A High-Yield Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered
In today’s market, most ultra-high yielders are not the safest bets. Think about it: when the vast majority of dividend-paying stocks offer yields of less than five percent, a double-digit payout seems too.
Should Investors Consider This Double-Digit Yielder?
Since a company’s dividend yield moves inversely to its share price, chasing the best-performing stocks likely won’t give you the highest yields. But, if you go for the down-and-out stocks, you might worry about.
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