14.07.2019 18:20:00

Better Buy: Kinder Morgan Canada vs. Chevron

If you're an income investor, deciding between an investment in Kinder Morgan Canada (NASDAQOTH: KMLGF) and Chevron (NYSE: CVX) today might seem easy. The first pays a dividend that's currently yielding 5.6%, easily beating the 3.8% yield of the second.But dividend yield shouldn't be the only factor you consider when looking at these two energy stocks. To decide which one is better for your portfolio, it's necessary to step back and look at the bigger picture. In particular, let's compare them across these five areas.Kinder Morgan Canada is a $1 billion market cap energy company that owns just three assets in Canada -- all in the midstream space. To be fair, $48 billion market cap Kinder Morgan, one of the largest and most diversified midstream companies in North America, owns 70% of it, and that relationship should help it to punch above its weight and compete with larger players. But Kinder Morgan Canada is still a relatively small, narrowly focused energy company.  Continue reading
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