According to Bank of America, we're likely setting up for a “big top” in stock markets this fall. And if you cannot stomach short- and intermediate-term volatility, this article highlights 10 safe high-income investment opportunities that we believe are worth considering.
Last week was volatile and painful for many higher-yielding securities. For example, REITs, BDCs and MLPs (all known for high-yield) sold off significantly. We are in no way suggesting last week was a bottom, but we do believe some high-quality companies have sold off thereby making for more attractive entry points for long-term investors. This article highlights 100 high-yield equities that sold-off last week, and then reviews 10 specific opportunities that long-term income-focused investors may want to consider.
This past Friday (6/10) was not a good day for high yield stocks as the market was in a risk-off mood. This article includes a table highlighting 50 stocks, yielding over 5%, that experienced large 1-day price declines on Friday. And of the 50, we believe five currently offer particularly attractive investment opportunities for income-seeking investors. Here are the five...
Artificially low interest rates by central banks around the world continue to make it challenging to find attractive yield. With that in mind, we have provided detailed analysis (and reports) for twenty big yield investments that we believe are worth considering. The list includes common stocks, preferred stocks, REITs, MLPs and BDCs, and we’ve broken it down into two groups: (1) Big yield investments with low volatility, and (2) Big yield investments with higher volatility and higher price appreciation potential.
When it comes to big dividend preferred stocks, there’s the good, the bad and the ugly. Before getting into all the details of the five big dividend preferred stocks we really like right now (the good), we first give an example of a big dividend preferred stock that we consider “bad” and one that we consider truly “ugly.”
Teekay Offshore Partners Series A Preferred Units offer an attractive 10.1% yield and significant price appreciation potential. The company recently reduced distribution payments to common unitholders, and we believe this is a good thing because it frees up more cash to support the cumulative preferred unit payments. Management is taking prudent steps to manage capital requirements and position the company for long-term success. If you are an income-focused investor, Teekay is worth a closer look.