High-Yield Investing

A High-Yield Stock That’s Better at 15% Than One at 20%

A High-Yield Stock That’s Better at 15% Than One at 20%

Last week I hosted an online session for my Dividend Hunter newsletter subscribers with InfraCap co-founders Jay Hatfield, CEO and Portfolio Manager and Edward Ryan, CFO and COO. During the hour long discussion we covered MLP investing and the changes to the high-yield InfraCap MLP ETF (NYSE: AMZA). In January, AMZA announced a dividend policy […]

3 High Yield Stocks to Sell on the Fed Rate Increase

3 High Yield Stocks to Sell on the Fed Rate Increase

Last week the Federal Reserve Board announced another interest rate hike. The Fed increased its target short term interest rate by 0.25% to a range of 1.25% to 1.5%. The new Fed Funds rate is up from 0.50% a year ago, after three quarter point increases this year. While many investor fears concerning higher interest […]

Add This Unique REIT to Your Portfolio for Dividend Safety

Add This Unique REIT to Your Portfolio for Dividend Safety

Sometimes the first glance at a stock can give the wrong impression. For example, consider the case of MGM Growth Properties LLC (NYSE: MGP). This REIT owns casino properties, where results can be very volatile, leased to a single tenant: MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM). That level of concentration looks very risky for a REIT. […]

The 15% Yield Dividend Stock Set to Double

The 15% Yield Dividend Stock Set to Double

For the last three months, the value of Uniti Group Inc. (Nasdaq: UNIT) has been a real turkey for high yield stock investors. Since late July share owners have experienced a decline of the UNIT share price from the mid $20’s to a recent low under $14. With the recent earnings report out of Uniti, […]

3 High-Yield REITs for Coming Higher Interest Rates

3 High-Yield REITs for Coming Higher Interest Rates

For the past several years, the potential of higher interest rate announcements from the Fed has led to share price drops in the real estate investment trust (REIT) sector. The belief is that since REITs are owned for the dividend yield, higher future interest rates are a negative for the sector. The theory is that […]