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Last updated: 2019/1/22 00:35:15 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Cornerstone Total Return Fund 23.84
Stage Stores 22.73
Sandridge Permian Trust 20.17
Hi Crush Partners Lp 19.57
Medley Management 19.32
Sandridge Mississippian Trust Ii 19.03
Blue Capital Reinsurance Holdings 18.75
Voc Energy Trust 18.53
Wp Glimcher 18.48
Sandridge Mississippian Trust I 18.42
Arlington Asset Investment 18.41
Eca Marcellus Trust I 18.14
Summit Midstream Partners Lp 17.91
Mv Oil Trust 17.75
Nustar Gp Holdings 17.44
Bp Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust 16.03
Zweig Fund 15.96
Eagle Point Credit 15.87
Chesapeake Granite Wash Trust 15.82
Sunstone Hotel Investors 15.35
Vector Group 14.84
Enduro Royalty Trust 14.39
Orchid Island Capital 14.14
Telecom Argentina 13.99
Zweig Total Return Fund 13.89
Usa Compression Partners Lp 13.79
Ngl Energy Partners Lp 13.76
Centurylink 13.65
Medley Capital 13.56
Enbridge Energy Partners Lp 13.35
Two Harbors Investment 13.31
Western Asset Mortgage Capital 13.23
Fs Investment 13.13
Mesabi Trust 13.02
Suncoke Energy Partners Lp 12.80
Amerigas Partners Lp 12.80
Crossamerica Partners Lp 12.50
Cypress Energy Partners Lp 12.44
Cbl & Associates Properties 12.40
New Residential Investment 12.36
Ellington Residential Mortgage Reit 12.13
Anworth Mortgage Asset 11.98
Senior Housing Properties 11.95
Bancroft Fund 11.88
Ship Finance International 11.81
Annaly Capital Management 11.73
Enlink Midstream Partners L.p. 11.49
New Media Investment Group 11.47
Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust 11.41
Sunoco Lp 11.34

Articles featuring Cornerstone Total Return Fund (CRF):

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January Yield Curve Update: Inching Closer

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The Inverting Treasury Yield Curve And The S&P 500

There was one major economic event that occurred last week and it shifted the forward-looking focus of investors, sending stock prices sharply downward as a result. That event was the partial inversion of the U.S. Treasury yield curve that took place on Tuesday, 4 December 2018. A yield curve inversion occurs whenever the yield, or interest rate, of a longer term bond or note issued by the U.S. Treasury Department falls below the level of a shorter term bond or note. This kind of event is... Read more

The Yield Curve Is Not Forecasting A Recession

By now, most anyone who keeps up with financial matters knows that a flat or inverted Treasury yield curve is a good predictor of an impending recession. I've blogged extensively on this subject for almost 10 years. Recently, a few industrious pundits have found evidence that the front end of the Treasury curve is "close to flat." While it's hard to argue with their facts, an almost-flat curve is not the same as a flat or inverted curve. The latter occur only when the market... Read more

Gundlach: U.S. High Yield Spread Heading Into Recession

Original Post Jeffrey Gundlach's DoubleLine Asset Allocation webcast for the month of November 2018, discussing the U.S. high yield spread heading into recession. TAB I - Global Overview G4 Central Banks' Balance Sheets Fed = Federal Reserve, BOJ = Bank of Japan, ECB = European Central Bank, BOE = Bank of England G4 Central Banks' Balance Sheets & Global Equities Fed = Federal Reserve, BOJ = Bank of Japan, ECB = European Central Bank, BOE = Bank... Read more

More Yielding To Yields Next Week?

By Stephen Innes What a barn burner of a week!! Fixed income took centre stage, but the lingering odour from risk aversion and choppy intraday moves will continue to challenge traders at every twist and turn. With US yields remaining at multi-year highs and breakneck price action triggering a massive uptick in volatility, what possibly could go wrong?!! Let's look at some dynamics in play next week, as traders will be tasked to decide if these moves can be sustained. Asian... Read more

Dividends By The Numbers For September 2018 And 2018-Q3

September is typically the worst month of the year for tracking positive changes for dividends in the U.S. stock market. While the month of June can provide it with real competition, in most years September ranks the lowest for the number of announced dividend increases. Having now set the stage for what you're about to see, the following chart illustrates the number of dividend increases and decreases that have been declared in each month from January 2004 through September 2018.... Read more

Bond Yields Climbing: Could The Chinese Weaponize U.S. Debt?

By SchiffGold Yields have been on the rise this week in the midst of a bond market sell-off. Two-year borrowing costs hit their highest level in a decade on Wednesday. The yield on the 2-year Treasury climbed to 2.816%. Meanwhile, the 10-year Treasury yield hit a four-month high of 3.07%. What's going on here? The most obvious reason for falling bond prices and rising yields is the enormous amount of debt the US Treasury is currently dumping on the market. Despite the... Read more

Virtus Total Return Has A 13% Distribution Yield But Trades At A 6% Discount

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Inverted U.S. Yield Curve? Recession? Not So Fast

By Eric Winograd Many investors have started to scrutinize the shape of the US Treasury yield curve, worried that a potential yield-curve inversion would mean imminent recession. In our view, things aren't that simple. The yield curve has flattened considerably since the Federal Reserve began raising short-term interest rates. Long-term rates aren't rising nearly as fast, leaving 10-year US Treasury yields only about 0.25% higher than two-year yields. In past economic... Read more

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