Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs):
A Declining Market

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Date Published: March 30, 2023
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of master limited partnerships, which are business ventures that exist in the form of publicly traded limited partnerships. They combine the tax benefits of private partnerships (profits are only taxed when investors receive distributions) with the liquidity of publicly traded companies. This research addresses their history, market growth, leaders, markets & distribution channels, and predictions for their future use. This research is incorporated into Tiburon's coverage of liquid alternatives and its even broader voverage of alternative investments.

This research addresses the key historical phases of master limited partnerships, including:
  • Emergence Phase
  • Middle Phase
  • Recent Phase
This research defines several sub-product markets of master limited partnerships, including:
  • Energy
  • Real Estate
This research outlines the key markets & distribution channels for master limited partnerships, including:
  • Direct Distribution
  • Financial Advisor Channels
  • Institutional Markets
  • International Markets
And this research makes several future predictions for master limited partnerships, including:
  • Moderate Growth in Master Limited Partnerships
  • Continuing Dominance of Financial Advisor Channels

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