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For today’s article, I wanted a simple list of high-yield dividend stocks for 2020. But not just that — the other criteria is that the stock has to be cheap. Essentially, I was looking for a series of dividend stocks that the 2019 stock market rise bypassed. These five stocks have those characteristics.

Gap (NYSE:GPS) stock has a $6.8 billion market value. It has over 3,396 company-owned apparel stores and 542 franchises. Dividend Yield: 5.6% Power Financial (TSE:PWF, OTCPK:POFNF) is a 13 billion CAD market capitalization life and health insurance stock. Dividend Yield: 5.1% Meredith Corporation (NYSE:MDP) is the number-one magazine operator in the U.S. Dividend Yield: 7.3% The Chemours Company (NYSE:CC) makes performance chemicals, including fluoroproducts like refrigerants. Dividend Yield: 5.9% Rio Tinto (NYSE:RIO) is a global company that mines and produces aluminum, silver, molybdenum, copper, diamonds, gold, borates, titanium dioxide, salt, iron ore, and uranium. Dividend Yield: 9.8%

Source: InvestorPlace

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Is This 8.6% Yield Safe?

Posted by D4L | Sunday, January 26, 2020 | | 0 comments »

Each time I write my Income Investors column, I often have to make the tough choice between two deserving candidates. Invariably, the first stock will have a lower upfront yield (say four percent), but offers a high degree of safety. The other one might offer a bigger payout today (say eight percent), but faces the higher possibility of a dividend cut later. I know that some investors want to read more about stock “A,” but others want to hear more about stock “B.” As they say, you can’t make everyone happy. Or can you?

Today I’m going to introduce you to what could be stock “C”: Sabra Health Care REIT Inc (NASDAQ:SBRA). The partnership has assembled an impressive portfolio of nursing homes, specialty hospitals, and senior living communities. Management also invests in mortgage loans on new developments, which throws off steady interest income. These investments have funded a respectable dividend yield (8.6% at the time of this writing). But can you really trust such an oversized payout? Let’s dive into the financials. The first thing you need to check when evaluating a company’s dividend safety is cash flow.

Source: Income Investors

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Insiders Love This 13% Yielder (Pays Monthly)

Posted by D4L | Saturday, January 25, 2020 | 0 comments »

If you have the habit of listening to earnings conference calls, you’ll likely have noticed that, at almost every company, management seems to be optimistic about their business. And this shouldn’t come as a surprise: why would they bad-mouth their own employer? But the prevalent optimism from management also makes it difficult for investors to get a glimpse of how the business is really doing. The good news is, while talk is cheap, if management is willing to put their money where their mouth is, it could represent a more genuine vote of confidence.

One company that insiders seem to love is Great Elm Capital Corp (NASDAQ:GECC), a business development company (BDC) headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. According to the company’s latest investor presentation, employees and affiliates of GECC’s investment manager Great Elm Capital Management, Inc own more than 20% of the BDC’s outstanding shares.

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Investors always look for a safe spot in volatile market conditions. It’s natural. And dividend stocks are a natural refuge – they offer a steady source of income, even if share prices decline. But not all dividend stocks are created equal. We’ve used the TipRanks Stock Screener tool, which scan more than 6,400 stocks, to find the dividend stocks that stand head and shoulders above the rest. We’ve set our filters to show small-cap stocks, with over 35% upside, and dividend yields exceeding 5%. Here are the results...

Gaslog Partners (GLOG), as its name suggests, is a player in the natural gas segment of the industry. Archrock, Inc. (AROC), operates, sells, and maintains the compression equipment needed to liquify, store, and transport natural gas. It’s an essential service for the gas industry. Innovative Industrial Properties (IIPR) lives up to its name. The company is an REIT, but has focused on a new niche: the cannabis industry.

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3 Hated Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

Posted by D4L | Thursday, January 23, 2020 | | 0 comments »

High dividend yields can often mean traders don't think a dividend is sustainable long term. Maybe a business is struggling to grow; maybe there are financial difficulties brewing because of debt. But there's almost always a flaw in a business when dividend yields go over 5% or 6%.

A high dividend yield doesn't mean long-term investors should abandon a stock, though. And I think Ford (NYSE:F), MGM Growth Properties (NYSE:MGP), and Six Flags (NYSE:SIX) are stocks with dividends over 6% that investors should still buy today.

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