Published Mon, 30 Apr 2012 03:33:22 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
After briefly touching Dow 13,000 earlier this month, the market has started to pullback. Do you think that the market rally is overdone? Do you want to lock-in some profits and avoid the intense volatility that we have been witnessing recently? With the economic and political climates only becoming more tumultuous I have been concentrating on high yield opportunities. We all know about the blue-chip dividend companies but there are attractive funds with high yields that are going ex-dividend every week. This strategy can work in one of two ways: either you buy before the ex-date to receive the dividend or buy after if the stock declines far below the after-tax amount of the dividend. Regardless of your short-term strategies, these funds can really be attractive longer-term investments depending on your individual circumstances. Buying the stock to receive the dividend is intuitive but many have contacted me requesting further details...
|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|PLAINS ALL AM. PIPELINE||24.78||19.7||1.21||2.80||11.30|
|TC PIPELINES LP||49.46||16.5||3.00||3.56||7.20|
|NEW YORK COMM BANCORP||16.40||14.7||1.10||1.00||6.10|
|MAGELLAN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS||62.53||16.8||3.79||3.05||4.88|
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