Tag: REITs

Owning The Top Preferred Stock For High-Yield And Safety

| September 25, 2017 | 0 Comments
Owning The Top Preferred Stock For High-Yield And Safety

Preferred stock shares can be viewed as a hybrid of common stock shares and corporate bonds. Preferred shares pay a fixed dividend rate, similar to bond interest. Technically preferred shares are equity like common shares. The preference feature is that preferred dividends must be paid before any dividends can be paid on a company’s common […]

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5 Top High-Yield Dividend ETFs To Buy

5 Top High-Yield Dividend ETFs To Buy

Truly high yield is difficult to find in the ETF space, but a few select funds offer big income. Just be careful. If you’re looking for dividend ETFs that actually dole out high yield … well, the good news is, you don’t really have to look far. In the world of 2,013 exchange-traded funds listed in […]

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3 High-Yield ETFs That Pay Up To 16%

3 High-Yield ETFs That Pay Up To 16%

Whether you want good, safe yield, or you’re happy to hunt down riskier double-digit yield, these ETFs have you covered Exchange-traded funds are great for a lot of things — diversification, easy-to-understand access to difficult-to-understand areas of the market, and cheap exposure to just about every kind of investment you could possibly want. But on […]

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3 Retail REITs To Salvage For Their Inflated Yields

3 Retail REITs To Salvage For Their Inflated Yields

Many retail stocks are taking a thrashing, and rightfully so. But some retail REITs are being thrown out with the bathwater, juicing their yields. It’s no secret that retail is in a tailspin. The rise of online shopping has cratered sales at long-time retail stalwarts like Macy’s Inc (NYSE:M) and Kohl’s Corporation (NYSE:KSS). And while share […]

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The Most Popular Income ETF

| July 27, 2015 | 0 Comments
The Most Popular Income ETF

Income investing hasn’t been easy with the Fed keeping interest rates near 0% since the 2008 financial crisis.  That’s a difficult pill to swallow for many retired investors living off their investment income. But you can still craft a good income portfolio today.  You’ll need to use multiple asset classes like dividend stocks, REITs, MLPs, […]

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