oil was at $30 per barrel I went all-in on MLPs and took large positions in RRMS, TRGP, EPD, ETP, MPLX, and OKS. I also took a small position in MMLP for the yield. I'm collecting a ton of income on my MLPs and the unit prices have soared. During the housing\financial crisis MLPs were thrown overboard by investors which drove up the yields to over 10%+ and as high as 25% for NGLS which is now TRGP. I made hundreds of thousands of dollars in profit on EPD and OKS. I saw the same pattern repeating itself when crude oil prices dragged down the entire MLP sector. I knew MLPs prices would snap back so I backed up the truck.
MLPs are buy and hold securities they are not for day trading. MLP unit prices can still go up 50% from where we are today over the next 12 months. If you are still sitting on the sidelines you better buy RRMS now. A year from now you'll be very glad that you did!