ET Stock Offers a Jaw-Dropping Payout
With the latest downturn in oil prices, energy stocks have been heavily sold off. As a result, their dividend yields have climbed.
Of course, beaten-down high yielders aren’t really known for their dividend safety..
This High-Yield Stock Could Be Special
In today’s market, a dividend yield approaching 10% looks far from being the safest bet. And that’s why, even though everyone wants to earn oversized passive income, most risk-averse income investors tend to stay.
Looking for a Double-Digit Yield? Read This
Hunting for yield is not easy in today’s low-interest-rate environment.
Any stock that pays more than five percent is going to get put under the microscope, and if it’s anything solid, investors will.
A High-Yield Stock to Think About
When it comes to stocks yielding eight percent or more, few look as solid as this one. I’m talking about Energy Transfer LP (NYSE:ET), a master limited partnership (MLP) headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
David Tepper Pouring Millions Into This Top Dividend Stock
David Tepper has made a living buying hated stocks.
The billionaire investor founded Appaloosa Management in 1993. Over the following decades, Tepper delivered double-digit annual returns for his clients by buying.
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