You may also have hedge fund margin call liquidation as in 2009. The quality of companies like EDP, ETP and KMI has not changed. Sadly this does not change the pain. Stocks never come back as fast as they go down.
Buying the warrants would be like buying an option with an extremely long strike date. Hopefully when liquidation of hedge funds ends there will be a buying frenzy on all of the MLP's. It is unpleasant, most down 30 percent or more, but this has happened before. What strikes me as odd about this board is that there are posters who seem to want people to lose money. These generally are clowns with no real position in the stock. They also sound a bit like uneducated morons.
The issue is almost any MLP is a steal. Most analyst have buys on the majors including KMI with much higher
prices. The average drop is over 30 percent in the last few months. My sense is that the recovery will take
hopefully not years. The market is tying them too closely with the price of oil, albeit that a lower price will affect earnings to some extent.