Robert Baillieul, B.Comm.
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This Stock Yields 7% Americans love a good comeback story. And in the investing world, these stories can present lucrative opportunities. Every so often, companies get into trouble. During these times, you can scoop up great assets paying double-digit yields..
One Top Dividend Stock From the early 1990s through the late 2010s, Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX) represented the textbook definition of a top growth stock. The company expanded across the country and eventually around the world, becoming the largest purveyor of.
Where to Find Yields Today Today’s low (virtually zero-percent) interest rates have hit savers hard. Savings accounts pay out next to nothing. Bonds yield only two or three percent. It has made saving up for retirement a big challenge. At.
This High-Yield REIT Pays 17.5% Americans love a comeback story. And in the financial world, comeback stories can represent lucrative investment opportunities. From time to time, good companies get in trouble. During these periods, you can sometimes lock in a.
If You Want Income, Should You Look Here? I started my career in the wealth management office of a small town. Much to my surprise, some of our richest clients came from rural areas outside of the big cities. A.
Can You Trust This Payout? If you want to earn higher yields, you have to think differently from other investors. Blue-chip dividend stocks don’t cut it anymore. Income hunters need to seek out lesser-known niches like business development corporations (BDCs).
This “Cash Cow” Pays About 11.5% Today, we revisit my favorite place to find big yields: cash cow dividend stocks. As regular readers know, cash cows constitute mature businesses. Because they have little in the way of growth prospects, these.
This Fund Yields 7.6% I love it when I can buy a dollar for $0.80. I have to work hard to make money, so when I see free cash just sitting there, I get pumped up. But we don’t often.
Tiny Company Pays Big Yield Today, we revisit a Texas-based company that’s supplying equipment to a booming industry. As regular readers know, “pick-and-shovel” businesses provide the essential products and services for an industry. In a commodity boom, it’s usually safer.
A Home Run for Investors? It’s the “triple-play” of dividend investing. I love to see companies with outsized margins, growing cash flows, and a long history of dividend payments. Throw in a decent upfront yield, and you have the recipe .