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Investors’ perception of where interest rates are going can have a major impact on the stock market. The recent pullback in U.S. equities serves as the latest example. With solid results from economic indicators such as average hourly earnings, durable goods orders, and construction spending, investors feared that inflation would shoot beyond the U.S. Federal Reserve’s target of two percent,
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If you've gassed up, or had an ice cream cone, or enjoyed a glass of spirits, most likely you've experienced one of the many uses of ethanol. It's used in food products, blended gasolines, and in distillers' spirits, and it has become a big business in the US, which leads the world in ethanol production, with over 2x second place Brazil's production. The yield is 11.04%, Q4 distribution coverage
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The stock market sell-off has made quality income vehicles more affordable. This BDC is oversold, shares currently change hands for ~1.6x book value. It will continue to grow its monthly dividend, and has an attractive reward-to-risk ratio after the price drop. An investment in the stock comes with a 7.9 percent entry yield. Main Street Capital Corp. (MAIN) looks like a good deal now. The
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Stocks that have a strong history of dividend growth belong to mature companies, which are less susceptible to large swings in the market, and thus act as a hedge against economic or political uncertainty as well as stock market volatility. At the same time, these offer downside protection with their consistent increase in payouts. Here are five of the 20 stocks that fit the bill:
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As many people search for the best high-yield dividend stocks, the fast-changing tech sector is often the last place they look. But make no mistake; some of the market's most promising dividend stocks hail from the world of technology. The tech world changes quickly. But these high dividends won't... So we asked three top Motley Fool investors to each pick a high-yield tech stock that they
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If you want to collect an oversized income stream, owning physical properties might not be the best way to do it. That leaves us with real estate investment trusts (REITs). But then again, as investors have searched for yields over the last several years, prices of the most well-known REITs have already gotten expensive, meaning, if you buy their stocks today, the yield would likely be
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Sell-off in the high-yield sector is a good opportunity to buy this BDC. Shares currently sell for a 30 percent discount to NAV. Reward-to-risk combination, entry yield, and margin of safety have all improved in the last two, three weeks. Dividend should be sustainable over the short haul. An investment in the stock throws off an 11.3 percent dividend. Prospect Capital Corp.'s (PSEC) shares
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The important thing to consider is that while these companies may have been beaten up recently they’re all high-quality, fundamentally strong names. What’s more, they all boast reliable dividends with cash flows to back it up. Keeping that in mind, here are three dividend stocks at discount prices that you can trust in the years ahead. Tech stocks like International Business Machines Corp. (
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It feels like a bloodbath on Wall Street but in reality the S&P 500 is only closing in on what should be a routine 5% pullback. With that in mind, is it time to consider buying? Provided that the world isn't ending -- and it's not -- investors who have been waiting patiently on the sidelines may want to consider buying some stocks. For many, they may turn toward dividend stocks. Where should we
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In today’s market, the number-one reason why investors tend to stay away from ultra-high yielders is the concern about their dividend safety. Think about it: when most companies pay less than four percent, how is it possible for a company to support a double-digit dividend yield? Indeed, it’s not uncommon for a high-yield stock to cut its dividend. And as income investors with a long-term horizon
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