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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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The Chemist's CEF Report - July 2018: Treasury Yield Spread Continues To Narrow

For the inaugural issue of The Chemist's CEF Report (September 2016), describing the background and rationale of the Report, please click here. This edition uses data taken from the close of July 3, 2018. Previous editions of the Report can be searched using the keyword "cefrep". Methodology A database of CEFs was obtained from CEFConnect. All yields are quoted as the yield on price. All z-scores refer to the 1-year z-score, which I consider to be the most useful time duration for... Read more

2016 Mid-Year Update For 20%-Yielding CEFL: Outperformance But Distributions Declining

The 20%-yielding UBS ETRACS Monthly Pay 2xLeveraged Closed-End Fund ETN (NYSEARCA: CEFL) is quietly having a strong 2016 thus far. This 2x leveraged fund-of-CEFs has returned +16.28% year-to-date, while its unleveraged counterpart, the YieldShares High Income ETF (NYSEARCA: YYY), has gained +7.95%. The PowerShares CEF Income Composite ETF (NYSEARCA: PCEF), a basket of CEFs that tracks a different index to CEFL/YYY, returned 5.80%. In comparison, U.S. high-yield bonds (NYSEARCA: JNK) have... Read more

As Oil Prices Rise, Don't Miss Out On These 2 High-Yielding Exchange-Traded Funds

Source WTI crude oil price has rallied about 46% since Feb. 9, 2016. With this significant price recovery, the vast majority of oil companies' stocks, both upstream and midstream, posted enormous gains. These oil industries are the first beneficiaries from higher oil prices. For the purpose of illustration, since Feb. 9, 2016, oil producers and drillers tracked by the ETF SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (NYSEARCA: XOP) rallied 26%. At the same time, the oversold... Read more

The 6% Dividend Growth Portfolio (One Week Later)

About a week ago I introduced you to the 6% Dividend Growth Portfolio, which you can read here. The concept was to select a group of good quality stock or closed-end funds that yielded more then 6% on average and that were growing their dividend on average. As a refresher, the list was as follows: yield at recent dividend % stock ticker 2/26/16 increase increase W.P. Carey WPC 6.83% December 2015 1% STAG Industrial STAG 8.08% December 2015 1% General Motors GM 5.13% next payment 5%... Read more

Introducing The 6% Dividend Growth Portfolio

As a 55 year old guy who is getting closer and closer to retirement, I am now constantly thinking about generating an income stream from my investments once I stop working. Although unrealized gain from increased stock prices are nice, for some reason nothing gets me to smile as much as seeing dividends get deposited into my Merrill Edge account most days of the week. With the S&P average dividend yield hovering around 2.2%, it is hard to get excited about those kinds of annual cash... Read more

How To Pick High Yield CEFs That Outperform The Market: An Introduction

One of the most popular investment choices for income investors are closed-end funds or CEFs. CEFs are great for individual investors because they offer diversified exposure to a host of different securities. For bonds in particular, CEFs are an excellent investment vehicle because they offer both diversification and liquidity in one low cost trading package; all things are generally problematic when buying individual bonds. Yet despite these advantages, many investors don't really understand... Read more

Getting Your High-Yield Debt At A Discount

In two previous articles over the past year I examined valuations in high-yield closed-end funds (CEFs). In July of 2012, I noted that only 10% of all funds were trading at a discount to NAV. My conclusion at that time was that investors should avoid the space, as pricing was clearly indicative of "yield chasing." Four months ago I offered a follow-up and pointed out more discounts were appearing, with about 40% of the group trading under NAV. At that time I still urged caution, but was a bit... Read more

2 Low-Cost, High-Yielding Stocks For Investors On A Budget

"I just don't have enough money to start investing." I often hear this statement from friends who are interested in investing in the stock market, but truly believe they don't have the capital to start. Many erroneously believe that you need a bare minimum of five figures just to dip your toe into the markets. Some of these people are very knowledgeable about dividend reinvestment or savings strategies for their retirement, but are convinced they can't start investing since they don't have... Read more

What The Yield? Beware The Temptations Of Emerging Markets Debt

Primarily covering frontier markets on Seeking Alpha, I never expected to write an article about bond yields. However, it has come to my attention that the legacy of Alan Greenspan and Ben Bernanke has not only led to all-time low yields on U.S. Treasuries (TLT) and T-bills (BIL), but has created low yields in the higher risk world of investing in emerging and frontier market sovereign debt. This article will begin with a discussion of a specific Mongolian sovereign debt issue (because I have a... Read more

Is There A Problem With Dividend Growth Investing?

Admitting My Bias So there is no misunderstanding the bias that I bring to this article, let me start off with a disclaimer: I consider myself a dividend growth investor. I'll also state up front that I have conducted no scientific research or conducted any surveys. My sole database that I've used to identify what I think might be a problem with dividend growth investing is the Seeking Alpha website, specifically the articles and commentary. I spend a fair amount of time scanning articles of... Read more

Pit Bull: Lessons from Wall Street's Champion Trader

Welcome to the world of Martin "Buzzy" Schwartz, Champion Trader – the man whose nerves of steel and killer instinct in the canyons of Wall Street earned him the well-deserved name "Pit Bull". This is the true story of how Schwartz became the best of the best, of the people and places he discovered along the way and of the trader's tricks and techniques he used to make his millions.
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