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Last updated: 2019/7/19 00:35:40 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Sandridge Mississippian Trust I 23.22
Cornerstone Total Return Fund 22.16
Sandridge Mississippian Trust Ii 21.54
Evolution Petroleum 19.02
Navios Maritime Acquisition 17.78
Nustar Gp Holdings 17.44
Vector Group 16.43
New Media Investment Group 16.27
Sandridge Permian Trust 16.14
Bp Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust 15.98
Mv Oil Trust 15.58
Pacific Coast Oil Trust 15.41
Css Industries 15.33
Summit Midstream Partners Lp 15.11
Eca Marcellus Trust I 15.06
Mobile Telesystems Ojsc 14.85
Quad Graphics 14.80
Orchid Island Capital 14.63
Enduro Royalty Trust 14.39
Stage Stores 13.70
Arlington Asset Investment 13.57
Eagle Point Credit 13.48
Suncoke Energy Partners Lp 13.40
Enbridge Energy Partners Lp 13.35
Zweig Fund 13.33
Fs Investment 13.13
New Residential Investment 13.01
Annaly Capital Management 12.89
Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust 12.78
Crossamerica Partners Lp 12.65
Superior Industries 12.50
Dynex Capital 12.48
Western Asset Mortgage Capital 12.34
Cherry Hill Mortgage Investment 12.25
North European Oil Royalty Trust 12.22
Two Harbors Investment 12.18
Mesabi Trust 12.11
Chesapeake Granite Wash Trust 12.00
Usa Compression Partners Lp 11.58
Andeavor Logistics Lp 11.56
Cypress Energy Partners Lp 11.51
Zweig Total Return Fund 11.50
Tortoise Energy Infrastructure 11.29
Anworth Mortgage Asset 11.22
Mfa Financial 11.05
Amerigas Partners Lp 11.03
Voc Energy Trust 11.02
Eqt Midstream Partners Lp 11.00
Invesco Mortgage Capital 10.95
Armour Residential Reit 10.91

Articles featuring Sandridge Mississippian Trust I (SDT):

Cumulative Dividend Cuts At The Midpoint Of Q2 2019

We're just past the midpoint of the second quarter of 2019, where the pace of dividend cuts that have been announced to date in our near real-time sampling of these declarations is well ahead of the same point of time a year earlier in the second quarter of 2018. The following chart illustrates the cumulative number of dividend cuts by day of quarter for both 2018-Q2 and 2019-Q2, where we find that the cumulative number in 2019-Q2 is running near the threshold that would indicate recessionary... Read more

Dividends By The Numbers For April 2019

April 2019 was not a good month for investors looking for sources of dividend income, where the U.S. stock market saw both fewer increases and more decreases than what was recorded for the same month a year earlier. The following chart shows the monthly increases and decreases for dividends reported by Standard and Poor's for each month from January 2004 through April 2019. Let's run through the metadata for U.S. dividend payers in April 2019: 3,107 U.S. firms declared... 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

Dividends By The Numbers In 2018

2018 has gone out with a bang for dividend-paying stocks in the U.S. stock market. Here's the dividend metadata for December 2018: In December 2018, 5,934 U.S. firms declared dividends, an increase of 2,210 over the 3,724 recorded in November 2018. That figure is also an increase of 1,428 over the number recorded in December 2017 and the largest number ever recorded for a data series that extends back to January 2004. 179 U.S. firms announced they would pay an extra, or special, dividend to... Read more

Dividends By The Numbers For July 2018

July 2018 was a good month for the owners of dividend-paying stocks. Compared to June 2018, the number of dividend increases was up and the number of dividend cuts announced was down. And as long as we're looking backwards, things are better than they were last year. Let's get to this month's dose of dividend metadata! Here are the numbers.... Following an elevated number for the month ending 2018-Q2, there were 3,253 firms that issued some kind of declaration about their... Read more

5 'Bad Boy' Dividend Dogs Dig Up 41.6% More Gains For 2016

How Bad Boys Are Bad These were not the worst of the worst. These were "Bad-As" stocks with high yields. The list of fifty bad boy stocks below was created by screening for industries populated by public companies that have allegedly committed acts, made substances, by-products, or devices that maim, kill, tempt, harm, addict, insult, and/or scam the public. These included corporate members of all nine business sectors: basic materials, consumer goods, financial, technology, conglomerates,... Read more

SandRidge Mississippian Trust I - Beware Of This Derivative Inflated Yield Trap

Summary Since mid-August, SandRidge Mississippian Trust I's shares have plunged to $2.00 from $4.75, then rallied back to a range of $3.25 to $3.75. After the latest distribution announcement on October 30, 2015 of $0.30, the shares traded off briefly, but have steadily moved back toward the pre-announcement level. SDT unitholders are currently the beneficiaries of a windfall derivative contract, set to expire in December 2015, which distorts the true earnings power of the Trust.... Read more

Buy, Sell, or Hold: BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust

When considering any stock for your portfolio, don't be swayed by just the positives. Examine its pros and cons and decide whether it's possible upside outweighs its risks. Let's take a look at BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust (NYSE: BPT) today and see why you might want to buy, sell, or hold it. Founded in 1989 and based in Austin, Texas, BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust is a $1.7 billion “grantor trust,ā€¯ holding royalty interests in Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay oil field. Its stock has fallen 31% over... Read more

A 9% Dividend Portfolio For Income Investors

I don't know a single person who wouldn't want to get paid for doing nothing. Just think about it: sitting on the couch, watching TV, and eating greasy, fattening potato chips while getting paid. It sounds pretty great, I know. But what if I told you that you could get paid for doing nothing? And I'm not talking about some boring old blue chip yielding 3%, but some lesser known names paying three times that. It sounds too good to be true, but it really isn't. What about capital gains? Sure,... Read more

Is Your Mega-Dividend Safe?

Investors are skeptical about extreme dividends these days. A quick screen shows that 106 companies sport a yield of at least 10% today. Of these, only 10 have beaten the S&P 500 benchmark over the last year. For every market-beating SandRidge Mississippian Trust I (NYSE: SDT) and American Capital Agency (Nasdaq: AGNC), there are nine underperformers like Enerplus (NYSE: ERF) or France Telecom (NYSE: FTE). It's not like the market-beaters are far and away higher-quality businesses than the... Read more

The Only Investment Guide You'll Ever Need

Personal-finance guru Andrew Tobias slams online trading and praises the Roth IRA in his newly revised The Only Investment Guide You'll Ever Need. It's packed with ideas about stocks, living beneath your means, tax planning, retirement and just about everything else in the financial world. And all of it is presented with Tobias's trademark brevity and ingenuity.
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