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Last updated: 2017/6/28 00:33:25 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Sandridge Mississippian Trust I 21.28
Bp Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust 21.17
Cornerstone Total Return Fund 20.39
Voc Energy Trust 20.05
Sandridge Mississippian Trust Ii 19.86
Sandridge Permian Trust 18.57
Chesapeake Granite Wash Trust 18.27
Rait Financial Trust 17.91
Westmoreland Resource Partners Lp 17.48
Mv Oil Trust 17.40
Arlington Asset Investment 16.87
Orchid Island Capital 16.60
Mesabi Trust 16.36
Eca Marcellus Trust I 16.00
Suburban Propane Partners 15.12
Enbridge Energy Management 15.06
Stonemor Partners L.p. 14.67
Alon Usa Partners Lp 14.52
Ship Finance International 14.46
Navios Maritime Acquisition 14.29
Huaneng Power International 14.21
Suncoke Energy Partners Lp 13.98
American Midstream Partners Lp 13.81
Usa Compression Partners Lp 13.53
Nordic American Tanker 13.11
Ngl Energy Partners Lp 13.00
Wp Glimcher 12.97
Cbl & Associates Properties 12.62
Medley Management 12.12
Arc Logistics Partners Lp 11.79
Western Asset Mortgage Capital 11.79
Zweig Fund 11.78
North European Oil Royalty Trust 11.66
Cypress Energy Partners Lp 11.63
New Residential Investment 11.57
Eagle Point Credit 11.53
Orchids Paper Products 11.49
Cypress Sharpridge Inv 11.42
Tortoise Energy Infrastructure 11.40
Crestwood Equity Partners 11.24
Mesa Royalty Trust 11.23
Sunoco Lp 11.22
Energy Transfer Partners 11.06
Ellington Financial 10.88
Zweig Total Return Fund 10.76
Frontline 10.73
Summit Midstream Partners Lp 10.67
Oci Partners Lp 10.64
Blackstone Group Lp 10.50
New Media Investment Group 10.49

Articles featuring Sandridge Mississippian Trust I (SDT):

5 'Bad Boy' Dividend Dogs Dig Up 41.6% More Gains For 2016

How Bad Boys Are Bad These were not the worst of the worst. These were "Bad-As" stocks with high yields. The list of fifty bad boy stocks below was created by screening for industries populated by public companies that have allegedly committed acts, made substances, by-products, or devices that maim, kill, tempt, harm, addict, insult, and/or scam the public. These included corporate members of all nine business sectors: basic materials, consumer goods, financial, technology,... Read more

SandRidge Mississippian Trust I - Beware Of This Derivative Inflated Yield Trap

Summary Since mid-August, SandRidge Mississippian Trust I's shares have plunged to $2.00 from $4.75, then rallied back to a range of $3.25 to $3.75. After the latest distribution announcement on October 30, 2015 of $0.30, the shares traded off briefly, but have steadily moved back toward the pre-announcement level. SDT unitholders are currently the beneficiaries of a windfall derivative contract, set to expire in December 2015, which distorts the true earnings power of the... Read more

Buy, Sell, or Hold: BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust

When considering any stock for your portfolio, don't be swayed by just the positives. Examine its pros and cons and decide whether it's possible upside outweighs its risks. Let's take a look at BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust (NYSE: BPT) today and see why you might want to buy, sell, or hold it. Founded in 1989 and based in Austin, Texas, BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust is a $1.7 billion “grantor trust,” holding royalty interests in Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay oil field. Its... Read more

A 9% Dividend Portfolio For Income Investors

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Is Your Mega-Dividend Safe?

Investors are skeptical about extreme dividends these days. A quick screen shows that 106 companies sport a yield of at least 10% today. Of these, only 10 have beaten the S&P 500 benchmark over the last year. For every market-beating SandRidge Mississippian Trust I (NYSE: SDT) and American Capital Agency (Nasdaq: AGNC), there are nine underperformers like Enerplus (NYSE: ERF) or France Telecom (NYSE: FTE). It's not like the market-beaters are far and away higher-quality businesses... Read more

4 High Yielding Oil Trusts To Avoid And 1 High Yield To Buy

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Rising Star Buy: Sandridge Mississippian Trust II

In an earlier article, I outlined the investment case for Sandridge Mississippian Trust II (NYSE: SDR). This royalty trust is a recent spinoff by IPO of Sandridge Energy (NYSE: SD) and offers investors the chance for a sizeable yield and capital gains. So I'll be buying this stock for my Special Situations portfolio, allocating an initial $1,000 to the position. As I explained in greater detail in the February article, Mississippian II is structured similarly to other royalty trusts,... Read more

Introducing The 3rd SandRidge High Yield Trust

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Revisiting Our 2012 Wish Lists

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