Dividends4Life: Fat Dividend Yields to Consider

Fat Dividend Yields to Consider

Posted by D4L | Friday, March 01, 2013 | | 0 comments »

Dividends from healthy, growing companies deliver to us, like mail carriers, in any kind of weather -- boom, bust, or stalled economy. As 2012 drew to a close, I offered some high-yield dividend payers for you to consider. There are a lot of other promising income-generating stocks out there, though, and the year is still young, so if you've been meaning to add some dividends to your portfolio, read on for additional ideas.

Below are a few companies about which you might want to learn more. Note that several are master limited partnerships (MLPs), which offer some tax advantages as well as some complications. Note, too, that very high yields are sometimes tied to riskier stocks that have fallen in value. Be sure to research such companies carefully before jumping in: Sasol (NYSE: SSL) yield 6%, Ares Capital (NASDAQ: ARCC) yield 9.5%, Penn West Petroleum (NYSE: PWE) yield 10.8%, Omega Healthcare Investors (NYSE: OHI) yield 6.5% and Breitburn Energy Partners (NASDAQ: BBEP) yield 9.6%.

Source: Motley Fool

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