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3 High-Yield REITs for Extra Income

Posted by D4L | Sunday, November 28, 2021 | | 0 comments »

Income investors are in a difficult position. Interest rates remain near zero, meaning yields across fixed income have declined over the past several years. When it comes to stocks, the rally to all-time highs in the market has caused the average dividend yield of the S&P 500 index to decline to around 1.3%. This is why investors looking for higher levels of income can look to high-yield REITs.

Real estate investment trusts, or REITs for short, generally offer high dividend yields because they are required to pay out substantially all of their earnings to shareholders. This results in high payout ratios, but also high yields that are routinely several times that of the broader market. And in the case of the three stocks we’ll look at below, that is certainly true, given these three have above-market yields even when compared to other REITs. They are: Annaly Capital Management (NYSE:NLY), Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance NYSE:ARI) and Omega Healthcare Investors (NYSE:OHI).

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3 Rock-Solid Healthcare Dividend Stocks Now on Sale

Posted by D4L | Saturday, November 27, 2021 | 0 comments »

It makes sense to buy these solid stocks when their shares dip. The three pharmaceutical companies all offer dividends with above-average yields. Pfizer (NYSE:PFE), Bristol Myers Squibb (NYSE:BMY), and Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) are huge pharmaceutical companies that offer attractive dividends. Another thing they have in common is they may all be underpriced, making now a good time to buy their stocks.

Take a quick look at their forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratios, which range from Johnson & Johnson's low 16.5 to the really low 11.2 for Pfizer and 7.9 for Bristol Myers Squibb. Compare those numbers to the pharmaceutical average of 34.05, and you can see why I think now may be a good time to go shopping.

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Multiple industrial sectors look poised to benefit from the infrastructure spending, and Wall Street analysts have spotlighted many companies that could benefit the most. Here we picked five Buy-rated industrial stocks that look like solid ideas for growth investors looking to cash in on what could be a very profitable scenario. It is important to remember that no single analyst report should be used as a sole basis for any buying or selling decision.

Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE: CAT) is the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of construction equipment, and it is also a leading manufacturer of diesel engines and turbines for transport and industrial applications. One way or another, equipment company products will be in demand, and Deere & Co. (NYSE: DE) is a leader. Martin Marietta Materials Inc. (NYSE: MLM) is one of the largest U.S. suppliers of aggregates, with operations across 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. Oshkosh Corp. (NYSE: OSK) designs, manufactures and markets specialty vehicles and vehicle bodies worldwide. Vulcan Materials Corp. (NYSE: VMC) is one of the largest producers of construction aggregates (crushed stone, sand and gravel) in the United States and a significant producer of aggregates-based construction materials (ready-mixed concrete and asphalt mix).

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The 6 Greatest Dividend Investors of All Time

Posted by D4L | Thursday, November 25, 2021 | | 0 comments »

The 6 greatest dividend investors of all time use dividend accumulation and reinvestment to amass million and billion dollar portfolios. Dividends are a powerful tool. While the cash distributions from dividend-paying equities can provide wonderful passive income for living expenses, reinvested dividends have the potential to grow exponentially and bring a far greater payday in the future.

1. Ronald Read was an average Joe investor lacking an MBA, finance degree, or notable professional experience. He did have, however, an $8 million dividend portfolio paying $20,000 per month at the time of his death in 2015. 2. Grace Groner is a lesser-known investor who embodied the principle of buy, hold and reinvest. Groner worked as a secretary at Abbott Laboratories (NYSE:ABT) for 43 years. Early in her career in 1935, she invested $180 in three shares of Abbott. She never sold and instead opted to reinvest all of her dividends. After 75 years, she had $7 million. 3. Bill Ackman, an activist investor mentored by Warren Buffett, is the billionaire fund-manager of Pershing Square Holdings. 4. Sir John Templeton began managing the Templeton Growth Fund in 1954 and continued to guide its investments through 1992. 5. Benjamin Graham was a British-born American investor famous for mentoring Warren Buffett. 6. Warren Buffett is widely considered the greatest investor of all time, and much of his investment strategy relies on collecting dividend payments.

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6% Yield, Monthly Payer, No K-1

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, November 24, 2021 | | 0 comments »

The International Energy Agency estimates that "total oil and natural gas demand is expected to increase 16% by 2040, supplying 52% of the world's energy needs. Energy demand will be driven by a 19% increase in the world's population and rising per capita energy use, supporting improved global living standards."

Calgary, Canada-based Pembina Pipeline Corporation (PBA) provides transportation and midstream services for the energy industry. It operates through 3 segments: Pipelines, Facilities, and Marketing & New Ventures. PBA is a member of the Toronto Exchange 60 Index, and has paid approximately $9.5 billion in dividends since inception. PBA was incorporated in 1954. PBA pays $CAN $.21 monthly and yields 6.3%. It has strong 1.62X dividend coverage and is rated Investment Grade. Valuations, profitability, debt & leverage, and performance vs. midstream averages are detailed in this article. 2 options-selling trades for PBA are also offered, with tax deferral benefits.

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