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UBS Launches 4 Leveraged ETFs After 12 Collapse In April
In March and April, the pandemic-triggered stock market crash hit the high-yield investment sectors, especially hard. Exchange-traded funds and notes (ETFs, ETNs) lost up to 90% of their value in a very short time.
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Four High-Yield ETFs Returning Value And Dividends To Investors
The stock market crash at the start of the so-called “coronacrisis,” was especially devastating to share prices in high yield sectors.
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Alternative Real Estate Income: Collect The Rent Checks Without The Hassle Of Being The Landlord
Specialty REITs provide investment exposure to some types of real estate you may not know you can own through a REIT. Here are five investment ideas to consider.
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This High-Yield Asset Class With Shine With Q2 Earnings
The 2020 second-quarter earnings season promises to be full of surprises – both positive and negative. Shareholders of stocks in index funds like SPY, DIA, and QQQ may be in for a rougher ride than they’d normally expect.
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These Four High-Yield Stocks Make Value Investing Attractive To Investors 
The financial news focuses on the major stock market indexes. These are the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq Composite Index (Nasdaq).
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PFFA Pays 10% With 41% Future Upside
If you are an income-focused investor, you likely feel that your investments have been left behind. The financial news covers the hot stocks such as Amazon and Tesla, which seem to set new record highs every day.
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Energy 'Experts' Are Wrong Again! Take This Opportunity To Lock In 20% MLP Yields
5 years ago

Susan good question. My first thought is that crude is a global commodity, so overall pricing is not that dependent on U.S. production. We will see how it goes from here. The upstream MLPs have moved up nicely since I wrote this article.

In this article: VNR, LGCY, LINE, BBEP, MEMP, LNCO
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