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- S.A.F.E. Dividend Channel Stocks —
To make the Dividend Channel S.A.F.E. list, a stock must display these qualities: S. Solid return — hefty yield
and strong DividendRank characteristics; A. Accelerating amount — consistent dividend
increases over time; F. Flawless history — never a missed or lowered dividend; E. Enduring
— at least two decades of dividend payments.
- Stocks With Recent Insider Buying — There's an old saying
on Wall Street that there are many different reasons to sell a stock, but only one reason to buy:
the expectation that you will make money. So when top management or directors of a company take their
hard-earned cash and buy their own company's stock in the open market, investors are wise to take
notice. This YieldBoost Rank list considers only those stocks that have experienced insider buying within
the past 180 days.
- Income Sectors — REITs, MLPs, & BDCs — A covered call strategy is
especially popular among income investors holding stocks in high-yield sectors and selling covered calls for
additional income. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs), and Business
Development Companies (BDCs) all generally carry a high dividend yield. Each of these sectors is presented with its
own YieldBoost Rank.
- Stocks Conducting Buybacks — A company buying back its own stock may be a
sign management considers shares to be undervalued. This YieldBoost Rank list considers only those stocks that have
recently appeared on The Online Investor's Stock Buybacks page.
- Stocks Analysts Like — To
make the list of stocks with strong analyst ranking, a stock must have an above-average ABR (average broker rating).
Only stocks meeting this criteria are then considered for this YieldBoost Rank.
- Recent Secondary Offerings — Companies will sometimes conduct public
offerings of additional shares of stock in order to raise capital or provide an exit for large stockholders looking to
sell. Often, these offerings produce temporary volatility as the supply of shares is suddenly increased. This
YieldBoost Rank list considers only those stocks that have recently appeared on the Secondary Stock Offerings page of
- Popular Indices — YieldBoost Rank lists are provided considering the
underlying components of the Dow, the Nasdaq 100, and the S&P 500.
- YieldBoost Rank By Sector
(1) Business Services & Equipment;
(3) Consumer Goods;
(4) Consumer Services;
(12) Metals & Mining;
(13) Real Estate;
(16) Travel & Entertainment;
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