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Last updated: 2017/1/14 00:34:12 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Alon Usa Energy 4.89
Kohl's 4.89
Ltc Properties 4.88
Hcp 4.87
Astrazeneca 4.86
Physicians Realty Trust 4.86
Entergy 4.85
Hsbc 4.84
At&t 4.83
Nevsun Resources 4.82
Extended Stay America 4.82
Invesco Van Kampen Bond Fund 4.82
Brookfield Canada Office Properties 4.80
Ishares Jpmorgan Usd Emerging Markets Bond Fund 4.76
Ford Motor 4.74
Templeton Global Income Fund 4.74
Liberty Property Trust 4.73
Ferrellgas Partners Lp 4.71
Sabine Royalty Trust 4.71
Firstenergy 4.69
Glaxosmithkline 4.68
Aircastle 4.66
Enduro Royalty Trust 4.66
Pitney Bowes 4.66
Aviva 4.62
Bce 4.62
Kronos Worldwide 4.62
Canon 4.61
Philip Morris International 4.60
Southern Company 4.60
Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust 4.58
Quad Graphics 4.57
Buckle 4.56
Ishares Dow Jones International Select Dividend Index Fund 4.56
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners Lp 4.55
Magellan Midstream Partners 4.53
Urstadt Biddle Properties 4.53
Credit Suisse Group 4.52
Pembina Pipeline 4.50
Liberty All Star Equity Fund 4.49
Vermilion Energy 4.49
Statoil Asa 4.48
Cone Midstream Partners Lp 4.46
Duke Energy 4.44
Ppl 4.44
Diamondrock Hospitality 4.43
Xerox 4.43
Aegon 4.42
Host Hotels & Resorts 4.40
Retail Properties Of America 4.40

Articles featuring Alon Usa Energy (ALJ):

5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio: Nearly Doubling The S&P 500 Return In 2016 (October 2016 Review)

Review and Outlook As predicted, October brought some light volatility and weakness as the nastiest presidential campaign in recent memory took buyers' conviction away. Just like in July... and August... and September... October delivered a nothing sandwich returns-wise (for 80 straight days, the S&P 500 has closed in the 2100s). As long as the ballot box delivers the generally expected result next week (a Clinton presidency with the GOP retaining at least retaining the House)... Read more

5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio: Churning Out Wins (Sep 2016 Review)

Review and Outlook September (like July and August) proved to be a whole lot of nothing as neither the bulls nor the bears were in charge (despite a pickup in volatility which I mostly blame on Wall Street coming back from vacation). With the election pending, I don't see any sustained movements for the next 6 weeks in either direction although there might be some choppiness until the crystal ball get clearer. Not to be partisan (politics and investing are rarely a winning combination),... Read more

5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio: Outperformance Continues (Aug 2016 Review)

Review and Outlook August was a nothing sandwich for the markets with articles about the month appearing with titles like Eerily quiet: 38 days of near-silence for stocks Just how quiet is it? Well one particularly interesting graph shows that this is the lowest volatility reading in the last 2 years. Personally, I just don't think that the uninterrupted good times will last forever. However, I think the fundamentals of the economy are still strong, so I am not looking for... Read more

Ignoring The Lions, Tigers, And Brexits And Focusing On Alpha - 5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio (A June 2016 Review)

Review and Outlook U.S. investors primarily exposed to domestic indexes received an important lesson is separating signal from noise in the past week courtesy of our friends across the pond. The day before the Brexit, the S&P 500 closed at ~2100. 2 days later after Brexit, the S&P 500 dropped below 2000. But 3 days after that, the index closed right back at ~2100. In other words, a nothing sandwich. After all, roller coasters are more likely to deposit you where you started than to... Read more

5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio - Positioning For Volatility (A May 2016 Review)

Review and Outlook After returning from my honeymoon, I moved to San Diego (long a dream of mine) and lucked into a new gig (so now have 2 CFO jobs; however, we are in an M&A process to exit from my old company). High class problems for sure, but needless to say I have been BUSY. Fortunately, the market has done a whole lot of nothing as it obsesses over Fed Speak and politics. Great for me; sideways markets make for a solid time to collect dividends. While I lost a bit of ground this... Read more

5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio - 10% Returns For March/April 2016

Review and Outlook Happy news on the personal front (delayed honeymoon taken, and started a new job) has prevented me from obsessing over my portfolio. With a 10.9% return for the last 2 months (versus the S&P's 7%), maybe I need to focus less! My portfolio's value tilt continues to reward. On top of my 5% dividend rate, I saw outperformance for both March (7.4%, versus 6.8% for S&P 500) and April (3.4%, versus 0.4% for S&P 500). Even my experiment with a robo advisor... Read more

Winning In 2016: A 5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio - Outlook, Performance And Trades For February 2016

Review and Outlook February 2016 began with the same panic that characterized January as the first 2 weeks of the month saw a bull market only in doom and gloom predictions. However, opportunities to pick up bargains for steel willed investors existed and, by the close of the month, the markets had largely stabilized as the S&P 500 finished a few tenths of a percentage below even. My performance largely mirrored this result with a decline of -0.5% (despite a brutal month for the... Read more

Stocks Trading Ex-Dividend on 2/24/2016

The following is a list of companies trading ex-dividend on Wednesday, February 24th:Fortune Brands Home & Security (NYSE: FBHS) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.16 per share, or $0.64 annualized. This is a 14.3% increase from the prior dividend of $0.14. The dividend will be payable on March 16, 2016, to stockholders of record on February 26, 2016, with an ex-dividend date of February 24, 2016. The annual yield on the dividend is 1.2 percent."This represents the third... Read more

Get Greedy With My Top 5 High-Yielding DGI Picks For Feb 2016

Doom and gloom dominate the headlines after 2016 got off it its worse star in, well, ever. However, one person's despair is another's opportunity and, amidst the malaise (some of which is well founded), significant value plays have presented themselves. With America's very low probability of recession, I think the prudent act is to selectively be a buyer, not a seller. I am no oracle, but the deals I see today (similar to August 2015) offer long term investors and traders alike with... Read more

Alon USA Energy - This Refiner Pays A 3.9% Yield, And Could Advance More Than 45% In 2016

Summary U.S. refiner stocks have pulled back as a narrow spread between Brent and WTI crude prices has minimized a competitive advantage the companies previously enjoyed. However, a tax benefit and strong driving trends should offset much of this challenge and drive healthy profits for U.S. refiners in 2016. Shares of Alon USA are trading at a 31% discount to the August highs. Meanwhile, expanding profit margins and a 3.9% yield should cause the stock to rebound in 2016. On... Read more

The Wall St. Cheat Sheet: the Proven Investing System for Winning with Stocks in Every Market

Derek and Damien Hoffman offer a ten-step framework that teaches investors and traders of all levels how to make the right stock choices. It provides the risk-management techniques that Wall Street pros use to profit in rising and falling markets, plus strategies and tactics for mapping market movements, understanding business cycles, and avoiding common mistakes.
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