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Stock name Dividend yield
Putnam Premier Income Trust 5.97
Urstadt Biddle Properties 5.97
Rice Midstream Partners Lp 5.93
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers 5.93
Ltc Properties 5.92
Bp 5.91
Pitney Bowes 5.90
Mvc Capital 5.89
Telecomunicacoes De Sao Paulo 5.86
Bg Staffing 5.84
Tsakos Energy Navigation 5.83
Umh Properties 5.83
Westpac Banking 5.83
B&g Foods 5.81
Western Asset Managed Municipals Fund 5.77
Peak Resorts 5.77
Bt Group 5.75
Investors Real Estate 5.73
National Health Investors 5.73
Ishares S&p Us Preferred Stock Index Fund 5.68
Armada Hoffler Properties 5.67
Guess? 5.67
Magellan Midstream Partners 5.66
Royce Value Trust 5.63
Spdr Barclays Capital High Yield Bond Etf 5.62
Mobile Telesystems Ojsc 5.58
Altisource Residential 5.58
Plains All Am. Pipeline 5.54
Weingarten Realty Inv 5.52
Ford Motor 5.51
Macy's 5.50
Mercury General 5.48
Blackrock Muniyield California Insured Fund 5.45
Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical 5.38
Aircastle 5.37
Bancroft Fund 5.37
Granite Real Estate 5.37
Stonemor Partners L.p. 5.37
Oneok 5.36
Retail Properties Of America 5.36
Royal Dutch Shell A 5.35
At&t 5.34
Bladex 5.33
Ppl 5.30
Southern Company 5.27
Getty Realty 5.25
Dineequity 5.24
Cedar Fair Lp 5.24
Royal Dutch Shell B 5.23
Summit Hotel Properties 5.21

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Putnam Premier Income: A 6.48% Yielding Closed-End Fund For Speculative Investors

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