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EARN Stock Is in Record Territory Despite rising long-term interest rates, a steepening yield curve, and increased interest-rate volatility, Ellington Residential Mortgage REIT (NYSE:EARN) has performed well since the start of 2021. As of this writing, Ellington Residential Mortgage stock.
MVO Stock Could Be Worth the Risk/Reward Trade-Off You can’t judge a book by its cover. You also can’t judge a stock by its company’s web site. Take, for instance, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.B). The $660.0-billion multinational run by Warren.
AM Stock: Strong Dividends & Stock Growth It’s easy to find a mediocre stock with a high dividend yield that magically gets higher as its underlying share price drops. There’s no better way to destroy wealth than to invest in.
SRLP Stock at Record Levels & Positioned to Grow With a market cap of just $695.6 million, Sprague Resources LP (NYSE:SRLP) is relatively small, compared to other stocks in the oil and gas refining and marketing industry. So it’s not.
Pembina Pipeline Corp Set to Become Pipeline Behemoth When it comes to midstream oil and gas companies, Pembina Pipeline Corp (NYSE:PBA) was already an industry giant that should have been on investors’ radar. But the company’s recently announced blockbuster acquisition.
Lumen Technologies Stock: Big Dividends & Strong Stock Growth Technology stocks aren’t known for big dividends. That’s because most tech companies aren’t making any money. And the big tech companies that are profitable are pretty miserly with their dividends. If.
Enterprise Products Partners L.P. Gains Traction as U.S. Economy Reopens For years now, interest rates have been near record lows, which means the Federal Reserve has effectively eliminated “income” from income investing. As a result, income-starved investors have been turning.
Kick the Fed to the Curb With ARR Stock Over the decades, investors looking for a financial safety net in their retirement turned to reliable fixed-income vehicles like treasuries, bonds, and certificates of deposit (CDs). That doesn’t work anymore. Yields.
CTO Stock Up 25% in 2021; Still Pays Frothy Dividend Interest rates have been near record lows for years now, which means the Federal Reserve has been punishing investors for doing what they’ve been told to do for decades: sock.
TOT Stock Bullish; Up 14% in 2021 With a market cap of $123.5 billion, you’d be hard-pressed to say that Total SE (NYSE:TOT) is an overlooked energy giant. But it’s not exactly a stock that gets discussed around the water.