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From their website:

"An MLP is a partnership whose partnership interests (called units) trade like stock on a public exchange. An MLP is required to distribute all of its "Available Cash" to its partners each quarter. MLPs are generally valued for their distribution yield (i.e. annual distribution divided by unit price), their growth prospects and their tax deferral (because only a portion of annual distributions are taxable). An MLP is operated by a general partner that can be either a public or private company."

I would suggest calling or emailing them and asking them directly for an investor's kit and answers to your questions. It's the least they could do.

(713) 369-9490
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