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Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Articles featuring Dynagas Lng Partners Lp (DLNG):

A 9.8% Yielding Portfolio Beating The Market: The Cash Flow Kingdom Income Portfolio Mid-Year Review

This article is a mid-year update of the Cash Flow Kingdom Income Portfolio previously covered at the beginning of the year in, "11.1% Yielding Portfolio With Good Coverage And Decent Growth Prospects". Cash Flow Kingdom members get more frequent updates of this information-- Macroeconomics, Market Indicators, Income Portfolio performance, and current Best Opportunities --in a regularly published "Synopsis" article. Macroeconomics: The US economy continues to do well with US - China... Read more

Low Yield Vs. High Yield Preferred Stocks. Is The Spread Wider Than You Thought?

My last article ended with a summary of how the market and preferred stocks have done since the end of 2018. I wrote the following: During the last 3 months of 2018, the market dropped into bear territory. With the scare of rising interest rates, preferreds stocks and other interest sensitive securities fell along with the market. However, 2019 has been a very positive story with many preferreds returning to their previous highs after the fed made it clear that interest rates would... Read more

Shipping Industry Preferred Stocks - High Yields, But Watch For Riptides

I am happy to report that I succeeded in publishing my first Seeking Alpha article entitled “Hot & Spicy Preferred Stocks with Yields between 7.9% and 9.6%”. That was a major accomplishment and I appreciate the editors and others that helped me with that article. Like many investors, I am always on the lookout for high yields from companies that I consider to be relatively safe and able to show they can support their dividend on a sustainable basis. Because I yearn for higher yields, I... Read more

Dividends By The Numbers For March 2019 And 2019-Q1

March 2019 was a mixed, but tilting negative month for U.S. dividend-paying firms. The month ending the first calendar quarter of 2019 saw fewer companies increase their dividends month-over-month (February 2019) and year-over-year (March 2018), but increased quarter-over-quarter (2018-Q4). At the same time, it also recorded more dividend cuts month-over-month and quarter-over-quarter, but was positive for the year-over-year comparison. But don't take our word for it! Here is our short... Read more

Oil And Gas Industry Dominate January 2019 Dividend Cuts

The near-real time sources that we track for dividend cut announcements is signaling that something wicked is happening within the U.S. oil and gas industry. Setting the scene for context, the fourth quarter of 2018 ended with an ominous undertone in an otherwise positive year for dividend-paying stocks in the United States: By far and away, the oil and gas industry saw the greatest amount of distress during the fourth quarter of 2018, accounting for 63% of our sample and coinciding... Read more

Teekay Offshore: Better Support Was Sold Off; An 11%+ Yield Opportunity

RISK WARNING: The following preferred stock update concerns an offshore maritime midstream company which is higher risk and has an above average probability of loss. This has to be stated upfront. Conservative or risk-averse investors may not want to continue reading or to read the note with this fact in mind. Okay, I feel like the surgeon general for the risk warning, but I believe it is appropriate. The following is about a company I am long (common and preferred) and I noticed an... Read more

GasLog: A Well-Covered Preferred Yielding 10.4%

One aspect of income investing that comes with the territory is the trade-off between risk and return, or more specifically, risk and yield. The higher the yield, the greater the risk (yield is compensation for risk - or better put, the perception of risk). As some readers know, I have exposure to the shipping sector in that I believe the risk within the sector is often mispriced and, as a result, opportunities are available. The following note is about one such opportunity where I believe... Read more

94 Mid-December 10%+ Yield Dividend WallStars Enjoy Jolly Target Gains

Source: YCharts.com Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Brokers Calculate 61.67% To 130.19% Net Gains For Ten 10%+ Yield Stocks By Mid-December 2019 Five of 10 top 10%+ Yield WallStars were among the top 10 gainers for the coming year (based on analyst one-year targets). So, this forecast for 10%+ Yields, as graded by Wall St. Brokers, was 50% accurate. Projections based on dividends from $1k invested in the highest yielding stocks and aggregate one-year analyst median target prices of... Read more

81 Pre-December 10%+ Yield Dividend WallStars Boast Bullish Target Gains

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Brokers Calculate 48.44% To 120.46% Net Gains For Ten 10%+ Yield Stocks By Pre-December 2019 Five of ten top 10%+ Yield WallStars were among the top ten gainers for the coming year (based on analyst 1-year targets). So, this forecast for 10%+ Yields, as graded by Wall St. Brokers, was 50% accurate. Projections based on dividends from $1000 invested in the highest yielding stocks and aggregate one-year analyst median target prices of those stocks, as reported... Read more

Capital Product Partners: Nearly 12% Yield With Growing Coverage And No K-1

CPLP Overview - 11.5% Yield, Conservative Posture Image Credit: CPLP, Q2-18 Earnings Presentation Capital Product Partners LP (NASDAQ: CPLP) is a shipping holding company specializing in vessels with medium and long-term charter contracts, primarily in the product tanker and container sectors. CPLP has superior forward revenue visibility due to the nature of its contracts and staggered roll-offs. This allows it to appeal to more income-focused investors versus direct rate... Read more

The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2016

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An essential guide for anyone investing in today’s market, The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2016 offers solid and dependable advice you can take to the bank.
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