This Double-Digit Yielder Looks Interesting
In recent years, high-yield energy stocks didn’t really have the best reputation. Due to a downturn in commodity prices, many oil and gas companies had no choice but to slash their dividends.
And because investors.
Is This Yield Safe?
A high-yield stock is a bit like a keeping a bowl of leftover Halloween candy on your desk—it’s so tempting.
So it’s no surprise that Green Plains Partners LP (NASDAQ:GPP) represents one of the most requested.
A Not-So-Perfect High-Yield Stock
In a market where the average S&P 500 company pays less than two percent, a double-digit dividend yield looks too good to be true. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that most ultra-high yielders are.
Can You Trust This 10.7% Yield?
Green Plains Partners LP (NASDAQ:GPP) wants to do a lot of good, both for the country and for unitholders.
The master limited partnership (MLP) stores and transports plant-based ethanol fuels to be burned in.
A Top Dividend Growth Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered
Despite what mainstream economists have been saying, inflation is actually happening. This means that for income investors, collecting a steady dividend might not be enough. In order to maintain the same.
A Top High-Yield Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered
The hottest industries are not known for producing the highest-yielding stocks. The reason is simple: when people go after the most popular tickers, prices get bid up, causing their dividend yields to.
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