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If your income portfolio gives you the same dollar value of dividends as it did 10 years ago, your purchasing power has essentially deteriorated. Fortunately, there are companies that have been growing their payout to shareholders. If they raise their dividends at a faster pace than the rate of inflation, investors would actually have higher purchasing power as time goes by. So let’s take a look at three dividend growth stocks worth considering for 2019. They yield up to 10.4%...

I want to begin by telling you about a high-flying tech stock: Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). Despite being a four-decade-old company, Microsoft is still growing rapidly. Getty Realty Corp. (NYSE:GTY) is in the real estate business. Headquartered in Jericho, New York, the company specializes in the owning, leasing, and financing of convenience stores and gasoline locations. For those who think GTY stock’s safe and growing payout of 5.1% still isn’t enough, I present to you Sprague Resources LP (NYSE:SRLP).

Source: Income Investor

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This 8.5% Yield Keeps on Increasing

Posted by D4L | Friday, November 16, 2018 | | 0 comments »

Like many of our decisions, finding the right income investment involves choosing between the present and the future. The trade-off is quite obvious: you can go with companies that pay a lot of dividends right now, or companies that can grow their payout in the future but don’t offer much in terms of current yield.

But what if you want to have both? Well, there just might be a perfect solution: Holly Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE:HEP) stock. Most people have never heard of its name, but Holly Energy Partners has been raising its payout for quite some time. The best part is, because HEP stock does not really make headlines that often, its unit price did not shoot through the roof like many of the well-known dividend growth stocks. As a result, it offers a high current yield that has plenty of room to grow.

Source: Income Investors

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3 High-Yield Stocks Still Worth Buying

Posted by D4L | Friday, November 16, 2018 | | 0 comments »

Chasing yield can be a dangerous pursuit for income-loving investors, as some of the most dangerous dividend-paying stocks sport very high yields. Sometimes high-yield stocks can mean high returns without high risk...

But that doesn't mean all high-yield stocks are risky. In fact, some can generate substantial total returns for investors. Welltower (NYSE:WELL), PetMed Express (NASDAQ:PETS), and National Presto (NYSE:NPK) are three high-yielding stocks that could just fit the bill.

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Shares of AT&T (NYSE:T) plunged 8% to a new 52-week low on Oct. 24 after the telco posted a mixed third quarter earnings report. The company's revenue, boosted by its acquisition of Time Warner (now known as WarnerMedia), rose 15% annually to $45.7 billion and beat estimates by $320 million.

Its adjusted earnings rose 22% to $0.90 per share, but missed expectations by four cents. The bottom line miss was disappointing, especially since WarnerMedia added $0.05 to AT&T's earnings during the quarter. But after that big drop, many investors are probably wondering if it's safe to buy AT&T for its forward yield of 6.6%. Let's take a closer look at AT&T's dividend and the telco's biggest headwinds to find out. Simply put, investors should still consider AT&T a stable income investment. The stock probably won't rebound significantly over the next few months, but it should continue to pay out reliable dividends for the foreseeable future.

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How 1 High-Yield REIT Saved Itself From Sears

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, November 14, 2018 | | 0 comments »

As Sears Holdings has tumbled toward bankruptcy in the past few years, its massive store base has become a huge liability for many mall owners. For some landlords, the problem was simply having a deadweight anchor that wasn't driving much traffic to the mall. In other cases, Sears has closed stores over the past few years -- or is poised to do so after filing for bankruptcy last week -- leaving a huge swath of vacant mall real estate in its wake.

Not too long ago, Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (NYSE:PEI) would have been severely impacted by Sears' woes. However, the mall REIT has done a remarkable job of reducing its exposure to Sears in recent years. As a result, the Sears Holdings bankruptcy doesn't pose a major threat to PREIT's financial performance -- or its generous 9.3% dividend yield.

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