Well . . . BBEP is over $20, LINE is over $39, QRE is at $18, and VNR is threatening $30. The last time, and every time, that happened, it didn't last. For one thing, management looks at peaks in unit prices as opportunities to hit the equity markets and build liquidity for the next acquisition. Bet that happens in multiple MLP's shortly.
don't mind it going up, to be honest. and if by "everything else" you mean QRE, MEMP and LRE, they are already rebounding and will follow higher in due course. they have to: gas is up, interest rates are staying down - what else can the prices of dull and boring, near-fully hedged gas producers with high yields do but float up?