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The biggest catalyst for high-yielding real estate investment trusts with a variable asset base is the Federal Reserve. Banks and REITs that hold a large percentage of floating-rate assets on their balance sheet will continue to benefit from a more hawkish Fed that moves along the interest rate curve. This company has dividend and capital upside. The CRE firm’s valuation is attractive since shares continue to sell for a discount to BV. Upside is tied to the CRE market remaining stable and interest rates rising. An investment in thestock yields 10.3 percent.

Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance, Inc. (ARI) is a buy on the drop. The commercial real estate finance company’s shares have fallen off their 52-week highs in 2017, offering income investors an interesting entry into the stock. Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance sells for a discount to book value. Further, I see potential for the company to grow its dividend payout as well as potential to close the gap between book value and share price.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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The best time to buy a dividend grower is usually any time – if you’re holding period is long enough, that is. But, what if you don’t have years to wait to get rich? Today, I’m going to show you a simple dividend growth “timing formula” that will help you accumulate great wealth with shareholder-friendly stocks. I’m talking about gains up to 40% per year, which means your money will double every two years. Worse case, you might have to settle for 24% annually – which means your money will take three years to double! How’d we do it? How are their portfolios already on pace to double in value by this time next year, just two years into their investments? ...

Simple – we bought stocks with prices that were due to “catch up” with their soaring payouts. The first of the two timing signals we’ll discuss today. If a stock pays a 3% current yield and then hikes its payout by 10%, it’s unlikely that its stock price will stagnate for long. Investors will see the new 3.3% yield, and buy more shares. They’ll drive the price up, and the yield back down – eventually towards 3%. This is why your favorite dividend “aristocrat” – a company everyone knows and has paid dividends forever – never pays a high current yield. Its stock price rises too fast!

Source: InvestorPlace

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Over the last several years some companies have chosen to not raise their dividend, while others decided to cut their dividend and a few even decided to stop paying a dividend. In some cases their financials did not warrant the change. As investors in dividend growth stocks, we want to look for companies with a positive dividend culture.

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3 Small-Cap Stocks With Sizable Dividends

Posted by D4L | Friday, September 22, 2017 | | 0 comments »

Investors who love dividend stocks rarely buy small-cap stocks because they’re interested in consistent dividend growth, something smaller companies often can’t provide. In the ninth year of a bull market, the price-to-earnings ratio of the S&P 600 SmallCap Index, like most indexes, has risen dramatically since 2011. That said, it doesn’t mean there aren’t small caps worth owning that pay a sizable dividend and are still growing. Here are my three best ideas of small-cap stocks worth owning...

The five-year chart of New York-based investment bank Greenhill & Co., Inc. (NYSE:GHL) looks identical to an Olympic ski jump. A lot of people steer clear of business development companies like Solar Capital Ltd. (NASDAQ:SLRC) because they feel the high dividend yield isn’t worth the extra risk. You can call me crazy for picking American Eagle Outfitters (NYSE:AEO) given the retail apocalypse we’re in, but I believe that the upside for AEO stock is far greater than the downside at this point.

Source: InvestorPlace

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This Stock Is Offering a High Dividend Yield of 5.4%

Posted by D4L | Thursday, September 21, 2017 | | 0 comments »

One income source that has rewarded many income investors with market-beating returns is dividend growth stocks. Simply put, the companies that such stocks would be associated with are growing businesses that are growing their top-line revenue and paying a gradually higher dividend. This not only means money in investors’ pockets, but also returns that match, if not beat, the inflation rate. This type of stock requires patience, buying and then holding onto the shares for some time. There is no need to try to time the market; rather, timing in the market is what matters...

One dividend growth stock worth considering is Life Storage Inc (NYSE:LSI). Life Storage is a real estate investment trust that acquires, owns and manages self-storage locations. The company has an ownership of more than 625 self-storage properties in 29 states across the U.S., including California, Florida, Nevada, and Arizona. Back in 2013, the dividend per share amounted to $0.48 per quarter. But, since then, the payout has more than doubled to $1.00 per share. This means that the dividend has an annual growth rate of 20%, which easily passes the average inflation rate of three percent.

Source: Income Investors

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