Dividends4Life: 5 Ultra High Dividend Stocks – For the Speculator

The markets are more volatile than they’ve been in years. In fact, John Bogle, founder of Vanguard Funds recently said on CNBC that he’d never seen this much market volatility in his 66 years in the field. It’s a challenge to figure out what to buy. If you’re a yield-seeking speculator, here are five stocks with five years of growing dividends and yields north of 6%. Don’t expect much capital appreciation, but if yields continue to rise, you might enjoy market-beating dividend returns. High dividend investing is risky. So don’t invest all your money in risky assets and remain as diversified as possible.

The 9.6 percent dividend growth rate puts Two Harbors (NYSE:TWO) at the top of the high dividend stock list. If you’ll looking to get into the oil and gas industry and get paid handsomely, then CrossAmerica (NYSE:CAPL) might be for you. You may not recognize B&G Foods (NYSE:BGS), but you’re certain to have sampled the brands owned by this food industry, consumer staples company. With dividends growing at 10 percent BGS is worth a look. Williams Partners (NYSE:WPZ) is a limited partnership in the oil and gas pipelines industry, basic materials sector. With a 7.2 percent dividend growth rate, this company might be a high yield addition to your energy sector holdings.Covanta (NYSE:CVA) belongs to the waste management industry in the industrial goods sector. With dividend growth of 8.7 percent, you might want to dig in.

Source: Investor Place

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