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Can You Count on This 12.8% Yield? In an era when the average S&P 500 company pays less than two percent, a yield of over 10% simply seems too good to be true. But investors shouldn’t just ignore double-digit yielders.
Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. Hikes Distribution I coined the acronym “ROCK” to describe businesses with Recurring revenues, Outstanding margins, Capital-light operations, and a Kingpin position. Those features allow ROCK companies to generate gargantuan free cash flow and pay out growing.
What About This Dividend Growth Stock? In an era when most companies don’t even pay four percent in dividends, a 6.8% annual yield makes a stock stand out. What’s even more impressive is that this 6.8% yielder has been giving.
Why JPMorgan Chase & Co. Surged 12% Last Month If you want to make a lot of money in the stock market, it pays to bet on the right jockey. Longtime readers know I’m a fan of America’s big banks,.
A High-Yield Stock You May Have Never Heard Of Most people have never heard of Saratoga Investment Corp (NYSE:SAR), but the company stands as one of the most attractive high-yield stocks in today’s market. Headquartered in New York City, Saratoga.
Why LMT Stock Deserves Income Investors’ Attention It’s no secret that defense contractors have been doing quite well for themselves. And investors want a piece of the action. Thanks to increased investor enthusiasm toward the industry, quite a few aerospace.
Should Income Investors Bet on NGL Energy Partners LP? In my medicine cabinet, I keep a dependable weapon against colds and flu: a certain cough syrup that tastes like gym socks and has the consistency of expired milk. One tablespoon.
Collect an 8.3% Yield From Office Properties Income Trust Do you hate tax season, too? Every April, I pull out a mountain of paperwork from my desk drawer. The pile gets so high, I can’t see over the top of.
A High-Yield Monthly Dividend Stock to Think About In this day and age, the vast majority of dividend-paying companies follow a quarterly distribution schedule, meaning shareholders have to wait three months between dividend checks. And that’s why more and more.
Borrowing to Invest? Not Smart. I received a question from a subscriber about borrowing to invest: “Rob, my wife and I received a $60,000 inheritance a year ago. We have about $30,000 in debt. Our advisor suggests investing the entire.