Robert Baillieul, B.Comm.
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The Last Place for High Yields It’s an income desert out there. Bank accounts yield next to nothing. Bond payouts barely top two percent. Blue-chip stocks used to pay good income, but after a nine-year bull market, the yield on.
This Stock Now Pays 12.1% Readers sometimes ask why I recommend stocks that recently cut their dividends. It’s a reasonable concern. Strong companies, by and large, boost their payouts, so slashing the distribution probably signals that something is wrong. Dividend.
This Income Stock Yields 9% I like investing in “payday loans.” These short-term payments typically come with some of the highest interest rates around. By serving as the lender of last resort, payday loan companies can collect triple-digit interest rates..
Partnership Pays a 12% Yield Readers often ask, “Why do you recommend stocks with shaky dividend histories?” It’s a fair question. Great companies usually have long histories of growing distributions, so it seems odd to skip this criteria when picking.
HCLP Boosts Its Dividend 233% Today’s chart highlights one of my favorite ways to spot top dividend stocks: “pick-and-shovel” businesses. Rather than betting everything on a single project, these firms provide tools and services to a booming industry. In many.
These Stocks Yield Up to 15.3% Struggling to find cheap stocks after a nine-year bull market? Maybe you should try searching through the 52-week low list. This group represents the stock market’s sales rack. No doubt that some of these.
Where to Find Yields of Up to 42% Did you see this story? Last year, President Donald Trump undertook the largest overhaul of the U.S. tax code. Trump’s plan included measures to assist seniors, slash tax rates, and simplify filing.
Milk This Stock for a 15.3% Yield If you want to earn safe, high yields, then you want to start assembling a portfolio of “cash cow” businesses. As long-time readers know, cash cows represent mature operations. Because these firms have.
Big Profits in…Storage Space? Many Baby Boomers now want to downsize their lifestyle and move into retirement. But selling a home and moving into a smaller dwelling presents one big challenge: What do you do with all that stuff? My.
Should This Indicator Have Investors Worried? One of the most common questions that family and friends ask me concerns the coming trade war and potential stock market crash in 2018. “Countries around the world are putting up trade barriers,” one.