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The Henderson Global Equity Income fund (ticker: HFQAX) was launched in 2006 in response to a growing thirst for yield, particularly from baby boomers approaching retirement. Back then, 10-year Treasury bills yielded around 4.5%, which seemed skimpy …
Barron's · 6/23/2015
We of course need to keep our eyes on valuations. But, we should also pay attention to the earnings yield as well. A stock's earnings yield measures just that, the anticipated yield (or return) an investment in a stock could give you based on the earnings ...
Value Walk · 1/14/2014
It’s easy for new investors to become befuddled with the bewildering array of data that’s available online. To make matters worse, different websites calculate common facts and figures in different ways. Today I’m going to focus on some of the most ...
moneysense.ca · 6/25/2015
I noted that many of the recent yield co IPOs have risen so far as to "lend the very term "yield co" a hint of irony" because rising stock prices are accompanied by falling annual dividend yields. Yield Co Worries Because yield cos invest in clean energy ...
Alt Energy Stocks · 7/23/2014
A falling stock market improves dividend yield, which is calculated as annual dividend divided by the current stock price. Another incentive to hunt for high dividend yield stocks is the fact that in India, dividends are tax free. in the hands of shareholders.
The Economic Times · 1/7/2015
However, there’s one corner of the market that’s conspicuously absent from the above chart: preferred stocks. They’re perhaps the only higher-yielding assets which are truly out-of-favor. Because they’ve been overlooked during this high-yield ...
Wall Street Daily · 5/21/2015
Some investment experts are strongly recommending dividend yield strategy these days. They argue that picking up stocks that quote at high dividend yield — obtained by dividing the dividend declared by the current market price of the stock — is a great ...
Economic Times · 8/26/2013
With the market climbing to new all-time highs, but the sharp -10% pullback that preceded it last month still in people's memory, investors are both excited but also a little worried about the market's next move. People are naturally turning to valuations ...
ZACKS · ByKevin Matras · 11/25/2014
Actually, the performance of the stocks that have high dividend yields is discouraging this year regardless. A recent study from Bespoke Investment Group, which has broken down the S&P 500′s constituents into deciles based on dividend yield, concluded ...
INSIDER MONKEY · 6/29/2015
Yes, the stock yields are lower than what junk pays, but junk is very pricey today—as witnessed by the record low yield -- while there are plenty of high yield stocks trading at fair, if not, undervalued levels. Two years ago, income seekers ready to ...
YCharts · 5/23/2014