Dividends4Life: 3 Low-Risk Preferred Stocks to Juice Your Portfolio

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I’m in love with preferred stocks. In a period where the Federal Reserve has killed yield, these little buggers have provided dividends galore, usually exceeding 6%, and often approaching 9%. Because preferred stocks resemble bonds in so many ways, they trade like bonds, meaning they move in very small ranges. They also, by nature, offer very high yields compared to risk.

Here are three particularly low-risk preferred stocks to buy: Ashford Hospitality Trust, Inc. (AHT) Series D (AHT-D) and Series E (AHT-E) shares may be the lowest risk of all preferreds because they’ve already been through the worst of times, survived, and were not even cut. I am also in love with the Preferreds of Public Storage (PSA). I like the way Capital One Financial Corp. (COF) has been expanding and diversifying.

Source: InvestorPlace

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