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1 Dividend Stock I’d Buy Today

Posted by D4L | Monday, May 21, 2018 | | 0 comments »

Reliable dividend stocks with the potential for long-term payout growth can be solid choices for investors looking to generate cash and even beat the market overall. When a company delivers those dividend hikes, a low-yielding stock can turn into a high-yield stock before you know it.

NextEra Energy Partners' (NYSE:NEP), with its 4% dividend yield, may not qualify as a high-yield stock among yieldcos now, but there's good reason to expect big payout growth ahead, which I think makes it one of the top dividend stocks for investors to buy today.

Source: Motley Fool

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You know what's good to see in one of your holdings? Management actually doing what they said they were going to do. The yield is 9.97%, with 1.17X coverage in Q4 '17. Goes ex-dividend this week. Management just raised the payout, based on new assets that'll increase 2018 earnings substantially. It's 12% below analysts' lowest price target. This is a C-Corp that issues 1099s - no K-1. There's also a preferred series yielding 8.4%.

"Following the closing of the acquisition of the remaining 49% ownership interest in the Höegh Grace entities on December 1, 2017, management anticipates recommending to the Board an increase in the Partnership's distribution to common and subordinated units with respect to the quarter ending March 31, 2018." (Source: HMLP site) That was the management of Hoegh LNG Partners LP (HMLP), a pure play FSRU shipping company, commenting on their intention of raising their upcoming Q1 '18 distribution.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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A few stocks have contributed to the market’s losses more than others, however, and these four stocks in particular have been clobbered to a point where their yields are fat and their P/Es are slim. Indeed, each of these stocks yields between roughly 7% and 12%, but they all trade at less than 10 times next year’s estimates! Are these four wild bargains, or “cheap for a reason”? Let’s dive into our analysis.

“Are newspapers dead?” That’s the question most people would say you need to answer to determine whether USA Today parent Gannett (GCI) is worth a buy, but the answer is not so simple. GameStop (GME) is an infuriating stock that so often seems ready for some sort of bounce – even if not a meaningful one, a significant dead-cat bounce that maybe swing traders can juice. It’s right there, front and center, on Pitney Bowes’ (PBI) website: “Mailing and shipping solutions, with confidence built right in.” At first glance, it’s easy to lump in Compass Diversified Holdings (CODI) with business development companies.

Source: Investing.com

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Some high-yielding dividend stocks are fantastic long-term investments, but others are deeply troubled businesses whose rich dividend yields serve as warning signs. Sometimes stocks are cheap for a reason, after all. Dividend investing can be tricky. These handpicked high-yielders can get you started on the right foot...

To help you sort the wheat from the chaff, we asked some of your fellow investors here at The Motley Fool to highlight a few high-yielders that are in it to win it. Read on to see why you should be more excited than scared by the high yields attached to Omega Healthcare Investors (NYSE:OHI), General Mills (NYSE:GIS), and Nielsen Holdings (NYSE:NLSN).

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If you're looking for dividend stocks with both high yields and room for growth, here is why renewable energy is a great place to start. Renewable energy has quietly become one of the best places for investors to find high-quality dividends that sport high yields as well.

High-yield stocks don't always come with high risk. Yieldcos like Brookfield Renewable Partners (NYSE:BEP), TerraForm Power (NASDAQ:TERP), Pattern Energy (NASDAQ:PEGI), and NRG Yield (NYSE:NYLD) (NYSE:NYLD-A) have yields of over 5% along with long-term contracted cash flows to sell energy to utilities.

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