Brian Pacampara, CFA
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Whitestone REIT Has a High Dividend Yield Far too often, income investors become attracted to a stock simply because it has a high dividend yield. But, as I always like to tell our readers, a high dividend yield is only.
Generally speaking, a high dividend yield often comes about after a particular stock has fallen in price. Every now and then, however, a company displays strong stock price momentum and a juicy dividend yield. These situations are especially interesting, because.
This Dividend Yield Stock Is Something to See Regular readers know that I’m always on the hunt for companies with a high dividend yield, consistent payout history, and a sluggish stock price, which makes the income opportunity all the more.
Few things are more attractive to income investors than a high dividend yield. But of course, increased yields usually come with increased risks, so we need to ensure that the fundamentals supporting a company’s dividend are as solid as possible..
I’m always on the prowl for quality stocks showing price weakness, particularly if the slump results in a juicy dividend yield. Propane distributor AmeriGas Partners, L.P. (NYSE:APU), for instance, has been sliding in recent weeks on concerns over rising interest.
Perfect retirement stocks are pretty easy to define. Ideally, you want high-yielding stocks that can provide substantial income, but more importantly, you want those yields to be as stable as possible in order to own a sustainable income stream. But.
Stocks with super-high dividend yields typically have a bunch of risks surrounding them (which is why they have such high yields in the first place). But once in a while, our team at Income Investors comes across a high-dividend-yield stock.
Nothing grabs my attention quite like when a stock with a high dividend yield drops in price, making the income opportunity all the more enticing. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipping company Golar LNG Partners LP (NASDAQ:GMLP), for example, is down.
Video game retailer GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) is having a rough go of it these days. Not only is GME stock feeling the negative effects of weak consumer spending, but it’s also being pressured by the rise of downloadable digital games,.
H & R Block Inc (NYSE:HRB) investors finally have something to smile about. After falling sharply over the past couple of years, shares of the tax preparation specialist soared 15% last Wednesday on a much-needed market-topping earnings report. Management has.