Dividends4Life: A High-Dividend Stock Rewarding Shareholders with a 5.33% Yield

For income investors, the rarest combination to find is a high-dividend stock that is growing its dividend over time. The reason why this is difficult is that high-dividend stocks typically have no growth, so the earnings are simply paid out and that’s it. There is nothing wrong with receiving a high-dividend stock from a company with no dividend growth. However, there is the issue of the hidden cost of inflation.

When conducting my research to find a company with this rare combination, I discovered Cedar Fair, L.P. (NYSE:FUN). A company that operates amusement parks, outdoor and indoor water parks, and hotels across the U.S. and Canada, Cedar Fair’s market cap is just north of $3.5 billion. FUN stock is also part of a unique asset class to invest into because there are not a lot of opportunities available on the public markets.

Source: Income Investor

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1 comments

  1. dividendGeek // January 18, 2017 at 6:57 PM

    Looks solid! Beta of 0.84

    5 Year return: 176.44% (trumps S&P 500)

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