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Last updated: 2016/8/25 00:34:13 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Arcelormittal 22.56
Navios Maritime 20.34
Cornerstone Strategic Value Fund 20.26
Cornerstone Total Return Fund 20.20
Dht Holdings 19.76
Frontline 19.37
Harte-hanks 18.99
Midcoast Energy Partners Lp 18.84
Arlington Asset Investment 18.59
Suncoke Energy Partners Lp 18.38
Sandridge Permian Trust 17.65
H&q Life Sciences Investors 17.11
Baytex Energy Trust 17.11
Fortress Investment Group 16.95
Bp Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust 16.20
Medley Capital 15.65
Orchid Island Capital 15.48
Cypress Energy Partners Lp 15.41
Leju Holdings 15.04
Cvr Energy 14.35
Apollo Residential Mortgage 14.12
Eagle Point Credit 14.12
American Midstream Partners Lp 14.01
Tal International Group 13.90
New Residential Investment 13.73
Hi Crush Partners Lp 13.59
Sandridge Mississippian Trust Ii 13.50
Cvr Partners 13.48
Stone Harbor Emerg Market Fund 13.37
Usa Compression Partners Lp 13.26
Resource Capital 13.20
Navios Maritime Acquisition 13.16
Air Industries Group 13.10
Ing Global Equity Dividend & Premium Opp 12.86
Cherry Hill Mortgage Investment 12.80
Armour Residential Reit 12.69
Clough Global Opportunities Fund 12.67
Ing Risk Managed Nat Res Fund 12.63
Anworth Mortgage Asset 12.58
Pimco High Income Fund 12.53
Clough Global Equity Fund 12.48
Dynex Capital 12.43
Northstar Realty Finance 12.35
Whitehorse Finance 12.31
Costamare 12.24
Guggenheim Enh Equity Strategy Fund 12.16
Stellus Capital Investment 12.16
Clough Global Allocation Fund 12.13
Voc Energy Trust 12.07
Global Partners 12.07

Articles featuring Arcelormittal (MT):

Asset Class Weekly - M*A*S*H: A Report About High-Yield Bonds

"We act insane, because if we didn't, we would most surely become insane." -- Hawkeye Pierce, MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors, 1968 It has been another month since my last report in January from the war zone that is the high yield bond market. At the heart of the conflict was and remains the embattled energy sector, which has seen its share of the high yield bond market shrink from over 13% to below 9% due to the heavy casualties inflicted on the sector by the... Read more

Asset Class Weekly: High Yield Blood Bath

It was just one month ago that I wrote my latest update from the high yield battlefront. Conditions were already dire with oil prices still hovering just above $38 per barrel. Of course, the last month has seen overall market conditions go from bad to worse. Not only has oil fallen by another -25% to below $30 per barrel, but the high yield bond market itself has shed another -6%. This raises an worthwhile question: following this latest decline, are we now nearing a bottom in the high yield... Read more

Strengthen Your Portfolio With Dividend Iron And Steel

Oil has been dominating the headlines on a seemingly daily basis. Of course, this comes with good reason as a dramatic drop of almost 50% from summertime highs leave many asking the question of when the bottom will be hit. Though dramatic, the fall in oil price is hardly the only commodity to lose value in recent months. Another valuable commodity that is sensitive to world demand and is often used as a gauge in determining economic growth has fallen over 40% in the last year alone and has... Read more

PFXF: An ETF With Attractive Yield, But Does It Hold Only Preferred Equity Shares?

According, to Van Eck, the ETF administrator: The Market Vectors Preferred Securities ex Financials ETF, (NYSEARCA: PFXF), seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the Wells Fargo Hybrid and Preferred Securities ex Financials Index. The Index is intended to track the overall performance of U.S.-listed preferred securities excluding those with a "financial" sector classification, including securities that, in Wells Fargo... Read more

3 Bargain-Priced Stocks Yielding Up To 5.4%

As the market reaches near record highs, it's becoming harder to find value. Historically, the average price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of the S&P 500 is about 15. Today, the average is 19. I'm not saying we're in a crazy bubble or the market is about to collapse. I'm only saying that stocks have become more expensive recently as low Treasury and savings account returns have forced investors into equities in a desperate search for yield. You may remember May 2009 when the... Read more

Hey CLF Investors, Where'd Your Dividend Go?

What didn't the management team for Cliffs Natural Resources (NYSE: CLF) unleash upon shareholders and the market in its latest release? In addition to the previously noted $1.37 billion in non-cash charges, Cliffs decided to drastically cut its dividend by 76% and issue 9 million common shares (or 6% of current outstanding shares). These issues could be long-term positives, but current investors are obviously put off by these radical actions. Get a deeper perspective on these issues and... Read more

5 Dividend Comeback Stock Picks For 2013

This article will discuss five stocks that I believe will come back in 2013 with price increases. I also own shares of all five companies so I find these stocks suitable for my stock portfolio. There are some key general attributes that I see in these stocks that make them appealing to me. They are as follows: All five of these companies pay a dividend. All five of these companies have seen significant stock price drops over the last year and/or few years. All of these companies are very... Read more

6 Undervalued Growth-Oriented Dividend Stocks Worth Considering Regardless Of The Fiscal Cliff Debacle

The U.S. fiscal cliff has finally become an ever-present threat to the stability of financial markets. As well, due to the lack of solution the divide has only grown more palpable between bullish and bearish investors on the current issue. The real problem though, is that no investor can truly afford to wait it out in "safe-haven" assets four years after the Financial Crisis of 2008. After all, global interest rates are still being held down at historic lows, which is causing... Read more

This Steel Behemoth Could Burn Its Dividend

After steel heavyweights like AK Steel (NYSE: AKS), Nucor (NYSE: NUE), and U.S. Steel (NYSE: X) each released dour results for the latest quarter, it should have been expected that ArcelorMittal's (NYSE: MT) results would be less than stellar. Upon release, however, I'm not sure anyone could have expected what it actually reported. I am not sure if there is a single bit of good news for this company regarding its last three months of operations and near-term outlook. Revenues... Read more

ArcelorMittal: A Steel Maker With Solid Growth Potential And A 4.35% Dividend

ArcelorMittal (MT) is the world's leader in steel production and the paramount force in the industry. It lost over 80% of its market value during the recession and it still has not recovered even though the steel market and the economy have to an extent. Its primary competitors include The United States Steel Corporation (X) and POSCO (PKX). Why buy ArcelorMittal? ArcelorMittal's fair value per share is significantly higher than its current market price, possibly even a 100% or... Read more

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