Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
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Looking for Oversized Yield? Read This It’s no secret that, in the current low-yield environment, stocks with ultra-high dividend yields are not really the safest bets. One could even say that double-digit yielders are more often associated with dividend cuts.
Here’s a High-Yield Stock to Think About Among the stocks that have announced cash returns to investors in 2020, Green Plains Partners LP (NASDAQ:GPP) has got to be one of the most generous ones. On January 16, the board of.
MGA Is a Top Dividend Growth Stock To income investors, few things are better than a company that delivers dividend increases like clockwork. Think about it: when you are a shareholder of such a company, not only will you be.
This High-Yield Stock Looks Interesting If you are after big capital gains, BlackRock TCP Capital Corp (NASDAQ:TCPC) would probably look underwhelming. The stock trades at $14.15 apiece as of this writing, which is about the same as where it was.
This High-Yield Stock Could Be Special For the most part, high-yield stocks come from relatively boring industries. And this shouldn’t come as a surprise. If a company operates in an industry that’s firing on all cylinders, it will likely put.
A High-Yield Stock to Think About If I tell you there’s a stock providing an annual distribution yield of 10%, your first reaction might be, “Is the distribution safe?” Indeed, dividend safety, or rather the lack of it, has been.
Collecting Dividends From the Booming E-Commerce Industry? Seeing the e-commerce industry firing on all cylinders, everyone wants a piece of the action. To give you an idea, Amazon.com, Inc.’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) share price skyrocketed 1,280% from 2010 to 2019, making it.
A High-Yield Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered If you ask income investors what kind of energy stocks they want to own, the most popular answer will likely be midstream companies. The reason is simple: running pipelines and storage terminals is.
This Energy Stock Raised Its Payout Again What size do you want for your distribution hike? That is, of course, a rhetorical question. It’s like an employee being asked how big of a bump they want to get in their.
A Monthly Dividend Stock You Likely Haven’t Heard of If you’re looking for monthly dividend stocks, you’ll likely find quite a few of them in the real estate sector. This shouldn’t come as a surprise. Real estate investment trusts (REITs).