Quiet Business Pays 7% Yield A five-hour drive from Dallas sits a small town in the middle of the West Texas plains. A picture of the high school football team hangs in almost every shop window. As the sole community.
Macy’s Inc Stock Is Soaring “If Macy’s can unlock the value of its giant real estate portfolio, it could become a catalyst for the beaten-down Macy’s stock.” That’s what I told readers of Income Investors earlier this year. In that.
Wealthy Investors Buying This I think you’ll argee with me when I say: The government has printed too much money. Years of deficits have propped up the economy, which has finally resulted in soaring inflation across the county. As a.
This Overlooked Dividend Growth Stock Provides a Generous Payout Today’s article highlights one of the highest yielding dividend growth stocks in the market, Holly Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE:HEP). In an era where the average S&P 500 company pays less than.
Can a 14.3% Yield Possibly Be Safe? For yield-seeking investors, few things are better than a 14.3% annual payout. But in an era when a four percent dividend can be considered high-yield, a double-digit yield just seems too good to.
If You Want to Collect Recession-Proof Dividends, Read This Things look pretty good for income investors at the moment. The economy is booming, corporate profits are soaring, and the new tax reform has led to quite a few dividend increases..
1 Large-Cap High Yielder to Consider Large-cap stocks have been the bread and butter of many income investors’ portfolios. The reason is simple: for companies to command huge market capitalizations, they often need entrenched positions in their operating markets. And.
Today’s post drives home a theme we repeat over and over on Income Investors: You can make exciting returns in boring stocks. Longtime readers know we love simple businesses. Companies that “sell the basics” often make great long-term investments, given.
Is This 15.7% Yield Safe? Let me start by stating the obvious: you have to dig really hard to find a decent yield nowadays. After a 10-year bull market, most stocks look pretty expensive. You can, however, still find value.
Is This Beaten-Down Stock About to Make a Turnaround? Because dividend yield moves inversely to share price, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that beaten-down stocks can offer some of the highest payouts. Take Buckeye Partners, L.P. (NYSE:BPL), for instance..