Published Wed, 11 Jul 2018 07:00:00 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
When analyzing high dividend stocks, which we currently like a bit better than dividend growth names, simply because of the theory that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. In other words, while dividend growth over the last decade has been tremendous, we are unsure how strong it will be over the subsequent ten years. Thus, higher current yields make a little more sense to us at the moment.
For this, we analyze the space from the perspective of a credit analyst and look at most of these names as high yield bonds. The sustainability of the dividend is paramount which takes into account analysis of the cash flow situation.
We are cash flow investors meaning our marketplace service looks to generate strong and consistent yield for income purposes- primarily for retirees and accumulators (those still working and saving) looking outside of core fixed income. Cash flow investing means we can generate higher current income today and reinvest the 'surplus' for retirees or all of it for accumulators and create our own dividend growth through larger principal.
Here are three of the names we are looking at today that we think are attractive to own and three names which we think are in the sell department.
Three Current Buys: Ares Capital Management (ARES) - Yield 5.35% ARES is a leading global alternative asset manager that manages $106 billion in total assets under management. They manage capital across three distinct but complementary investment segments:
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|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|LANDMARK INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS LP||16.47||0.0||0.00||1.47||8.93|
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