Genesis Energy Stock
Why Investors Are Set to Gain From GEL Stock Rising or falling oil prices don’t really affect midstream oil and gas companies like Genesis Energy, L.P. (NYSE:GEL). That’s because upstream companies sign fee-based take-or-pay contracts to use their infrastructure. Case.
Little-Known Stock with a Big Yield Most people have never heard of Genesis Energy, L.P. (NYSE:GEL), yet it’s one of the highest-yielding stocks in today’s market. The partnership will be mailing out the next round of distribution checks soon. To.
Looking to Earn an Ultra-High Dividend Yield? Read This To yield-seeking investors, few stocks look more attractive than Genesis Energy, L.P. (NYSE:GEL). The partnership might not make headlines often in the financial media, but it offers a yield that’s higher.
This Double-Digit Yielder Deserves a Look As I’ve said plenty of times in this column, income investors should always approach double-digit yielders with caution. The reason is simple: when most companies can’t come up with a five-percent payout, a dividend.
Receive a 10.9% Yield from This Top Dividend Stock The best dividend-paying stocks are those that, of course, offer a high dividend yield, as well as gradually grow their payout per share. These income stocks are true dividend-paying gems. A.
Collect Rising Payouts from This High-Yield Stock In today’s market, high-yield stocks are not known to be the safest investments. But investors willing to do the research can still find solid companies with decent returns. Today’s top dividend stock, for.
Genesis Energy, L.P. Is a High-Dividend Stock The stock market is soaring past its all-time high. Even the blue-chip dividend stocks have made impressive gains, pushing their yields lower. But it’s not the end of the world for dividend investors..
Dividend Investors Should Take a Look at GEL Stock You might not have heard of Genesis Energy, L.P. (NYSE:GEL), but this master limited partnership (MLP) has been rewarding dividend investors with high yields for quite some time. For those not.
While many oil patch firms are still deep in the doldrums, one energy partnership is increasing its already-impressive payout to income investors. On Thursday, July 7, Genesis Energy, L.P. (NYSE:GEL) announced a quarterly distribution of $0.69 per common unit for.