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Current high yielders
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Any good recommendations for high yielding stocks (5%+) to take a look at right now? I'm doing some basic portfolio maintenance and I'm looking to add one high yielder so my dividend income doesn't suffer too much.

T and BCE are both on the list already, though neither reach the 5% mark but they get close.
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(05-08-2017, 01:02 AM)crimsonghost747 Wrote: Any good recommendations for high yielding stocks (5%+) to take a look at right now? I'm doing some basic portfolio maintenance and I'm looking to add one high yielder so my dividend income doesn't suffer too much.

T and BCE are both on the list already, though neither reach the 5% mark but they get close.

How about OHI and WPC?
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(05-08-2017, 01:02 AM)crimsonghost747 Wrote: Any good recommendations for high yielding stocks (5%+) to take a look at right now? I'm doing some basic portfolio maintenance and I'm looking to add one high yielder so my dividend income doesn't suffer too much.

T and BCE are both on the list already, though neither reach the 5% mark but they get close.

Munich Re and Sampo are worth checking
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#4
DIN and TIS are two small caps over 5%. Ford is also over 5% currently. My personal favorite is OHI, but it's already been mentioned.
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#5
I listed all the good companies that are currently paying 5% or a more yield. Some on this list are great buys right now.. Good luck

BX, CTL, LVS, MAT, EPD, KSS, OXY, GME, BPL, VGR, RDS.A, RIO, LHO and SEP
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#6
Munich Re certainly looks interesting... decent business model and the basic numbers seem to be very much in order, except for the EPS which has a trend I'm not too fond of. And honestly I'd love to have some more companies paying in Euro.


A big thank you to everyone for all the tips so far. I've spotted at least 4 interesting ones that I'll be taking a closer look at.
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(05-08-2017, 09:20 AM)ChadR Wrote: DIN and TIS are two small caps over 5%. Ford is also over 5% currently. My personal favorite is OHI, but it's already been mentioned.

Just an FYI, TIS recently eliminated its dividend so you probably want to take that one off your watch list.
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#8
EricL, thanks for the heads up on TIS. While on the watch list, I haven't done much research into them since they made the watch list a few years ago. They will be eliminated.

Not sure if you like SureDividend or not, but they have an article today on 5% yielders. http://www.suredividend.com/high-dividend-stocks/

Haven't read the article. Just saw it pop up.
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(05-08-2017, 09:50 AM)crimsonghost747 Wrote: Munich Re certainly looks interesting... decent business model and the basic numbers seem to be very much in order, except for the EPS which has a trend I'm not too fond of.  And honestly I'd love to have some more companies paying in Euro.


A big thank you to everyone for all the tips so far. I've spotted at least 4 interesting ones that I'll be taking a closer look at.

Which 4?
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(05-08-2017, 02:18 PM)Binary Wrote:
(05-08-2017, 09:50 AM)crimsonghost747 Wrote: Munich Re certainly looks interesting... decent business model and the basic numbers seem to be very much in order, except for the EPS which has a trend I'm not too fond of.  And honestly I'd love to have some more companies paying in Euro.


A big thank you to everyone for all the tips so far. I've spotted at least 4 interesting ones that I'll be taking a closer look at.

Which 4?

I'll almost certainly start a position in OHI.

BX is really hard to understand. I'm still looking into it but right now I'm a little skeptical, seems like the business model is a bit too volatile for my taste, however more research is still required.

Munich Re... the only thing wrong is the stagnant EPS. For me a steadily rising EPS is one of the more important metrics, and they certainly haven't done that in the past 5 years, even with all the repurchases they are making. So I think I'll forget this one for now, but I'll keep an eye to see if this issue gets solved.

While I'm not a big fan of oil companies, RDS will still get a closer look.

Chances are I'll also grab another Canadian bank into the mix, I love owning CIBC but I might want another one there to diversify a little as this position is getting very large. They are yielding around 4% now.
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