The S&P 500 has declined over 14% since the start of October as fearful investors have been selling, in many cases indiscriminately. Fear mongering media narratives are usually based, in part, on some truths, such as tariffs, declining oil prices and the fed. This article focuses on contrarian high yielders in which we allocate some of our investment dollars opportunistically, like when fear is higher and prices are lower, as is increasingly the case right now. Without further ado, here are our top 10 big yields worth considering.
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 week’s Weekly highlights an increasingly attractive high-yield, oil & gas, small cap that began trading earlier this year. It’s a case where some investors gave up very big long-term income in exchange for upfront cash via an IPO. It pays monthly, and the shares just sold-off, as shown in the chart. We consider the attractive qualities and the risks, and conclude with our bottom line views.