As the 10 year treasury yield hit a 7-year high on Thursday, the market got jittery. Specifically, many investors fear the fed’s increasingly hawkish monetary policies will put the brakes on the 9-year bull market rally. As a result, stocks sold-off. However, not all stocks are created equally, and some very attractive high-yielders extended their unwarranted slides. Here is a list of 100 high-yield stocks that have continued to sell-off, followed by five specific high-yielders that are attractive and worth considering.
This particular Closed-End Fund (CEF) offers a big 8.3% yield, and it is currently trading at an attractively large discount to its net asset value (NAV). This article explains why this particular CEF presents a very attractive buying opportunity, and we also review the risk factors that investors should be aware of. If you like high-income and less downside risk, this one is worth considering.
If you are looking for low-risk low-reward dividend stocks, this article is NOT for you. However, if you’re looking for higher income yields, and risks that are tilted in your favor, then you may want to consider the ideas highlighted in this article.
If you are an income-focused investor, attractive yield can be hard to find. Especially, considering chronically low interest rates, the constant threat of stock market declines, and the uncertainty of the soon-to-be aligned White House and Congress. For your consideration, we have provided reports for ten high-income opportunities that we consider attractive.