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Compare the dividend stocks in the NYSE index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

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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.

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Our Top REIT Preferred: +9% Yield From PREIT

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Washington Prime Group Inc: Can You Trust This 27% Dividend?

Can Washington Prime Group Inc Turn It Around? If you want to earn higher returns in the stock market, then it often pays to invest in turnarounds. From time to time, good firms run into problems. During these periods, you can often find great assets for pennies on the dollar. Just look at case studies like Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL), McDonald’s Corp (NYSE: MCD), or Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX). Of course, higher yields come with higher risk. As they often say in the... Read more

Our 2020 High Yield REIT Portfolio

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50 Dividend Dogs With 10%-Plus Yield At $1-$10 Prices For December

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The Mystery Of REIT Dividend Cuts In The Great Recession

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Macerich: To Cut Or Not To Cut Its 11% Dividend (And Why It's Irrelevant)

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High Yield Investing: Don't Fear A Great Discount, Yields Up To 16%

Co-produced with Beyond Saving and PendragonY "Buy low, sell high" is a tenant of investing that is simply common sense. Ironically, one of the most common criticisms we hear about any investment pick is some version of "Why would I buy that? The price is down x% over this time frame!" In other words- "Why would I buy that? The price is too low!" While it is certainly true that a downward spiraling price could be a warning sign, it is also true that most stocks will go down at some... Read more

False Red Flags And Dividend Myths

This article was selected to be shared with PRO+ Income subscribers - find out more here. In recent months I have noticed a heightened apprehension around 2 concepts: Debt maturity Elevated dividend yields Like many concerns, there is a grain of truth here. In some instances, debt maturity can be an accelerant of a company’s troubles and an elevated dividend yield can be a sign that a stock is higher risk. However, these concerns are being misappropriated and turned into blind fear. The... Read more

Depressed Hotel REITs Provide Opportunities For Dividend Investors

Currently the sentiment for investing in hotel REITs is overly pessimistic with barely anyone willing to consider them. This is exemplified by relatively huge cap rates, above average dividend yields and most importantly depressed valuation multiples. Let's have a look on how hotel/lodging REITs compare to other REIT sectors. Source: NAREIT (compiled by the author based on data published on September 30th, 2019) The chart above basically shows that hotel REITs are trading at a... Read more

89 Over 10%Yield, Under $10 Priced Dividend Dogs Fall Fortunes

Foreword To quote a comment from a reader of August's high-yield, low priced dividend dog list, this is "dangerous advice". Hence, it is to be used at your own risk. I have always advised that high dividends are a sure sign of high risk. Combine that signal with a low-price offer and you have the stuff of legends and horror stories. Especially, in light of Y Charts declaration that YCharts allows a dividend yield to persist for 365 days after the most recent reported dividend if a... Read more

A Mathematician Plays the Stock Market

Best-selling author John Allen Paulos demonstrates what the tools of mathematics can tell us about the vagaries of the stock market. Employing his trademark stories, vignettes, paradoxes and puzzles (and even a film treatment), Paulos addresses every thinking reader's curiosity about the market: Is it efficient? Is it rational? Is there anything to technical analysis, fundamental analysis, and other supposedly time-tested methods of picking stocks? How can one quantify risk? What are the most common scams? What light do fractals, network theory, and common psychological foibles shed on investor behavior? Are there any approaches to investing that truly outperform the major indexes? Can a deeper knowledge of mathematics help beat the odds? All of these questions are explored with the engaging erudition that made Paulos's A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper and Innumeracy favorites with both armchair mathematicians and readers who want to think like them.
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