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"EFR is guiding to exit the year with ~526 Klb U3O8 in inventory; this will set the company up nicely to meet sales contracts in 2014." (11/15/13) Energy Fuels Inc. - Colin Healey, Haywood Securities Moreá>
Companies Commented On
- Alerian MLP ETF
- American Manganese Inc.
- Atlas Pipeline Partners L.P.
- Atlas Resource Partners L.P.
- BreitBurn Energy Partners L.P.
- El Paso Pipeline Partners L.P.
- Enbridge Energy Partners L.P.
- Energy Transfer Partners L.P.
- Global X Lithium ETF
- Global X MLP ETF
- Global X Uranium ETF
- Inergy L.P.
- Kinder Morgan Energy Partners L.P.
- Magellan Midstream Partners L.P.
- MarkWest Energy Partners L.P.
- ONEOK Partners L.P.
- Plains All American Pipeline L.P.
- Uranerz Energy Corp.
- Uranium Energy Corp.
- Williams Partners L.P.
- Yorkville High-Income MLP ETF
Bruno del Ama
Bruno del Ama is the co-founder and chief executive officer of Global X Funds, a New York-based provider of exchange-traded funds that facilitates access to investment opportunities across global markets. Founded in 2008, Global X Funds has been ranked by BlackRock as the fastest-growing ETF company in the world in 2010 and received awards as the most innovative ETF provider by its peers in both North America and Europe. Before co-founding the firm, del Ama served as head of operations in the structured products business at Radian Asset Assurance. Prior to that, he was a senior consultant at Oliver Wyman advising leading financial services firms in a range of strategy matters. He earned his Master's of Business Administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and is a CFA charter holder.
Bruno del Ama: Junior MLPs Are Undervalued and Ready for Growth (2/7/13) Master limited partnerships (MLPs) aren't just pipeline builders, nor are they all large caps. Bruno del Ama, CEO and co-founder of Global X Funds, sees significant value in junior MLPs anchored to exploration, production and storage as well as transportation. In this interview with The Energy Report, del Ama talks about a rare bottom-floor opportunity to profit while avoiding the tax and bookkeeping pitfalls of MLP investing.
Bruno del Ama: Do ETFs Offer Value for MLPs? (10/16/12) Bruno del Ama is co-founder and CEO of Global X, which has recently rolled out its own MLP ETF. But as del Ama asserts, how to gain exposure to this promising asset class is really a matter of investor preference. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, del Ama explains the differing structures of popular MLP ETFs on the market and names the MLP stocks that are delivering success.
Bruno del Ama: Fertilizer Is a Growing Business (9/27/11) It may not sparkle or shine, but fertilizer has a bright future. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Bruno del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, tells us why investors should be looking at this "growing" industry and how his company's new global fertilizer and potash ETF (NYSE:SOIL) provides a great vehicle for profit. He also tells us why his company's gold and silver mining ETFs are poised to catch up with precious metal market performance.
"ZC has an interesting business model; it scours various countries for investments and nurtures a stable of companies." (12/3/13) Zimtu Capital Corp. - The Mining Report Interview with Thomas Drolet Moreá>
"Of note is SYH, which has properties in the Patterson Lake South area and is part of the Western Athabasca Syndicate." (12/3/13) Skyharbour Resources Ltd. - The Mining Report Interview with Thomas Drolet Moreá>
"MVN's Alberta assets can help support cash flow and operations while the company continues to develop its large asset base in the southern cone." (11/26/13) Madalena Energy Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Xavier Grunauer Moreá>
"Bringing an alternative pipeline on-line will allow MMT to produce more, generate more cash and at the end of the day, increase its dividend." (11/21/13) Mart Resources Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Amin Haque Moreá>