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Odd Couple: Kraft Heinz (4.6% Yield) Vs PIMCO Dynamic Credit & Mortgage CEF (8.8% Yield%)

If you like attractive high yield investments, your search can take you to all corners of the market. This week’s Blue Harbinger Weekly compares the post dividend cut 4.6% yield of Kraft Heinz to the 8.8% dividend yield of PIMCO’s popular closed-end fund, PCI.

Kraft Heinz: Why This Hated 5.4% Yielder May Have 25% Upside

As the shares have sold off over the last 18 months, the dividend yield of Kraft Heinz has climbed to 5.4%. And after reviewing why the market hates Kraft Heinz, this article provides 7 reasons why contrarians may want to consider investing, including why the shares may have more than 25% upside.

Retirement Stocks: 2 Unloved, Dividend-Paying, Consumer Staples

“Investing is the only business I know that when things go on sale, people run out of the store” – Mark Yusko

If you are looking for high-flying aggressive growth stocks, this article is NOT for you. However, if you are an income-focused contrarian investor, you may want to consider the ideas presented in this article. In particular, you may have noticed that consumer staples stocks have been significantly lagging the rest of the market lately…

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