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BDCs As The “New Bonds,” With Yields Up To 9.1%, But Are They Safe?

BDCs As The “New Bonds,” With Yields Up To 9.1%, But Are They Safe?

| February 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

If you want to live off dividends in retirement, you can’t depend on “blue-chip stocks.” They simply haven’t paid enough yield for years: Even High-Yield Savings Accounts Start to Look Good at These Levels The S&P 500’s yield recently hit 1.7%. Think about it in “retirement spending” terms. If you took an entire million-dollar nest […]

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These Three CEFs Are Worth Another Look

These Three CEFs Are Worth Another Look

| February 24, 2020 | 0 Comments

Every month, I ask subscribers to my Dividend Hunter Insiders service to send in any stock they want for a deep dive analysis. Out of the submissions, I pick one stock to analyze and share my thoughts with all Insider subscribers. Each month, when the email to send in stock picks goes out, I am […]

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How To Buy Tomorrow’s Dividend Aristocrats At A Discount Today

How To Buy Tomorrow’s Dividend Aristocrats At A Discount Today

| February 19, 2020 | 0 Comments

The blue-chip corporations that make up the Dividend Aristocrats are a tribute to the power of dividends. They have raised their payouts for 25 straight years or more and, most importantly, made many of their investors quite wealthy in the process. Unfortunately for us, everyone already knows these firms are great. And as a result, their […]

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The Secret To Safe 7% Dividends (With Upside) In 2020

The Secret To Safe 7% Dividends (With Upside) In 2020

| February 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

I’m annoyed with this bubbly stock market. It’s making it nearly impossible for regular people to find decent dividends. Sure, we’ll always take upside, and despite overdone drops due to the coronavirus, the market has handed us a 4% total return since the New Year, building on the 31% it delivered last year. But where the heck do we […]

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These REITs Show It’s Better To Be The Landlord Than The Renter

These REITs Show It’s Better To Be The Landlord Than The Renter

| February 5, 2020 | 1 Comment

This week I will be making presentations to investors at the Orlando MoneyShow. The MoneyShow folks have now been asking me to come back for six years. Each year is a great time, and I love to get in front of the investing public. So, I thought it would be appropriate to cover some gaming-related […]

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3 Dividend Growth Stocks To Buy Now

3 Dividend Growth Stocks To Buy Now

| February 3, 2020 | 0 Comments

Looking for dividend stocks? The key is in dividend growth rather than yield. With the Federal Reserve set to pause once again on interest rates, investors have been given freedom to buy high-yielding assets. Bonds to REITs have seen their stars shine over the last few months. However, investors may want to focus beyond just […]

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This “Dividend Time Machine” Lets You Buy 7% Payouts At 2019 Prices

This “Dividend Time Machine” Lets You Buy 7% Payouts At 2019 Prices

| January 31, 2020 | 1 Comment

Let’s be honest: our lives would be much easier if we could just buy the typical S&P 500 stock, get the 7%+ dividends we need for retirement, and call it a day. Trouble is, the popular kids only pay high yields when the market’s in flames! Like Pfizer (PFE), which yields a ho-hum 3.8% now. But if you’d bought […]

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Where Is The Skepticism?

Where Is The Skepticism?

| January 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

Fifteen months ago, during the final months of 2018, the financial news was full of predictions of an economic recession in 2019. Now in hindsight, it is obvious all of those “experts” were wrong. Through 2019 the economy maintained a path of steady growth, and the stock markets gained almost 30%. Not at the beginning […]

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These 3 Underperformers Of 2019 Could Deliver Big Gains In 2020

These 3 Underperformers Of 2019 Could Deliver Big Gains In 2020

| January 13, 2020 | 0 Comments

At the end of 2018, the CNN Fear & Greed Index stood at one on a scale of 1 to 100. A rating close to zero is an indication of Extreme Fear. The index finished 2019 at 99 and is still elevated at 91, a rating that indicates Extreme Greed. The great U.S. stock market […]

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Buy My Top 2 High-Yield Dividend Picks For 2020

Buy My Top 2 High-Yield Dividend Picks For 2020

| January 6, 2020 | 0 Comments

Each year I am asked by the MoneyShow folks to submit two stock picks for the new year. My picks are published on the MoneyShow website and mainstream financial websites, such as Forbes. I put out an aggressive stock pick and a conservative one. Since I am the Dividend Hunter, both stocks will be higher […]

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