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Last updated: 2017/9/21 23:08:01 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Frontier Communications 20.05
Stein Mart 17.18
Capitala Finance 17.10
Black Box 16.00
Csi Compressco Lp 15.86
Oxford Lane Capital 15.61
Wheeler Reit 15.41
Prospect Capital 14.88
Kohlberg Capital 13.79
National Cinemedia 13.33
Garrison Capital 13.18
Mind C.t.i. 12.65
Dynagas Lng Partners Lp 12.59
New York Mortgage Trust 12.48
Alcentra Capital 12.43
Marine Petroleum Trust 12.41
Martin Midstream Partners 12.12
Ticc Capital 11.89
Thl Credit 11.87
Horizon Technology Finance 11.01
Alliance Gp L.p. 10.77
Alliance Resource Partners L.p. 10.58
Deswell Industries 10.53
Golar Lng Partners Lp 10.51
Monroe Capital 10.37
Oxbridge Re Holdings 10.32
American Capital Senior Floating 10.12
Blueknight Energy Partners Lp 10.09
American Capital Agency 10.07
Blackrock Kelso Capital 10.01
Apollo Investment 9.92
Fidus Investment 9.83
Pennantpark Investment 9.73
Ares Capital 9.61
Evolving Systems 9.46
Medallion Financial 9.09
Tcp Capital 9.03
Capital Product Partners 9.01
Gladstone Capital 9.00
Newtek Business Services 8.86
Fifth Street Senior Floating Rate 8.75
Dorchester Minerals L.p. 8.66
Landmark Infrastructure Partners Lp 8.50
Solar Senior Capital 8.49
Consolidated Communications 8.38
Mdc Partners 8.36
Gladstone Investment 8.34
Archrock Partners Lp 8.17
National American University 8.14
Big 5 Sporting Goods 8.11

Articles featuring Frontier Communications (FTR):

Frontier - Risk Worth The Double-Digit Yield?

When I was sorting through my stock screener the other day I noticed that Frontier Communications (FTR) had a dividend over 15% I was curious what had driven it so high. Of course we all know any dividend that high has a story behind it; and typically not a good one, and FTR is no exception. FTR has been steadily declining and recently lost 12% of its value in July alone, and things don’t look like they’ll be turning around any time soon. If what has been the norm persists, the end... Read more

Frontier Communications Corporation Declares Third-Quarter Dividends

Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR) announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a regular quarterly dividend on Frontier’s 11.125% Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock, Series A, of $2.78125 per share, payable in cash on September 29, 2017 to holders of record at the close of business on September 15, 2017.... Read more

Top Dividend Raises & Cuts For May 2017

Dividend growth investing is a popular model followed by the investing community to build assets. Companies that not only pay dividends but raise them year after year have been shown to perform better overall for investor returns. As part of my due diligence, I closely monitor all companies that raise dividends (or cut them), and this article shares the dividend amount changes announced by companies. Note that only companies with a market cap of $2B+ are included, as the list of... Read more

Do You Recognize This Rookie Dividend Investing Mistake?

The No. 1 Dividend Investing Mistake Today’s chart highlights the biggest blunder you can make in dividend investing: chasing yield. Low rates have driven people into anything with a decent payout. Such high yields, however, stretch companies to their limits. Like a ticking bomb, it’s only a matter of time before these dividends get cut. Take telecom-provider Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ: FTR), for instance. In March, I warned readers that the stock’s... Read more

Is Frontier Communications More Attractive After The Dividend Cut?

Frontier Communications' (NYSE: FTR) current stock price means that the downside is limited, which has made it an interesting stock to consider. I still believe that the company has to do a lot to improve its core business and capital structure, but the risk-reward equation is now tilting towards the reward side. It is not as risky a stock as it was a year ago, because the stock has already lost more than 70% in the last year. This means that most of the negatives have already been priced... Read more

Frontier: High-Yield Bonds, Big-Dividend Stock, Or Leveraged Options?

To the chagrin of yield chasers, Frontier finally cut its dividend. Specifically, the dividend was reduced by 62% last week, and the stock is now down 64% this year. The title of this article is meant to be a multiple choice question for readers. Specifically, which is more attractive in your view: ("a") the high-yield bonds, ("b") the big-dividend stock, ("c") the leveraged options, or ("d") none of the above? For your consideration, this article reviews... Read more

Frontier Communications Corporation Declares Second-Quarter Dividends

Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR) announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a regular quarterly dividend on Frontier’s 11.125% Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock, Series A, of $2.78125 per share, payable in cash on June 30, 2017 to holders of record at the close of business on June 15, 2017.... Read more

Frontier Communications: Why A Dividend Cut Does Not Matter

In the previous article I posted about Frontier Communications (NYSE: FTR) I talked about the company's current troubles and why investors should not worry too much about their dividend. In this article I will show why I think that the stock is currently undervalued because of the uncertainties surrounding this stock. I will be using a discounted dividend model to show what type of upside potential the stock has with the current dividend yield of 22%. I will also show you why it would not... Read more

Frontier Communications: Dividend Cut Is Imminent And Inevitable

While the 20.5% dividend that Frontier Communications (NYSE: FTR) pays seems very attractive, I think it is likely to be cut. In 2016, Frontier Communications was only able to pay its dividend by issuing new debt. The free cash flow dropped throughout the last 5 years and a higher percentage of free cash flow went to dividends in 2015 and 2016. This indicates that the company is having a hard time keeping up with its payments. Still, the board is trying to keep the stock attractive to... Read more

5 High-Yield Companies To Avoid

When looking at high-yielding companies to invest in, investors should look at several things to avoid being caught in a value trap. First, the company should be growing in terms of revenue, earnings, and margins. Second, the company must have a healthy dividend payout ratio. Ideally, I prefer companies with ratios below 50%. A negative ratio or a ratio above 100% raises a red flag. Third, the company’s free cash flow should be growing. Also, the company should be in an industry that is... Read more

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