Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
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If You Are Looking for Yield, Read This “With a safe yield of 13%, TPVG stock provides a unique opportunity for investors looking to profit from the fast-growing tech sector.” That’s what I told readers of Income Investors in December.
1 High-Yield Stock to Think About This company doesn’t make headlines very often, but it offers one of the biggest yields in today’s market. I’m talking about AG Mortgage Investment Trust Inc (NYSE:MITT), a real estate investment trust (REIT) headquartered.
Is GMRE a High-Yield Stock Worthy of Attention? It’s no secret that most investors who buy high-yield stocks are looking for income. But every once in a while, yield hunters may come across a high-dividend company that also has strong.
A Dividend Hike on the Horizon? If you think dividend stocks are boring, think again. Over the past 12 months, dividend giant Verizon Communications Inc.‘s (NYSE:VZ) stock surged 23%, beating the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 Index, and.
Stick with Dividend Growth Stocks “If a company can keep paying you dividends and increasing them over time, you should be in no rush to sell.” That’s what I told readers of Income Investors at the beginning of 2019. At.
SJR Stock: A Top Monthly Dividend Stock Risk-averse income investors are no strangers to diversifying. Yet for the most part, they have been shopping only in the U.S., as it is home to some of the world’s most solid dividend-paying.
This Ultra-High Yielder Looks Interesting The U.S. stock market had a strong start to 2019, with the S&P 500, the Nasdaq Composite, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average all making double-digit gains in the first quarter. And as you would.
JNJ Is Still a Top Dividend Growth Stock If you don’t like the volatility in the stock market, you might want to consider Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ). Now, this might not seem that clear at first. JNJ stock took a.
This Company Offers a Staggeringly High Payout For income investors just starting out, one of the most important things to keep in mind is that a high dividend yield isn’t always a sign of strength. For instance, a high-yield company.
On the Hunt for Income? Read This How does a 5.9% yield sound? Well, given that the average S&P 500 company pays just 1.9% at the time of this writing, I’d say a 5.9% annual dividend yield sounds pretty good..