If you are an income-focused investor, it can be challenging to find satisfying yields. Monetary policies have kept rates artificially low, and traditional sources of investment income (e.g. savings, Treasury bonds) just aren’t cutting it. For your consideration, we’ve highlighted (below) three high-yield investments that we believe are trading at attractive prices.
3) New Residential Investment Corp (15.5% Dividend Yield)
New Residential Investment Corp (NRZ) is a huge dividend mREIT. We believe mREITs in general have sold off because of heightened fears related to the possibility of rising interest rates, and fear that residential real estate markets may be overheating and headed for a correction. Not only do we believe these fears are overblown, but we also believe that New Residential should not have sold off right along with other mREITs because of its unique servicing business. You can read our full New Residential report here.
2) Prospect Capital (13.6% Dividend Yield)
This is not the first time we’ve mentioned Prospect Capital (PSEC) but we’re bringing it up again because we believe it continues to trade at a very attractive price. Similar to New Residential (above), we believe the market is overly pessimistic. In the absence of a sharp economic downturn and sweeping carried interest tax reform, we believe Prospect could be a very valuable addition to a diversified income-focused portfolio. You can read our full Prospect Capital report here.
1) Commerical mREIT (+20% Dividend Yield)
Our number one huge dividend stock worth considering is another mREIT. However, in this case it is a commercial real estate company that we believe is oversold because the market is overreacting to potential interest rate hikes and a frothy commercial real estate market. We believe more than enough fear is already baked into the price thus providing an attractive entry point for diversified long-term investors.
We’ve reserved our detailed report on this one for members only, and it can be accessed in this week’s Blue Harbinger Weekly. If you are not already a member, consider a subscription.