Dividends4Life: 2 Defensive High Yielders, 5%-Plus To 6%, Outperforming During Pullbacks, No K-1s

It has been a bit of a bumpy ride in these early days of 2020, with the market gyrating to the tunes of crude oil, impeachment drama, and the corona virus outbreak. This kind of environment can inspire investors to seek a hideout from market fallout, but safe havens with attractive dividend yields can be hard to find.

Two high yield income vehicles which have outperformed during the most recent market pullbacks are a Healthcare REIT, the Global Medical REIT Inc. (GMRE), and a Closed-End Fund (CEF), the Principal Real Estate Income Fund (PGZ). GMRE has an attractive healthcare asset mix, with its two largest segments being a ~55% concentration in Medical Office Buildings (MOBs) and 28% in In-Patient Rehab facilities (IRFs). PGZ's top allocation is in Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities, 63.87%, followed by International Real Estate Securities, 18.85%, and US Real Estate Securities, 16.98%.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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