NYMT Stock Offers a Jaw-Dropping Payout For investors looking for big capital gains, New York Mortgage Trust Inc (NASDAQ:NYMT) once didn’t seem to provide much. A year ago, the stock was trading around $6.00 per share. Today, it’s at $6.02..
How Safe Is Your Retirement From Meddling Bureaucrats? August 21 will go down as an ordinary day for most investors. But in one quiet corner of the bond market, something groundbreaking happened. Before the opening bell in Europe, Germany issued.
Value Stocks Back in Vogue As I’ve been expecting for years, the world is now flocking toward value stocks. Last month, value companies, a distinction given to stocks with low multiples and stable fundamentals, crushed their growth counterparts. The Russell.
This Market Niche Pays Reliable Retirement Income Struggling to generate reliable retirement income? You’re not alone. Thanks to today’s low interest rates, thousands of retirees now labor to make ends meet. Income hunters have ventured into all sorts of investments.
Little-Known Investment Pays George Soros Double-Digit Yields George Soros is one of the best investors on the planet. Back in 1969, the financier founded the Quantum Fund. And over the following years, investors in this firm averaged more than 30%.
Why Recessions Are Actually Good Things I don’t know if there’s something in the water or what, but in the past few months, I’ve received lots of questions about a looming recession. Hey, maybe there is something in the water..
Why I Moved 1,000 Miles From Wall Street People laughed when I decided to move from the center of finance to a maritime city on the Canadian east coast. Residents of Halifax—population about 400,000—are more apt to chat about lobster.
Collect Reliable Rental Income From These Five Top REITs Have you ever considered buying a rental property? You’re not alone. Many people have thought about buying investment real estate until they consider the hassle of dealing with tenants: shoveling driveways,.
Looking for a Rock-Solid Dividend Stock? Read This If you’ve been following this column, you’d know that, as a conservative income investor, I’m a big fan of financial institutions in Canada. The reason is simple: while the U.S. has some.
A High-Yield Stock Investors Can Count on Considering that most dividend stocks pay less than four percent, a 6.2% annual yield should already be enough to get income investors’ attention. What’s even better is that this 6.2% yielder has been.