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Looking for outperforming dividend stocks? It's interesting to see who has been winning the game lately, and it looks like healthcare stocks have caught a bid - this sector is up 6.8% over the past month, after lagging the market earlier in the year. The yields are 6.36% and 5.99%. Both firms have outperformed the market and their benchmarks in 2019, and during all of the recent market pullbacks over the past year plus. These are not energy stocks - there's no K-1.

Although the utilities sector has lagged over the past month, there are certain stocks within it which have outperformed both the utility benchmark and the market. Within the real estate sector, there are healthcare REITs which have also outperformed. We found two such disparate dividend stocks, Atlantica Yield (AY), a UK-based utility with international assets, and Global Medical REIT (GMRE), a US healthcare REIT.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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Each year, it seems like politicians find a new way to take our hard-earned money: income tax, sales tax, property tax, investment income tax, etc. When it comes to picking the pockets of ordinary Americans, no one does a better job than the U.S. government. So, wouldn’t it be nice to have “Uncle Sam” pay you for a change?...

Each year, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) spends roughly $66.0 billion on goods and services needed to keep the nation’s bureaucracy humming. Their biggest expense: real estate. Rather than buying buildings itself, the federal government often opts to rent from private-sector landlords. This makes Uncle Sam one of the country’s largest renters. Several publicly traded investment trusts have cashed in on this opportunity. Three of them are Office Properties Income Trust (NASDAQ:OPI), Easterly Government Properties Inc (NYSE:DEA), and Corporate Office Properties Trust (NYSE:OFC).

Source: Income Investors

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2 Cheap Dividend Stocks You Can Buy Right Now

Posted by D4L | Monday, December 09, 2019 | | 0 comments »

When a dividend-paying business falls on hard times, the sell-off can lead to some very attractive yields, just by virtue of the stock going down. If such headwinds prove temporary, courageous investors may not only benefit from some very nice payouts, but also reap the gains from stock appreciation. Here are two high-quality stocks that currently sport very high dividend yields due to near-term headwinds, but which have a good chance of turning things around.

Oil and gas midstream operator Crestwood Equity Partners (NYSE:CEQP) is a master limited partnership (MLP) that services the Bakken, Niobrara (Powder River), Permian, and Marcellus basins. Crestwood's main business is gathering and processing, with smaller segments in storage and transportation, and marketing and logistics. Crestwood had been on a tear this year, with shares up over 45% for 2019 as of mid-September. However, recent events regarding a key customer have caused shares to fall, halving the year's gains. The world's largest movie theater chain AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) has suffered from concerns over the future of movie going, due to the rise of online streaming services. The company's sizable debt load, which was amassed after AMC bought three other theater chains in 2016 and 2017, is another concern. A huge sell-off over the past three years has caused AMC's dividend yield to skyrocket to 8.3%.

Source: Motley Fool

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These dividend stocks tick both boxes: a very high yield and a bullish outlook from the Street. This is pretty crucial as not all dividend stocks make appealing investing propositions. Looking for those with a bullish analysis from the Street is one way to sort the wheat from the chaff. “A commitment to a dividend can indicate a strong business and a management priority on returning cash to shareholders, both important drivers of long-term stock appreciation” writes JP Morgan. So with this bullish analysis in mind, let’s take a look at these 3 high-yield dividend stocks...

Apple Hospitality REIT (APLE) , as its name suggests, focuses on hotel and other properties in the hospitality industry. The company owns 235 hotels with over 30,000 guest rooms, and has a presence in 87 markets across 34 states. Redwood Trust (RWT) focuses on mortgage activities, investing its capital in residential mortgage funds and engaging in mortgage banking. The company’s main source of real estate income is from prime jumbo residential loans. Crestwood Equity Partners (CEQP) is a midstream service provider with operations in 19 states. The company’s primary focus is in the Bakken Shale, the Delaware Permian Basin, and the Marcellus Shale.

Source: NASDAQ

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In the past two months, there’s been a rotation in the market from growth stocks to value stocks. For dividend value stock investors, Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM) stock offers investors a great dividend yield, an excellent source of cash flow and a potential long-term earnings multiple expansion opportunity. XOM stock, so far flat for the month of November, is only 6% above its 52-week low.

To be sure, 10 years is a long way to look down the line. But thinking XOM stock is dead in the water because the oil business is in secular decline is one-dimensional thinking. Exxon stock is cheap, it has a solid balance sheet, near-term cash flow growth opportunities and a world-class 5% dividend yield. It may not be a top performer in your portfolio. But XOM stock is a solid, low-risk source of dividend income with near-term risk to the upside.

Source: InvestorPlace

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