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Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP)

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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31.75+0.50 (+1.59%)
As of 10:27AM EST. Market open.
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  • D
    Dave
    Not seeing a news release but seeing an alert in my Fidelity account as follows: “AMLP will pay a dividend of $0.76 on 11/18/21”. Says the Ex-Date is 11/10/21. If accurate, will be a nice bump in divvy.
  • O
    OldTechy
    Qtrly dividends increased to $0.76
    Share Price tumbles < $1.00 >
    what am I missing?
  • T
    Todd
    i was buying this when oil hit zero, been great income
    Bullish
  • B
    BrianF
    Do you have to do a K-1 tax form annually?
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    AMLP is down 4.94% to 32.34
  • D
    Dick
    I think this has room to run as their holding in the 18 or so MLP’s report their earnings. I expect this to hit $40 in the next couple of months.
  • C
    Carlos
    Shorts must be scrambling to cover on this honey. After the massive upside on Natural Gas, all its value chain and related business will benefit. Long AMLP!
    Bullish
  • D
    Dick
    We should see $38-40 by end of month.
  • B
    Bill
    The positive news has already been reacted to by the price anybody buying now is too late for serious growth
  • D
    Dick
    Monster move in oil and NG should move this much higher in the next few weeks.
  • D
    Dick
    When all their holding report this should move up nicely.
  • S
    SteveGbongo
    Wow.......this stock may actually get back to where I bought it
  • d
    dc
    and now comes the share price move up and divi increases, NG cycle is bullish for year or 2 possibly more
  • A
    Alma_D_Elder
    Drove to LA this weekend. Freeways are clogged again. People are traveling. Long lines at COSTCO gas station. I'm HOLDING my position in AMLP.
  • r
    ray
    AMLP should report distributions tomarrow- they may increase pay out by .01-.02!
  • O
    OldTechy
    annoyed, confused ... AMLP down .99% when CRUDE UP nearly 1.0%
    -- NO news why 3 of top 10 holdings DOWN over 2%
    I would sure like to read explanations about this in reliable independent sources.
    am getting a bit uncertain .... probably time to let some go.
  • R
    Red
    "The dividend is payable on November 21, 2019 to shareholders of record on November 15, 2019. Based on current financial information, the distribution is estimated to consist of 100% return of capital".

    How can a fund that only holds income producing assets not have any income to cover the dividend? The dividend is 100% return of capital!
  • f
    festfan
    Just an observation about AMLP: Since its inception on Aug. 25, 2010, this ETF's share price has never dropped below 7.77, and it hit that low on Feb. 11, 2016. The energy sector has suffered recessionary pricing for more than three years, but recessions like bull markets don't last forever. AMLP's share price today is 8.77, a buck off its all-time low. Crude oil and natural gas are much maligned, yet our planet's population is still growing and developing countries — including the U.S. — will demand more energy sources to fuel their economies despite a long-term push to greener consumables. Often the best investing plays are counter intuitive. I've started accumulating AMLP below 9.00. Your thoughtful opinions welcome.
    Bullish
  • p
    peter m
    Yup, drove down the highway today and all I could see were Tesla’s. Not one gas powered vehicle in sight. Oh, I’m sorry, that was a dream, yeah there were a ton of 18 wheelers, SUV’s and plenty of gas eating cars. Maybe 5 years from now we will probably notice a change but not today or tomorrow or even next year.
  • R
    Robert
    I like the idea of electric cars, there are technically cool and simple devices, BUT one issue I never see discussed is where is all the electricity going to come from. It's not free and windmills and solar panels are not going to create enough. It's a matter of Megawatts.

    First I'll admit that this calculation is not accurate, but give an error or plus or minus 50% it's still a big number. To replace the 9.5 million gallons of gasoline consumed everyday will take about 416 (1000megawatt) nuclear reactors. Nukes are the most power dense means of generating the amount of power that will be needed. In todays culture we could not build one nuclear reactor let alone 416.

    I'm sure the replies here will pick my assumption apart, the point is the scale of electrical power needed is not available today and the political environment will not permit the build out of the scale needed.

    Also this does not include diesel consumption.

    Cheers,
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