As interest rates continue to stagnate, investors in search of yield have bid up many high-yielding plays to very high levels -- not surprising given the lack of alternatives. Despite the run-ups experienced by almost everything sporting a high dividend yield, there are some potentially undervalued dividend payers out there. Today, analyst Paul Chi shares two upstream oil and gas partnerships that have caught his eye, and why.
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