A High-Yield Stock Most People Have Never Heard Of
If you’ve been following dividend stocks long enough, you’d know that the highest yielders are usually not the safest bets.
Time after time, people put their hard-earned money into the highest-yielding.
Few Companies Pay as Much as This One
In an era where most companies pay less than five percent, an ultra-high dividend yield often turns out to be a by-product of plunging share price. And for the most part, that.
Little-Known Stock Provides a Big Payout
Today’s chart highlights one of the most generous dividend-paying companies in the current stock market: Apollo Investment Corp. (NASDAQ:AINV).
To most people, Apollo Investment Corp. isn’t a familiar name. That’s because the company doesn’t.
This Stock Now Yields 11.3%
To earn bigger yields, investors have to be willing to take bigger risks.
You won’t find many safe double-digit payouts just sitting around. Yield hunters have to venture out into lesser-known industries, like master limited.
Income Investors Should Consider This 10% Dividend Yield
Investing in the current market may be difficult because all the major indices are trading at or near all-time highs. To make things even more difficult, the current low-interest-rate environment makes alternative.
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