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Buy My Top 2 High-Yield Dividend Picks For 2021
Article By: Tim Plaehn
Monday, January 4, 2021 9:59 AM EST
This year I have a pandemic recovery play for the aggressive stock. The conservative stock also is one that suffered a severe, short-term whack to its business results due to the pandemic.
In this article: SPG, NRZ
Buy These 3 High Yield Stocks On A Buyback Binge
Article By: Tim Plaehn
Saturday, November 14, 2020 7:56 PM EST
There is frustration among numerous management teams of companies with high-dividend yields that the stock market has not credited for continued dividend payments. Stock prices fell, resulting in tremendously high yields on the shares.
In this article: PAA, MPLX, NRZ
Can This 7.1% Yield Be Trusted?
Article By: Marc Lichtenfeld
Thursday, October 29, 2020 6:00 AM EST
New Residential Investment Corp. used to be a favorite with dividend investors. As of December, it paid a whopping 12.4% yield and its short track record of paying dividends was solid.
In this article: NRZ
Producing 100% Total Returns From Busted Dividend Stocks
Article By: Tim Plaehn
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 6:48 AM EST
In the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of companies slashed common stock dividends. Many saw business operations significantly affected and did not have the cash to pay the previous dividend rate.
In this article: RL, SKT, NRZ
NRZ Doubles It’s Dividend And Looks To Increase Again
Article By: Tim Plaehn
Wednesday, August 19, 2020 9:24 AM EST
There are two main reasons behind the dividend cuts we’ve seen in 2020. One reason is that the pandemic and related economic shutdown. The other is that the uncertainty brought by the pandemic pushed companies to slash dividends to retain cash.
In this article: PAA, GMLP, NRZ

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Can This 7.1% Yield Be Trusted?
Kurt Benson 10/29/2020 2:31:52 PM

I think it can. The proof is in the pudding. They have increased the dividend every quarter and will most likely increase it again at the end of the year. Why do that at all? $NRZ

A Safe 11.5% Yield… But For How Long?
Ronn J. 7/8/2018 8:00:04 PM

Thank you for your insight on $NRZ. I will be watching for more comments on NRZ in the future on your site.

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