New Residential Investment Stock
Can You Trust New Residential Investment Corp’s 12% Yield? Dividend hunters have flocked to a new corner of the stock market in their search for yield: real estate investment trusts (REITs). Through the first three weeks of January, investors poured.
A High-Yield Stock to Think About During the holiday season, there’s usually not that much going on in the stock market. But for those who are hunting for oversized dividends, there might be a high-yield opportunity that’s worth considering before.
“Alternative Banks” Make for Great High-Yield Stocks Income hunters searching for high-yield stocks should give this quiet industry a second look: “alternative banks.” My colleague Jing Pan coined the term to describe the growing industry officially known as mortgage real.
Can You Trust This High-Yield Stock’s 12.9% Dividend? Most high-yield stocks should have a warning label that reads, “DANGER: This Could Be Hazardous to Your Wealth.” In fact, I sometimes describe these stocks as the “cigarettes” of the dividend investing.
Is This 11.7% Yield Safe? You can make a lot more money investing in “pick-and-shovel” businesses than betting on a booming industry itself. Pick-and-shovel firms provide tools and services to a thriving sector, rather than betting everything on a single.
Can You Count on This Payout? I write off most high-yield stocks that cross my desk. But every so often you find one that looks interesting. Today’s post is about the latter. New Residential Investment Corp (NYSE:NRZ) pays a quarterly.
A High-Yield Stock Worth Thinking About When tech stocks are making double-digit moves every other day, dividends of a few percent don’t seem like much. But what if the dividends are in the double-digits? Well, that would certainly get our.
Can You Trust This Payout? I skip over most high-yield stocks that cross my desk. In most cases, a double-digit payout suggests that something has gone seriously wrong with the business. But once in a while, you find a great.
1 High-Yield Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered Due to the U.S. Federal Reserve’s ultra-low interest rate policy, finding safe high-yield stocks has been a challenge for the past several years. Think about it: if a company pays rock-solid dividends with.
Two Dividend Hikes in Less Than a Year This company pays a 12.2% dividend and has raised its payout twice so far this year. I’m looking at New Residential Investment Corp (NYSE:NRZ), a real estate investment trust (REIT) headquartered in.