The raging bull market in MLPs shows no signs of slowing. Since the S&P 500 peaked in October of 2007, MLPs have gained more than 33%, while the S&P 500 dropped 25%. YTD, MLPs are up 17%, compared to a loss on the S&P 500.
Jeremy Jones, CFA
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