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3 Monthly Dividend Stocks To Buy Now

Posted by D4L | Tuesday, April 11, 2017 | | 0 comments »

Plenty of investors ask me about monthly dividend stocks—and with good reason. After all, who doesn’t like their dividends rolling in when their bills do? It’s a heck of a lot easier than trying to manage the uneven income stream you get from a portfolio of solely quarterly payers. But convenience isn’t the only reason to like stocks that pay dividends monthly. Another is that monthly payouts signal a confident management team. Shareholders revere dividends, after all, and if management’s fine with getting them hooked on a monthly cash stream, they must be sure they can keep those checks coming—without any nasty surprise. These three are all trading at attractive valuations, to boot. So let’s dive in, starting with...

APLE: An Unloved Lodging Trust. Apple Hospitality Trust (APLE) is a REIT with 236 hotels in 32 states. Lodging REITs have soared post-election, as investors bet that travelers will hit the road with the uncertainty of the vote in the rearview, but Apple Hospitality hasn’t bounced as high as the rest of the pack. STAG: Tiny REIT, Big Yield. STAG Industrial REIT (STAG) is an industrial REIT with a market capitalization of just $1.7 billion. It owns 241 factories and warehouses across the US, totaling about 50 million square feet. GDV: A One-Stop Monthly Dividend Portfolio. Take the CEF I’m recommending today: the Gabelli Dividend & Income Trust (GDV). As I write, it trades at a 9.1% discount to its net asset value (NAV). That’s like getting $1.00 worth of assets for $0.91!

Source: Forbes

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