Office Properties Income Trust Pays a Safe 7% Yield Another year is on the books and another record dividend is on the way from this company. As longtime readers know, inclusion in my Income Investors column is reserved for safe,.
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.
The Best Income Stocks of 2020? Back in 2006, bank CDs paid five percent, bonds delivered respectable yields, and the notion of negative interest rates seemed absurd. Retirees back then wouldn’t recognize the world now. Rock-bottom interest rates, a consequence.
Gold Mining Company Delivering a Giant Dividend Increase With the possibility of a war between the U.S. and Iran, gold is getting some renewed investor interest. However, even with heightened uncertainty, no one can say for sure whether the uptrend.
Can You Trust Annaly Capital Management’s Distribution? If you want to earn more investment income, it sometimes pays to pick through an unpopular corner of the stock market: dividend cutters. Okay, I know what you might be thinking. Companies loath.
The Best High-Yield Stocks for 2020 What is a high-yield stock? Well, generally speaking, it’s a stock with a dividend yield that’s higher than the yield of a benchmark average. One of the most-used benchmarks is the 10-year U.S. Treasury.
These High-Yield Stocks Pay Safe, Growing Dividends Right now, there’s a group of high-yield stocks with payouts between 6.1% and 11.8%. These oil “toll bridges” enjoy steady demand, even in recessions. Their shares are easy to buy and sell; they.
LMT Stock Could Become a Dividend Giant Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE:LMT) has been a hot ticker recently, gaining 5.5% since the beginning of 2020. But this shouldn’t come as a surprise; the Bethesda, Maryland-based aerospace and defense company has been.
Top Dividend Stocks to Maximize Your Retirement Income Dividend stocks are great sources of retirement income. But most of them come with one big drawback: quarterly payouts. That’s fine for us still in the workforce. But for people counting on.
Should Investors Consider This Staggering Yield? With valuations still bloated in the U.S. stock market, dividend yields continue to stay at subdued levels. And that’s why today I want to talk to you about Alliance Resource Partners, L.P. (NASDAQ:ARLP). Unless.