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Last updated: 2019/7/19 23:08:41 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Calamos Strategic Total Return Fund 7.62
Manhattan Bridge Capital 7.56
Oaktree Strategic Income 7.52
Capital Southwest 7.33
Gladstone Investment 7.24
Oha Investment 7.21
Golub Capital Bdc 7.12
Student Transportation 7.07
America First Tax Exempt Investors Lp 7.05
Gaming And Leisure Properties 7.04
Gladstone Commercial 7.03
Innophos 7.00
Crown Crafts 6.93
Stonecastle Financial 6.91
Royce Focus Trust 6.85
Bed Bath & Beyond 6.73
Spark Energy 6.48
Spartan Stores 6.48
Pacwest Bancorp 6.46
Beasley Broadcast Group 6.43
Petmed Express 6.37
Wayside Technology 6.09
The Elmira Savings Bank Fsb 5.90
Oritani Financial 5.81
Vodafone Group 5.80
Pope Resources 5.74
Nve 5.73
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 5.73
United-guardian 5.56
Seagate Tech 5.36
Kentucky First Federal Bancorp 5.28
Kraft Heinz 5.26
Lsi Industries 5.19
Bldrs Europe 100 Adr Index Fund 5.14
Flexsteel Industries 5.14
Umpqua 5.09
Bldrs Developed Markets 100 Adr Index Fund 5.06
Patterson 5.01
Ark Restaurants 5.00
Deswell Industries 5.00
Transglobe Energy 4.90
Baldwin & Lyons 4.87
National Research 4.85
Lamar Advertising 4.80
United Bancorp 4.73
Baldwin & Lyons 4.72
Hopfed Bancorp 4.72
Green Plains Renewable Energy 4.71
First Bancorp 4.67
Pc-tel 4.64

Articles featuring Calamos Strategic Total Return Fund (CSQ):

High Yield For Granny (Part 2): Savvy 'Widows & Orphans' Portfolio Re-Visited

Our "High Yield for Granny" article (link here) last March introduced the idea that you could achieve an "Income Factory" strategy at various levels of yield, risk and return. In particular, we introduced a portfolio of solid closed-end funds whose average distribution was about 8% as an alternative to our core "Savvy Senior" Income Factory that currently pays a distribution of 11.6%. We showed that, through the power of re-investment and compounding, an 8% stream of income doubles and... Read more

Closed-End Fund CSQ: 8.28% Yield With Growth Potential

Calamos Strategic Total Return Fund (CSQ) is a fund offered by Calamos with an objective of total return through a combination of capital appreciation and current income by investing in a diversified portfolio of equities, convertible securities, and high-yield corporate bonds. The investment team utilizes a strategy that considers global macroeconomic factors and investment themes. They evaluate both fundamental and quantitative research to evaluate the source, sustainability, and risk of... Read more

High Yield For Granny: The Savvy 'Widow & Orphans' Income Factory

I recently floated the idea of creating a "widow and orphans" version of the Savvy Senior "Income Factory" that I have been refining, tweaking and reviewing for the past seven years. As readers know, my core portfolio is a high income (i.e. high current yield), largely credit oriented (as opposed to equity) portfolio that I manage with the goal of providing a 10-11 percent cash yield, which can then be reinvested and compounded to provide a long-term "equity return" through thick and thin,... Read more

Want High Yield With Limited Downside Risk? Try Convertibles

High Yield Corporate Bonds Are at a Top High-yield investors are in the midst of a high-anxiety period. On one hand, it’s been a good year for high yield as the corporate junk-bond asset class recovered from its year-long slump as seen in this three-year chart. Here’s the last year of the index shown as percent change from one year previous. This second chart certainly underlines the ride up, but it also emphasizes the sense that we’ve reached a top. Want more evidence... Read more

High Yield Closed-End Funds Trading At Discounts To NAV

For many investors, 2012 might be described as the year of flight to high-yield investments. There is more interest and money going into high-yield choices than at any point in time that I can remember. The yield stampede has put a spotlight on closed-end funds which pay attractive dividends. An issue with the high yield CEFs is that the buying has pushed many funds to trade at significant premiums to actual net asset value - NAV. A recent Barron's article highlighted the dangers of closed-end... Read more

CEFs Trading At A Discount With Increased Monthly Dividends In 2012

My recent closed-end fund research has identified several CEFs that have increased their monthly distributions to shareholders in recent months. A dividend increase not only provides more income to the shareholders but can also signal that management is confident in being able to sustain their income throughout 2012. These CEFs are also trading at significant discounts from 5-10%, suggesting they have a low valuation for potential capital gains. Here is a list of CEFs that announced increased... Read more

Monthly Income Ideas: 40 Closed-End Funds With 8% To 9% Yields (Part 6)

<< Return to Part 5 Below are 40 CEFs with 8% to 9% yields, distributed monthly (displayed as a table due to quantity of funds): Fund Name Fund Symbol Distribution Rate Monthly Distribution Premium/Discount to NAV NAV American Strategic Income Portfolio Inc. ASP 8.99% $0.0750 -8.73% $12.60 Calamos Convertible Opportunities & Income Fund CHI 8.97% $0.0950 1.11% $12.57 ... Read more

Monthly Dividend CEFs Selling At A Discount With Positive YTD Price Performance

Dividend investors seeking monthly distributions should look at closed-end funds (CEF) to achieve income objectives. CEFs can trade at a discount to the net asset value (NAV) which means there is a potential capital gain if the CEF price moves up to the NAV. I have identified a list of CEFs that have price momentum throughout 2012 that are still selling at a discount. These CEFs all have distribution yields greater than 8%. Here is a list for further evaluation. Alpine Global Premier Properties... Read more

My Favorite 7 Closed End Funds For Lucrative Dividends

Closed end funds (CEF) are one of my most lucrative investments. CEF's are off-the-beaten path and offer a wellspring of profitable ideas. They are a personal core dividend income component of maintaining a successful monthly dividend cash flow. I'll expand upon seven CEF's which I own and are own my investment radar. [Click all images to enlarge] Eaton Vance Tax-Managed Global (EXG) Eaton Vance Tax-Managed Global offers a 14.4% dividend yield. The fund is trading at a 15.4% discount to... Read more

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