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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.

The More It Falls: Top 5 Big Yields Worth Considering

This report is a continuation of our free report title “Top 10 Big Yields Worth Considering.” However, this members-only version contains all the detail for the top 5 big yields worth considering. It includes equities, debt, a closed-end fund, and a very attractive preferred stock. All yielding between 6% and 12%, and all trading at very attractively discounted prices.

3 Blue Chips For Strong Income, Plus Price Appreciation

One of our favorite long-time members (HB from Texas) recently asked “If you had to pick two or three securities for primarily income, but good candidates for capital growth, which would they be?” He mused REITs, MLPs, preferred stocks and bonds. For your consideration, this article includes three blue chip ideas that we consider attractive right now because of their strong income, as well as their potential for healthy price appreciation to boot.

PCI: Attractive 8.6% Yield, But Know The Big Risks

The PIMCO Dynamic Credit and Mortgage Income Fund (PCI) is an attractive CEF for a variety of reasons (including its big 8.6% yield and discounted price versus NAV). However, a look under the hood shows that PCI is exposed to some very big risks. This article provides an overview of the fund, reviews the big risks investors may want to consider, and concludes with our opinion about investing in PCI.

Attractive High-Income Closed-End Funds

This article details multiple attractive opportunities to capture >6%+ yields. And because these attractive income opportunities are all CEFs, they offer investors a little something extra in terms of their currently discounted prices versus their NAVs. If you're an income-focused investor, these CEFs are worth considering.

This High-Yield Low-Risk Investment is Worth Considering

The primary objective of most income-focused investors is to generate as much income as possible with very little risk. And there are smart ways to do this that are often overlooked because so much of the investment world is focused on maximizing total returns (instead of generating safe high income). This article highlights one such opportunity. Specifically, if you are an income-focused investor, this article explains why this particular 8.8% yield is attractive and worth considering.

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