- Investors who own Master Limited Partnership (MLP) dedicated index exchange traded products are facing a critical problem, and they may not even know it.
- Since 2014, the number of midstream companies structured as MLPs has slowly and steadily decreased.
- Midstream companies structured as C-Corporations (C-Corps) now account for nearly 40% of the market capitalization of the investible midstream universe.
- What should investors do about it? Consider an index, and an investment product that tracks it, that seek to identify and select C-Corps and MLPs which we believe best represent U.S. midstream energy fundamentals, agnostic of entity structure.
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