The link between MLPs and Freedom Checks

The term Freedom Checks has been in the mouth of many investors in recent months. There has been too much talk about it although not all of it has been healthy. Some people who have not researched what it is all about have been spreading the wrong information. As a result, there has been a debate about the legitimacy of this idea. Whether it is a scam or not is something that has been discussed in details. However, after all the discussion, the truth remains that Freedom Checks are legitimate and it only that the people who do not understand what it is all about are shouting the loudest.

Introducing MLPs

Those who question this idea are those who have never heard about Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs). These are businesses which make the Freedom Checks a reality. The main reason why most of us have never heard about MLPs is that we depend a lot on what brokers offer us. When an idea is not popular among brokers, we also tend to miss out. The fact is, there are businesses known as MLPs which operate in the United States but under slightly different regulation from normal companies.

MLPs Regulations

MLPs are companies mainly in the energy sector. These companies mainly deal with manufacturing, processing, storage, and transportation of natural resources. They are required by law to get 90 percent of their revenue from within the United States. This is where the difference between these businesses and the rest come in. MLPs have restriction while others do not.

There are about 575 MLPs in the United States. Some of them are vibrant and offer valuable investment opportunities. It is upon the investor to pick the company that offers the best opportunities. When picking the company to invest in, the same criteria that apply in the stock market applies. How much one reaps from the MLPs will depend on the company that one chooses.

The idea of Freedom Checks was created by Matt Badiali, an expert on natural resources. He is the author of the Real Wealth Strategist newsletter which is published under the Banyan Hill Publishing.

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