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Phoenixes Rising: 3 Future High Yielders

Published Sat, 07 Nov 2020 09:35:00 -0500 on Seeking Alpha

Seeking AlphaREITsPhoenixes Rising: 3 Future High YieldersNov. 7, 2020 9:35 AM ET|| Includes: AMC, CLNC, CLNY, CLNY.PG, CLNY.PH, CLNY.PI, CLNY.PJ, ELY, EPR, EPR.PC, EPR.PE, EPR.PG, PEI, PEI.PB, PEI.PC, PEI.PDby: Rida MorwaRida Morwa High Dividend OpportunitiesThe #1 Service for Income Investors and Retirees, 9-10% dividend yield.SummaryBuying low means buying picks that the market is not favoring.
We take a look at three REITs that suspended their dividends.
When these dividends resume, investors will rush in, and we will be waiting.
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There's no doubt about it, COVID-19 has had an enormous and unexpected impact on the US economy. It's one of those things that you can't really avoid talking about.
As investors, we are keenly aware that disruptive events create a lot of new risks. Things that were not really a concern before are suddenly very important.
Disruptive events also bring opportunity. The best time to invest is always at the bottom. Buy low, sell high is a bit of common sense wisdom. You want to buy at the lowest price, and sell at the highest price to get the maximum profit.
Unfortunately, actually identifying the lowest price and the highest price is easy only in hindsight. The market is driven in the near term through sentiment. For something to be low priced, by definition, means it's unpopular. If it were a popular stock to buy, more people would be buying it and the price would be high.
So it can be said that at the point that a price is the lowest is the point when most investors are the most pessimistic on the fortunes of the company. On the other hand, the point where the price is the highest is the point where investors are the most optimistic about the future performance of the company.
If you want to buy at the bottom, by definition you need to be buying when most of the market is pessimistic. This is often much easier said than done. Today, we take a look at three stocks that historically... Read more

Stock name Last trade   P/E Earnings/Share Dividend/Share Dividend yield
EPR PROPERTIES 77.15   22.8 3.38 4.50 5.84
CALLAWAY GOLF 19.26   32.1 0.60 0.04 0.22


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