The Midstream Sector: A Tax-Efficient Income Superstar
In 2020, energy was just 2% of the S&P 500. It has since surged, with some experts believing it could reach 30% by 2025. But energy is not just about oil and gas. With its robust dividends and attractive tax position, the middle ground remains murky for some investors. Energy infrastructures have several qualities that set them apart from the rest of the energy universe. Understanding these nuances could be very important, as energy closes the gap with technology in terms of investment importance.
For investors looking for reliable income, access to a growth-ready part of the market – like the midstream sector – can be an attractive option. Join VettaFi’s Head of Energy Research, Stacey Morris, CFA, and ALP experts as they unpack the midstream, clarify how MLPs work, and articulate an energy infrastructure strategy that could fuel a portfolio in these times. uncertain.
Morris is a frequent guest of Nate Geraci Prime ETFs and one recognized voice in the field of energy which contributes regularly to writing and research. To underscore the importance of the median space, Morris noted that “despite last week’s macroeconomic volatility, the fundamental picture of the median has not changed. The weak stock performance reflects a risk-free environment, concerns regarding the global economy having weighed on energy commodities, she added: “It is important to note that MLPs and intermediaries have held up better than major energy benchmarks and other energy sub-sectors. over the past week, given the defensive qualities of the middlemen.”
Find out why the half-wayIt is the paying model and the potential for dividends make it well placed to sail today difficult markets by join Morris and Paul B.AIohvsvshI, Chief ETF Strategist at SS&C ALPS Advisors. VettaFi editor-in-chief Lara Crigger will host the conversation.
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