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Compare the dividend stocks in the STOXX North America Select Dividend 40 index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The STOXX North America Select Dividend 40 Index offers investors the ideal tool to track high-dividend-yielding companies across North America.

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.

Articles featuring Annaly Capital Management (NLY):

MORL And MRRL: Multiple Dividend Cuts Coming Among Mortgage REITs

The yield curve would likely win the award for the most watched and talked-about economic indicator in the last twelve months. Yes, it is compressed and flat. No, it does not mean a recession is coming. But that is a topic for another day. We do want to look at the yield curve though to try and figure out if the mortgage REIT exchange traded notes or ETNs are worth the risk in today's environment. The current spread The yield curve compression has been relentless and the current... Read more

Why We Are Invested In These Super High Dividends - Yields Up To 16.2%

Co-produced with Treading Softly and PendragonY for High Dividend Opportunities Recently we've released a series of articles focusing on the CLO sector. This sector is filled with myths, falsehoods and a general lack of understanding by retail investors and many market analysts. We've actively debunked these myths and put forward various securities that provide exposure to this sector. Today we're pleased to provide a general sector update as we continue our coverage. Common Questions... Read more

Income Strategies For An Inverted Yield Curve

Last week we touched on the stark difference between high-yield, high-risk REITs and low-yield, lower-risk REITs and compared some of the underlying holdings of two ETFs. The question of whether to play it safe or not, really depends on each investor's preference, but that article focused primarily on equity REITs, a sector that we are neutral on based on valuations and one which investors have shown a heightened level of interest in. In a previous article, The Belgian Dentist shines a light on... Read more

My Dividend Growth Portfolio May Update: 42 Holdings, 1 Buy

Introduction Welcome to my monthly update for my dividend growth portfolio. This article series covers my investing journey as a father of two towards my eventual retirement. Any specific stocks or amounts are particular to my self-directed 401K plan. The goal of my portfolio is to generate a growing income stream for me and my wife during our golden years. The aim is to live off dividends without touching the principal. Dividend growth stocks are the chosen vehicle to meet that goal.... Read more

Cherry Hill Mortgage's Dividend Sustainability Analysis (Includes Q2-Q4 2019 Dividend Projection And Recommendation)

Focus of Article: The focus of this article is to provide a detailed analysis with supporting documentation on the “most probable/suitable” quarterly dividend per share rate Cherry Hill Mortgage Investment Corp. (CHMI) will/should declare for the remainder of 2019 (Q2-Q4 2019). I decided to cover this topic due to the number of readers who have specifically requested such an analysis be specifically performed on CHMI in light of recent sector earnings. For readers who just want the... Read more

An Inverted Yield Curve Means Tough Times Ahead For MREITs

The mortgage REITs are all falling together: Annaly Capital Management (NLY), Two Harbors Investment Corp (TWO), Chimera Investment Corp (CIM), AGNC Investment Corp (AGNC), as well as others. Any mREIT that holds mainly agency MBS is getting punched in the mouth. Even the mREITs that don't hold agency MBS are getting hurt. Data by YCharts Data by YCharts Normally I would look to buy in this situation, but I'm still holding because of the yield curve. The yield curve recently inverted... Read more

Two Harbors' 14.5% Dividend Yield Is Worth It

Two Harbors Investment Corp. (TWO) currently has a dividend yield of about 14.5%. The average dividend yield of comparable funds is 11%, according to Bloomberg terminal. Is the extra 3.5% worth it? Does that extra 3.5% come with extra risk? The following article will explain TWO's investment strategy and why I'm bullish on the stock. The extra dividend yield provides a sufficient margin of safety for me even with the current headwinds plaguing the mREIT sector. Data by YCharts TWO's... Read more

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

2 Buy Ratings With Yields Up To 12% From The REIT Sector

This research report was produced by The REIT Forum with assistance from Big Dog Investments. We bring you 2 buy ratings Today, we will be taking a look at Healthcare Trust of America (HTA) and ARMOUR Residential REIT (ARR). They come with a risk rating of 2.5 for HTA and 5 for ARR on a scale of 1-5. While we mostly cover safer securities, we also look for good trading opportunities. Further, we look for securities for the aggressive buy-and-hold investors and believe HTA is a... Read more

Don't Miss Out On This 6.85% Dividend Yield From AGNC Preferred Share

This research report was produced by The REIT Forum with assistance from Big Dog Investments. We’ve found preferred shares provide an excellent opportunity for investors to get a high yield with lower volatility. We cover preferred shares frequently and today’s pick comes from our latest article for subscribers: Preferred Shares Week 151. AGNC’s preferred share For investors interested in The REIT Forum’s preferred share ratings, see my guide to preferred shares. I also... Read more

The Wall St. Cheat Sheet: the Proven Investing System for Winning with Stocks in Every Market

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