Dividends4Life: 3 'Strong Buy' Dividend Stocks with Very High Yield

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We set out to find stocks that have the double whammy of a high dividend yield and the full support of the Street. We used Nasdaq Smart Portfolio’s powerful stock screener which gives us access to its database of over 5,000 stocks. The screener is a neat source of fresh ideas because you can filter according to a unique range of options that measure market sentiment. Here we set three of the nine filter options- above medium size market cap, very high dividend yield and a Strong Buy analyst consensus rating. This pulled up a list of about 10 stocks from which we selected the following three tickers. Let’s now take a closer look at these intriguing investment opportunities...

Spectra Energy Partners (SEP) owns interests in US pipeline and storage facilities that connect supply and demand for natural gas and crude oil. If we break it down, this means the company owns a whopping 15,000 miles of transmission pipelines, 170 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage and 5.6million barrels of crude oil storage. Pattern Energy (PEGI) is a leading renewable energy company. PEGI boasts 20 winder power facilities, across the US, Canada and Chile. According to PEGI, “these facilities generate stable long-term cash flows in attractive markets that have strong growth potential.” On top of this, the stock pays out an attractive dividend rate of 6.5% and an annualized payout of $1.68. The next payment of $0.42 will be at the end of October. Park Hotels & Resorts Inc (PK) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) that owns some of the world’s most luxurious hotels- giving it significant underlying real estate value.Indeed, the company owns an impressive 67 premium hotels adding up to over 35,000 rooms across the US, Europe, South America and Africa. Some of its biggest names include the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort and the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek.

Source: NASDAQ

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