Dividends4Life: 2 “Strong Buy” Dividend Stocks With at Least 9% Dividend Yield

A full-blown recession, or the late-year rally in Wilson’s view – the natural move for investors will be toward defensive stocks, moves to protect portfolio investments and secure an income stream. And that will naturally draw them toward high-yield dividend stocks. A key factor will be finding dividend stocks that yield higher than inflation, to guarantee a real return. We’ve used the TipRanks database to pull up the details on just such stocks, seen as Strong Buy choices on the Street with dividend yields of 9% or better. Let's take a closer look.

First up is MPLX (MPLX), the midstream spin-off of Marathon Petroleum. MPLX has operated independently of its parent company for the last 10 years, and now has a wide-ranging network of midstream oil and gas assets, owning and operating the infrastructure – pipelines, river shipping, terminals and refiners, and storage tank farms. The next high-yield dividend payer we're looking at is Trinity Capital (TRIN), a business development company that works with venture debt, the high-risk, high-potential investments made in start-up firms. Companies like Trinity make such capital available to the start-ups that drive the innovation in the economy – and the long-term winners of that cohort will define the economy of the future.

Source: Yahoo Money

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