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    Can a partnership be publicly traded? Give example.

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    Can a partnership be traded as a publicly traded organization? How can you find one? Give example.

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    Yes!

    Here is a description from http://www.naptp.org/Navigation/PTP101/PTP101_Main.htm :

    "A publicly traded partnership (PTP) is exactly what its name suggests: a limited partnership the interests in which (known as "units") are traded on public exchanges, just like corporate stock. PTPs are also commonly known as master limited ...

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