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Focus on Undervalued Distribution Growth

Despite a challenging year for ethane and propane prices, this midstream MLP still managed to meet its target for double-digit distribution growth. With the price of these natural gas liquids bottoming out and an impressive slate of expansion projects on the horizon, the latest addition to our Focus List should deliver distribution growth of 10 percent to 12 percent in 2013.

Strategy Session

With the stock market due for a 10 percent to 15 percent pullback after its extended rally (the topic of my recent appearance on CNBC), we’ve opted to book gains on some of the stocks in our Focus List. As a replacement, we highlight an undervalued name that has the scope to grow its quarterly payout by at least 10 percent in 2013.

We also update our outlook for Linn Energy LLC (NSDQ: LINE) after delving into the upstream operator’s fourth-quarter results and factoring in its agreement to acquire Berry Petroleum (NYSE: BRY). 

02/21/13: A Game-Changing Acquisition

This morning, Focus List holding Linn Energy LLC (NSDQ: LINE) announced solid fourth-quarter results and the $4.3 billion acquisition of Berry Petroleum (NYSE: BRY)–the first-ever acquisition of a publicly traded exploration and production company by an upstream master limited partnership.

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