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John Edwards joined Credit Suisse in April 2012 as a director and senior equity research analyst covering publicly traded MLPs involved in energy and energy infrastructure along with pipeline companies and companies that own the general partners to energy MLPs. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Edwards was senior vice president and senior equity research analyst for Morgan Keegan & Company Inc. Edwards also worked in equities research with Deutsche Bank securities as a vice president and senior analyst covering natural gas pipelines. He received his Bachelor of Arts in economics from Occidental College and a Master of Business Administration from California State University, Fullerton. He is a member of the Financial Analysts Society of Houston, Texas.
Play Defense and Offense with MLPs: John Edwards (6/21/12) Where does an investor go for income in an environment where interest rates are in the pits? Credit Suisse Senior Analyst and Director John Edwards follows a sector encompassing what he believes is the purest form of capitalism, the midstream oil and gas master limited partnerships (MLPs). He has staked out a short list of highly defensive plays that are less sensitive to commodity price fluctuations even as they grow income and weather the effects of economic catastrophe. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Edwards brings his best names to the forefront.
MVP Energy MLPs: John Edwards (1/10/12) John Edwards, first vice president covering energy infrastructure master limited partnerships for Morgan Keegan, is bullish for 2012 and well beyond. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Edwards highlights how this sector pairs a low-volatility asset class with stable, secure distributions—a rare combination in today's markets.
John Edwards: Looking at MLPs for the Long Term (1/18/11) Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) have lagged behind the broader market so far this year and their performance could be tempered until the second half, according to John Edwards, a senior MLP analyst with Morgan Keegan. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Edwards explains why yield spreads aren't driving his conservative forecast.