If you like to generate stable income from your investments, this energy focused CEF has a minimum annual distribution commitment of 6% and is currently trading at a discount of 16.7% to its NAV. The fund is one of the oldest CEFs and has a successful track record of paying over 80 years of distributions. The fund has been a consistent performer and what is even more encouraging is that it operates with no interest-bearing debt! If you’re looking for a powerful income-producing investment, with a long successful track record based on an indispensable element of economic growth, and trading at an attractively discounted price—this one is worth considering.
Stocks are off to their best start in 32 years. But as you can see in the chart, the strong start comes after an absolutely abysmal 4th quarter. This report reviews the current state of the rebound and opportunities from the perspective of high income closed-end funds. We conclude with investment ideas and advice.
What a difference a quarter can make. At the end of Q3 the skies were blue and investors were happy. Now, according to the media, the world is ending. Non-stop talk of trade wars, plummeting oil prices, a government shutdown, and monetary policy uncertainty and fear. Guess what? This market will go higher and if you wait for the robins, spring will be over. If you’re sitting on the sidelines (i.e. holding more cash than usual), here are three attractive contrarian investment ideas for you to consider.
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.
Oil Prices, which are often somewhat less correlated with the overall market, have sold-off, and so has the overall market, as shown in the following chart. This article highlights three attractive equity investments that have just gotten less expensive: An energy-related closed-end fund managed by a company we like, a group of energy stocks with attractive dividend yields, and an attractive long-term “value play” tangentially related to the industry. Without further ado, here are the attractive opportunities for you to consider.