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Dan Duncan was a giant in the energy business and an innovator in the master limited partnership space. The wealth he created for investors through Enterprise Products Partners LP (NYSE: EPD) and other partnerships will be his legacy.
Safe dividends and steady growth: Electric utilities have largely been left out of the post-March 2009 market party, but the six heavyweights in the UF Portfolio are solid ways to build wealth over time. At these levels they represent great value.
Utility stocks reported strong 2009 financial results. Those we hold in the Utility Forecaster Portfolio are set to generate gains through 2010 and well beyond.
Canadian income trust conversions continue. Most management teams are making the transition without cutting distributions. It's clear that a high payout is key to their competing for capital.
Windstream Corp (NYSE: WIN) is one of the highest-yielding, most stable rural telecoms out there. Management continues to add cash-generating assets that will support a healthy dividend for years to come.
The last CE Portfolio company to report fourth-quarter and full-year 2009 results met the high end of its forecast for distributable cash, and it left little question about its ability to continue as a high-yielding powerhouse.
Box office records mean riches for Hollywood’s famous. Here’s how to get your own piece of that action.
Canada is often overlooked when it comes to global-scale stories. But data reported by Statistics Canada last week suggest the world is now paying attention to the Great White North.
A year into a massive rally in global markets, investors are understandably worried about stocks. Unfortunately, many are pouring funds into a far bigger potential bubble: the bond market.
Three more Canadian Edge Portfolio recommendations have reported fourth-quarter and full-year 2010 results. All three generated cash flow to support distributions and growth, in 2010 and beyond.