I’ve got good news for every income investor in America…
If you’re sick and tired of nine long years of near-zero interest rates, your troubles are over.
In fact, as you’re about to see, you can start earning a double-digit yield on your money tomorrow.
Because the truth is, anyone with the initiative to stick their nose into corners of the market that lazier investors ignore…
Can find dozens of safe ways to make 10x more than what CDs or T-bills will pay them.
There are certainly plenty to pick from…
Right now 164 stocks trading right here in the United States yield more than 10%.
110 yield more than 12%.
And 62 yield more than 15%!
Sure, a few of them are junk… but plenty of them are solid businesses that have posted rising earnings for decades.
Take REITs for instance. These aren’t ticking time bombs of toxic derivatives.
They’re bricks and mortar throwing off rents that go right into your pocket.
All you need is a handful of stocks like these and you can set yourself up for life.
Buy the right cash cows now and you may be tempted to hang up your investing spurs, sit back and just watch your dividends roll in forever.
We income investors look at the market a bit differently than “regular” investors.
It’s not the price of an asset that interests us, it’s how much cash it throws our way.
For an income investor, it’s the cash in your pocket at the end of the year that counts.
And I think it’s fair to say that my followers have been more than happy with the cash in their pockets recently.
Because the sectors we cover are delivering some of the highest yields on the planet.
We’re finding plenty of reliable double-digit yielders out there… meaning you can beat the stock market’s historical return of 9% a year right out of the gate in dividends alone!
We’re not promising you a thrill a minute here. Some of the cash cows we find are actually pretty boring companies.
For example, a while back we discovered a fertilizer producer that was yielding 11%!
This firm sells ammonia and nitrates to farmers throughout the mid-west.
Not exactly a glamorous business.
But because its revenue is almost recession-proof, it meant predictable cash flows and steadily growing dividends for us.
Another dull money-maker for us was a food distributor based in New Jersey.
It was yielding almost 7% when we bought it in 2010… and although the economy wasn’t on fire, people always need to eat.
So its earnings remained strong, and by the time we sold two and a half years later, we had tripled our money, racking up a 199.8% total return.
It’s a similar story with Sun Communities, which operates trailer parks.
Again, hardly a flashy “new economy” business.
We bought it in 2010 and sold it in 2017 for a 141.5% capital gain. Add in our dividends and we walked away with a 186.8% total return—another near triple.
If you’d like more Steady Eddies like these — plus a steady stream of stocks, funds, and other investments with abnormally high dividend yields — then I urge you to read on…
You’ll see why high-yielding securities tend to plow steadily ahead in every economic climate… and exactly where we’re finding the most bullish opportunities now.
All the research we conduct at High-Yield Investing keys off the most underrated wealth-building tool in all of investing: the dividend.
Although little-respected and often ignored, more than 150 years of data prove that owning dividend-paying stocks… and then reinvesting those dividends… beats all other investment approaches hands down.
The fact is, the most crucial investment decision you’ll ever make is whether to reinvest your dividends.
Few people realize what a difference this simple decision makes.
Over the decades, dividends have contributed 42% of the total return delivered by the S&P 500. This makes a massive difference over the long haul.
Anyone who invested $1,000 in the S&P 500 in 1950 would have $1,750,689 today—as long as they reinvested the dividends!
If they didn’t, they’d have barely 10% of that, just $177,292.
Underestimating the awesome edge income-paying securities give you is the biggest mistake you can make in your investing life.
Dividends not only require executives to use capital efficiently, they also send a clear message that management is treating shareholders right by paying them the profits they deserve as co-owners of the business.
What’s more, a steady stream of dividends indicates that a company keeps straight books.
You can hide a lot of bad news with tricky accounting, but you can’t fake dividends.
Meanwhile, don’t forget that the tax code still favors dividends over regular income…
Unlike ordinary income, which is taxed up to a rate of 37%, the most you pay on your dividends is 20%.
And if you’re like 98% of investors, you lose only 15% to the taxman.
Dividends are truly the forgotten heroes that have made countless investors rich.
When people talk about the massive gains common stocks have racked up over long holding periods, what they’re really talking about is the phenomenal juggernaut effect of reinvested dividends.
Look at the history of Coca-Cola. It went public in 1919 at $40 a share. As I write this, each of those single $40 shares is worth $497,664.
But that’s not even close to the whole story. With its growing dividends reinvested, it’s worth a stunning $17.9 million. (By the way, that original $40 share is now also throwing off $529,840 in dividends a year!)
Bottom line: Dividends matter big time. And increasing them matters even more.
When dividends grow unusually fast, you can make staggering profits… even if the share price never budges.
Your dividend check can eventually grow so large that it even surpasses the original price you paid for the stock!
A key reason that dividend-paying investments have clobbered the competition is because they fare so much better during bear markets.
Over the vicious three years from 2000-2002, the stocks in the S&P 500 that paid dividends actually rose 10.4%, while the non-payers sank -33.1%.
And in the crash of 2008-09, dividend-payers once again outperformed other stocks (this time by 26%).
According to Ned Davis Research, $10,000 invested in the dividend payers of the S&P 500 index in 1972 would have shot up to $522,700 not long ago…
While anyone who invested in the non-dividend paying S&P stocks would be sitting on just $30,500. That’s a sickening 94% less.
Bottom line: Dividends are crucial.
There have been plenty of 10-year periods where dividends provided the only return for the S&P 500. (Something tells me we could be about to enter one of those stretches right now.)
I’d never claim that every stock in your portfolio has to be a high-yielder — but dividend-paying investments offer the most compelling risk-reward trade-off you can find.
They also give you a smooth path to wealth instead of heart-stopping peaks and plunges.
Dividend-paying stocks don’t jump around as much as other equities. So they have been far less volatile while producing their market-beating returns.
It’s the only free lunch in investing…
You can get better returns and lower risk just by owning dividend-paying stocks.
The odds are so kind that it’s hard not to come out ahead when you invest this way. I am constantly amazed that more investors don’t help themselves to this delicious free lunch.
And our mission at High-Yield Investing is to bring you a full buffet of these wealth-building delicacies.
If you want to keep your money out of long-term losers like T-bills and CDs and put it to work in tireless investments that will never stop making you money…
You’re in the right place.
Like a constant wind at our back, every investment we make is supported by a generous and steady yield. This puts a strong floor of support under its share price.
Every one of the opportunities we bring to our followers offers the two things we cherish most:
Our picks operate solid businesses with increasing profits, and they share these profits with their shareholding owners by paying them generous cash dividends.
Some of them we find in the most unexpected places…
The last time you waited to board a plane you probably barely noticed the buzz of activity going on outside the terminal.
But as you checked your email one last time, your jet was getting refueled and prepped for flight in a hundred different ways.
Most people don’t know this, but these vital behind-the-scenes services are not carried out by the airlines… but by private contractors known as Fixed Base Operators.
We’ve invested in these lucrative outfits for years…
Our favorite FBO right now is the nation’s largest. There are 240,000 registered aircraft in the United States, and nobody fuels more of them than ours.
It enjoys de-facto monopolies at 68 different airports, including the massive hubs of Los Angeles and Houston. But unlike regulated monopolies, it’s not handcuffed by price controls and is free to charge whatever the market will bear.
I love the economics of this business…
Imagine a town with only one gas station, and you appreciate the sweet position this outfit is in. It’s an investment haven of steady fees that can’t be poached by competitors.
This particular FBO is a free-cash-flow bonanza.
And 85% of the cash is distributed to stockholders, making for the generous 10.2% dividend.
There aren’t many securities in today’s market with an investment-grade balance sheet bearing a double-digit income stream — and fewer still with rock-solid cash flows generated by customers that are locked in for decades.
I’m telling all my readers to snap this one up ASAP.
Of course, it’s not the specific level of yield that matters to us — although it’s a great feeling to pocket 10% a year in cash while other investors are watching their stocks sink.
What really counts is that they simply pay them.
Dividends are a sign of financial strength – of a real business making real profits. And owning companies that keep increasing their dividends makes us even happier.
The only way to consistently raise dividends is by growing cash flow.
And any company that can do that year after year will deliver you a near-miraculous pile of money…
Altria (the old Philip Morris), which most investors dismiss as a stodgy company, is a perfect example of this phenomenon…
There’s nothing fancy about making cheese, coffee, and cigarettes. But with its high dividends and years of 15%-20% growth, “Big Mo” has thrown off some of the best long-term returns of any investment of the past two decades.
While $10,000 invested in the S&P 500 20 years ago has grown into a substantial $34,132, that same $10,000 put into Philip Morris exploded into $148,956!
You can attribute the bulk of that remarkable 14-fold gain to the company’s decades-long record of high and rising dividends.
And believe it or not, these investors incurred 22% less risk than the market during their 20-year ride.
Talk about enjoying the best of both worlds!
They gave up nothing on their path to wealth, while enjoying a priceless peace of mind along the way.
To be fair, the Philip Morris/Altria story is a particularly strong example of the miracle of compounded dividends.
But it’s far from unique…
You can find similar results from any number of steady but unspectacular stocks with long-term records of high and rising dividends.
Take Johnson & Johnson, for example…
Buying $10,000 of J&J 20 years ago would have gotten you 109 shares.
By reinvesting J&J’s fat dividends into more stock, you would now have 342 shares worth $46,595 — more than four times your money.
And your shares would be throwing off $1,300 in dividends a year.
Likewise with McDonald’s…
Despite all the ups and downs in the fast-food business, McDonald’s has raised its dividend every year since making its first payout in 1976.
Anyone who bought the stock 20 years ago has now collected almost as much in dividends as the stock cost to begin with.
And every $10,000 invested has turned into $80,766.
When you venture away from household-name stocks you find even more-spectacular cases…
Take Annaly Capital…
Not many people know about this small-business lender, but it’s one of my favorite get-rich-with-dividends stories of all…
You could have picked up 1,000 shares 20 years ago for just $9,312. But Annaly has paid such massive dividends over the years that if you plowed them back into more stock…
You’d now be sitting on 10,201 shares worth $96,475. A classic 10-bagger.
And you’d be pocketing $11,221 in cash every year on top of that. That’s a 120.4% yield on your original investment, every single year!
Just as you would expect, this “dividend effect” works like a charm in the high-yielding utility arena.
Look at Dominion Resources…
Twenty years ago, 1,000 shares of this old workhorse would have set you back $45,125.
Now, you’d have 4,580 shares worth $375,102 — an 8-bagger…
And you’d be pocketing $16,809 per year in dividends, to boot.
Same thing with Southern Company…
1,000 shares 20 years ago cost $25,750.
Today you’d have a pile of utility stock worth $263,264 — a 10-bagger.
And you’d be getting $10,570 in dividends per year. That’s a 41% yield on your original investment.
Another place dividends work wonders is in pipeline companies…
Take Enterprise Products Partners…
1,000 shares 20 years ago would have set you back $19,625.
Since then, your $87,983 in dividends would have bought you 10,020 new shares…
And you’d be sitting on a total of $400,652. That’s a 20-bagger and then some.
You can also turn a steady dividend into a fortune in energy…
Valero is one of the top gasoline refiners in America. You could have bought 1,000 shares 20 years ago for $19,250.
By now, you’d have 6,429 shares worth $565,752…
And you’d be getting $23,144 a year in dividends — a 120% yield on your initial investment.
You don’t need a lot of money to get started…
Ventas was selling for just $4.75 a share 20 years ago. So you could have picked up 1,000 shares for $4,750.
Now the stock is above $70. So that’s a 15-bagger right there.
But Ventas has also paid out $43,272 in dividends over this stretch, creating a 5,514% total return—a 55-bagger!
Meaning your $4,750 is now worth $266,665. Plus you’re still getting a stunning $9,009 per year in dividends.
As these stories make clear, your dividend check can eventually grow so large that it surpasses the original price you paid for the stock.
Ventas’ investors are now getting paid almost twice their initial investment every single year!
The exhilaration of “lapping” your stock that way is a feeling you never forget. But you’ll never experience that “dividend high” unless you own stocks that pay them!
That’s why every single investment you’ll find in High-Yield Investing has a yield. And not just any yield, but a bare minimum of 5% before we’ll even take a closer look.
I’m not naive about the dangers that sometimes lurk behind high yields.
Now and then, you’ll see stocks, bonds, and funds sporting outlandish dividends of 25%—and even higher.
Please don’t rush out and blindly buy these super-aggressive yielders. Nine times out of 10, a stock yielding that much is actually in big trouble.
Wall Street knows that its dividend is unlikely to continue in the future, or the big boys would be piling into the stock.
The dividend yield can stay high for a while, but before long, look out below!
MCI was a great example of this.
I remember a period when the stock was paying a 30% dividend yield. It paid that enormous yield for a few quarters, but that was about it. The company then went bankrupt and investors lost everything.
The market crash and recession of 2008-09 was a brutal period for investors.
As the recession ate into profits, some of the biggest corporate names in the country cut their dividends…
Or eliminated them altogether.
Even the so-called “dividend aristocrats” like General Electric — whose dividends were considered untouchable — felt the axe.
But it was a different story here at High-Yield Investing.
At the worst point of the stock market rout in October 2008, the dividend payouts for the 19 companies then in our “Dividend Optimizer” portfolio had actually increased 16.2% over the previous year!
Excuse us if we brag a little, but that’s quite a feat given that 61 companies in the S&P 500 eliminated $41 billion in distributions that year.
Even Bank of America, which had increased dividend payments annually for 25 years, was forced by the financial crisis to cut back.
But only one of our picks cut its dividend (by just -7.8%) while the other 18 either held flat or rose… by as much as 111.5%!
So how do we sidestep the dividend cuts that hammer so many other investors? Simple…
We focus on SAFETY as much as yield.
You want stocks and bonds you can count on to deliver stable income year-in and year-out, not high-yield junk. That’s what our research staff at High-Yield Investing is for — to help you separate the junk from the jewels.
In fact, our research has just pinpointed one of the highest yielders we’ve ever come across.
It’s a mall and shopping center operator that is currently yielding 23.2%.
Its price has dipped thanks to an overreaction by investors to the “Amazon-ification” of America…
But that just puts us in an incredible position to collect massive income year over year.
I know everyone says Amazon is going to take over the world. But the truth is, it accounts for just 4% of U.S. consumer spending.
Even if you count every single online retailer in the country, it comes to just 10%. Which means brick-and-mortar locations still take in 90 cents of every shopping dollar.
The fact is, real-life stores have been on an uptrend for the past several years. Mall and shopping center space has expanded for seven consecutive years.
Shopping mall sales per square foot have risen sharply. And occupancy rates at strip malls have risen every year for six of the past seven years.
That figure is now at 92.7%, up 3.2% since 2010. Mall occupancy stands even higher at 95.0%.
It can’t get much higher!
People have been shopping online for more than 20 years. By now, most of the weaker retailers have been shaken out.
The internet may have turned many industries upside down, but the brick and mortar is still there.
Whenever one tenant leaves, another one is waiting in line.
Renters like Taco Bell, Circle-K, and Dollar General don’t worry about Amazon or the internet — after all, you can’t buy a sizzling hot taco on Amazon.
Of course, you never hear about this in the press…
They report breathlessly on the bankruptcy of icons like Sears and Kmart. But rising mall rents are too dull to make the news.
And that’s what’s creating your opportunity here.
As an investor, when you know something that most people don’t, you have an opportunity to cash in big time.
In this case, I’m talking about scooping up some seriously underpriced real estate assets… by staking a claim in an outfit that owns 110 malls and open-air strip centers, stretching from Florida to California.
It gets no love from investors because its properties aren’t glamorous. So the stock trades at half the valuation of classier “A-level” mall owners.
Normally, a cheap price tag reflects a greater risk of vacancies. But the facts don’t bear this out…
My pick has fewer “at-risk” tenants than most. Occupancy is a stable 92%, and average rents have actually inched up over the past year.
Ordinarily, a yield above 20% is a sign of a dangerously overleveraged and stressed balance sheet. But this 23.2% yielder is a pleasant surprise. It has a manageable debt load and no major maturities until later this year.
What’s more, the company has an investment-grade credit rating — a reassuring sign of safety.
Again, we might see a dividend cut here. But that’s ok…
Capital expenditures in this business are high and it’s spending $100 million this year to revitalize properties. So it would actually be prudent to cut the payout and preserve some cash.
And since a cut is already priced into the stock, the share price shouldn’t suffer much.
(I should point out that the company is earning more than enough cash to cover its dividend… so a cut isn’t a sure thing.)
In my dream scenario, the CEO will turn the ship around AND maintain the dividend. If he can manage that, the share price should absolutely skyrocket.
This situation also reminds me of one of the most lucrative income investments I’ve ever seen…
Flash back to the tail-end of 2008 when the country was sliding deeper into recession, wreaking havoc on the country’s biggest mall owner, Simon Property Group (SPG).
As bankruptcies mounted, investors scrambled for the exits.
After starting 2008 near $90 per share, SPG fell below $80… then $70… then $60… finally closing at $53 on December 31.
By the following March, SPG had lost more than three-fourths of its market value, bottoming out near $20 per share.
You can’t blame investors for being spooked…
Conditions were deteriorating, biting into earnings and forcing a dividend cut.
Still, amid the despair, the company was busy cutting costs, redeveloping properties, strengthening the balance sheet, and making prudent acquisitions.
In short, it was building for the future.
And investors with the vision to look ahead were richly rewarded.
Within six months, SPG started hiking its dividend again… and has raised it 19 more times since. Meanwhile, the stock has soared nine-fold.
We’ve got a parallel opportunity unfolding here. Another mall and shopping center owner, with the same corporate DNA. In fact, it was literally spun off from Simon Properties Group in 2014.
It has desirable assets and a strong balance sheet. Yet the silly notion that Amazon is going to put malls and shopping centers out of business has driven the share price down into the single digits… the cost of a burger at one of its food courts.
You don’t see many 20%+ yielders with investment-grade credit and conservative payout ratios…
But when you do, you grab it… and hold on for a long and profitable ride.
I’ll tell you how you can get access to all the details you need to take advantage of our High-Yield Stock of the Month in just a moment.
But first, let me also take a moment to point out…
It’s a funny thing about the high-payout companies we dig up in High-Yield Investing: hold them long enough, and before you know it, you’re usually sitting on a nice-sized capital gain as well.
For example, we featured Diana Shipping a few years back because its 13.9% yield caught our eye.
While the dividend came in like clockwork over the next two years, the share price more than doubled at the same time…
Handing investors a 203% total return!
Likewise with another shipper we featured around the same time, Eagle Bulk Shipping.
This one was yielding a whopping 15.8% and we liked it so much that we made it our “High-Yield Stock of the Month.”
Within two years we were sitting on a 131% total return!
Sometimes the dividend itself rises so high and so fast that capital gains are beside the point.
For example, a few years ago we added a stock to our portfolio at $57.41. Within three years, it had paid us dividends totaling $43.68. So we almost had our stock for free at that point!
We bought an oil royalty trust at the same time at $41.33 per share…
Over the next 10 years it threw off more than twice that amount in dividends alone… powering its way to a total return of 562%.
Even so-so yielders, like most utility stocks, can surprise you…
Edison International wasn’t paying a whole lot when we bought it. But we knew its dividend was reliable.
Edison’s payout rose 53% and its share price doubled, giving us a 113% total return.
Same thing with Westar, an electric utility in Kansas that’s as old school as they come.
We bought it in 2009, and sold in 2016 for a 169% gain.
Dividends can even rescue stocks that have been banished to Wall Street’s dog house…
Merck is a great example. Over the past two decades, the stock has been to hell and back.
In 2004, already reeling from the general woes of big pharma, Merck was thrown for a knockout by the Vioxx scandal and plunged from over $90 to under $30.
The stock’s yield spiked to 7.2% as the price dropped. But crucially, Merck never touched the dividend.
It kept on paying throughout the mess… so even if you bought Merck before the scandal — and suffered through all the bad news and billions of dollars in fines — you would have by now tripled your money.
You get the picture.
When you own a steadily growing cash machine, good things tend to happen.
You either pocket paycheck-size dividends on a regular basis… or watch your pile of beans grow into a mountain of cash.
We also help you make sure you hold on to that mountain of cash… by showing you municipal bond funds and other investments where every penny you get is TAX-FREE.
And others that let you put off paying taxes on 90% of your income for as long as you want.
These are great investment options if you’re in a higher tax bracket.
And even if you’re not, who doesn’t want to shield as much of their income as they can?
One of the tax-friendly gems in our portfolio right now yields 10.9%. Try to find a muni bond as generous as that!
But we don’t take our picks lightly….
Any knucklehead with a home computer can generate a list of high-yielding stocks in five minutes.
But that’s no way to find quality investments.
By contrast, we put everything we recommend through an analytical boot camp before we even think about bringing it to you.
We call it our “Dividend Optimizer.”
This model identifies securities with key traits of safe and lasting income streams. It then ranks them from best to worst based on our unique scoring system.
Here’s a peek back at just a few of the outstanding payouts we’ve locked in from past “High Yield Stock of the Month” selections. (For space reasons, we’re featuring just one per year… but there have been dozens more.)
We use our “Dividend Optimizer” to find growing companies yielding at least 5%.
And when we find a double-digit income stream of 10%+, all the better. (Of course, the price usually rises after we buy it, pushing down the yield — but that is a nice problem to have.)
We want these stocks, bonds, funds, and other securities to have long track records and strong future prospects. Here’s what else we want to see:
This is just a peek at how deep we dig to reveal which yields are treasures and which are traps. This work is vital, because it gives you an early warning if any of your money is in danger.
If you’re at a point in life where you simply can’t afford the damage another bear market will inflict on your stocks — or to have your income wiped out by creeping inflation…
You’ll appreciate the peace of mind these reliable high-payers offer.
While the inner workings of our rating system are complex, its results are crystal clear.
Your investment life will never be simpler. You supply the start-up capital and High-Yield Investing does the rest.
We’ll tell you where to put the money and when and where to move it around.
You won’t trade much.
Why should we fritter away our money on commissions and taxes? That’s plain dumb.
After all, the biggest profits are always made by the steady momentum of compounding.
We want you to get rich — not your broker.
That brings me to another point: Brokers rarely push the kind of investments we specialize in.
There’s just too little in-and-out action for their tastes.
Our picks are so reliable… so safe… and pay such high dividends that you can buy ’em and lock ’em away for years.
You won’t want to sell them. And that means zero commission for your broker. So don’t expect Wall Street to advertise their great dividends and fantastic long-term records to you.
At High-Yield Investing, all we do is help you profit from dependable cash-in-hand securities that steadily steamroll ahead, compounding their gains into ever-higher total returns.
We report to no one but you. We accept no advertising. No one else pays us a dime.
If our recommendations don’t increase your wealth, we know we will lose your trust and your readership. And we’d deserve to.
We have one purpose and one purpose only — safely making you wealthy. Without a lot of nail biting and never more than a thimbleful of risk.
On the contrary, when you try High-Yield Investing the risk is all ours. (Try getting your broker to take a risk.)
You don’t risk a penny with our 100% money-back guarantee.
Why do we offer such a generous guarantee? Because virtually no one uses it! They’re too happy beating the tar out of the market.
As we speak, we are sitting on an average total return of 95.5% in our core “Lifetime Wealth Generators” portfolio.
Not bad considering we’ve owned a good number of these picks for less than a year.
You’ll get the full details on every one of my current “buy” recommendations the minute you join our service.
But first, let’s look at one of our most appealing high-yielders right now…
Most of our picks pay us every three months. And we love cashing all those quarterly checks…
But there’s something even sweeter about getting paid every month.
That’s one reason I added this closed-ended fund to our portfolio.
It owns a package of high-yielding utility stocks… and sends investors a new check every 30 days.
It will also automatically reinvest your dividends for you, putting every cent to work and helping your investment compound even quicker.
But what makes this one really special is that most of its $1.1 billion portfolio is in preferred stocks—not run-of-the-mill common stocks.
These hybrid securities give you the best of both worlds:
Like bonds, preferred stocks pay you steady interest, in this case every month.
And like common stocks, they can also hand you nice capital gains as the company grows.
But when you buy a preferred stock, you have one huge advantage over common shareholders…
When a company runs into tough times and cuts or cancels the dividend, it’s tough luck for common stockholders…
But if a preferred stock suspends payment, your payments accumulate on the ledgers and are paid in full when the company recovers.
So barring a total collapse of the economy, you’ll get paid no matter what.
This is exactly the sort of ultra-reliable money-maker I love.
I first recommended it in 2011 and it has paid us 101 dividends in a row without missing a beat.
Meanwhile it’s now up a total of 133% for us… and is yielding 6.8%.
On top of everything else, business keeps getting better: revenues have risen by 36% over the past five years… and cash flows have increased even more, by 65%.
This is exactly the sort of dependable payer I’m always looking for.
By the way, all of these top recommendations I’m talking about today are laid out in a series of research reports I’d like to send you at no charge.
The stocks you’ll find in these reports are not only among the most generous stocks you can buy, but they’re some of the safest, too.
You can buy them, forget about them for years, and let them steadily make you wealthy.
If anything I’ve said so far makes sense to you…
If you think that I’m even half right about the extraordinary profits and peace of mind that cash-in-hand securities will bring their owners in the coming years…
Then I’d like to send you the most comprehensive source of information you can get — my High-Yield Investing advisory letter.
High-Yield Investing is the only service devoted to helping you make money in every category of income investing.
Nowhere else will you find a more thorough ranking of your income-investment options than in this monthly bulletin. You’ll be joining a growing group of folks looking for reliable investment ideas delivering above-average income — and strong capital gains, too.
And when I say “investment ideas,” I don’t mean just stocks.
We cover every class of income investment in High-Yield Investing. You’ll find a few asset classes so exotic that you probably never knew they existed!
Take the “oddball” security we featured in a recent issue. It’s not a stock, bond, trust, ETF, MLP, or mutual fund.
Only a handful exist in the entire world. They’re so rare that people don’t even know what to call them.
But here at High Yield Investing, we simply call them “Private Banks”…
Would it surprise you to learn that there are two banking systems in the United States: one for the rich and another for the rest of us?
While most of us are stuck with measly bank account rates and 1% CDs…
The wealthy have access to another set of banks that offer double-digit yields.
Not only do these alternative banks offer higher yields than the banking system you and I have access to, but they are a much safer place to park your cash than you’d expect.
One of the private banks we’ve found has a loan default rate of just 2%, which is less than the high-yield bond market.
That’s why even traditional banking behemoths like Wells Fargo and Citigroup are using these private banks to grow their own cash piles.
The SEC limits direct access to this arena to millionaires. But we’ve found three backdoor entry points into this playground for the rich.
Another of our favorites lends money to private companies at 10.3%… but is so picky that it accepts only 4% of applicants.
These cash machines pay you every three months. Their recession-resistant business models churn out steady cash flows to support their dividends and interest income.
And one more thing: these remarkable cash cows yield five times the average stock… now averaging 9%…
And their dividends qualify for the low tax rate.
In my special report 3 “Private Banks” Paying Massive Yields, I pry the lid off this hidden corner of Wall Street and delve into three of these under-appreciated yield machines. (You can get this report free as part of your new-subscriber welcome package.)
But private banks aren’t the only way I’m helping investors make life-changing profits…
There’s no easier way to own bricks and mortar than buying a REIT.
They let you own skyscrapers, shopping malls, and apartment buildings…
Plus get all the cash flow of a lease — along with the liquidity of a common stock and an inflation hedge to boot.
Plus, when you buy a REIT you totally eliminate the everyday hassle and legal liabilities of owning individual properties.
Most of our REIT picks are plenty safe enough for conservative investors.
Others are better for risk-takers who want explosive gains potential.
But they all offer high yields, sometimes reaching into the double-digits.
One of our favorites has thrown off a rising stream of tax-advantaged rental income for the past 50 years.
When it IPO’d on the NYSE, it was generating $40 million a year. Now, it’s churning out that much every few weeks.
This gem has been filling up shareholders’ mailboxes with rent checks every month since Richard Nixon was president. It just paid its 589th consecutive dividend… and management bumps up the payout every 90 days.
I’ll give you every detail and ticker symbol inside Real Estate You Can Trust: 3 High-Yielding REITS With Recession-Proof Dividends.
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It answers a very simple question… one that most investors never think to ask…
What if the best stocks on Wall Street aren’t stocks at all?
These market-beaters look like ordinary stocks… and they trade like ordinary stocks…
But with one big difference…
The IRS gives them a total pass on income taxes.
Since they pay no tax (saving up to 35% of their income), they have so much leftover free cash to distribute that this tiny group of companies pays the highest yields you’ll find on Wall Street.
Welcome to the odd and wonderful world of master limited partnerships.
Unlike the world of common stocks, when you buy into an MLP you become a partner, not a minority owner.
But you’re a partner who doesn’t have to come to work, attend meetings, or deal with any of the hassles of running a business.
As an added bonus, up to 90% of the distribution you get is TAX-FREE until you sell.
In fact, some partnerships let you pocket double-digit yields for years before you pay a single penny of tax. Others let you defer taxes potentially forever.
But MLPs are much more than an income play. Over the past 20 years, the average MLP has made its owner a 537% total return, far outpacing the S&P 500’s 241%.
In my special report on this unique class of investments, Pipelines of Profits: How We’re Crushing Stocks with the Most Investor-Friendly Securities on the Planet, you’ll see every major type of master limited partnership, along with details on three standouts:
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With the S&P 500 yielding under 2% and CDs paying even less, you will never get the income you need to live and retire comfortably from the mainstream asset pools most investors swim in.
Especially with inflation chopping your return off at the knees.
By contrast, we have an entire portfolio of investments that offer an annual cash income running seven to eight times as high. And that’s before we even talk about capital gains.
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Did you know that Corporate America shells out more than $1 billion in dividends every day?
But that’s just the official count.
The true payout is actually much higher, because dozens of “secret” dividends go unreported each quarter.
Don’t misunderstand: These extra payments are dished out openly to all shareholders. But they are considered “special,” not ordinary.
So they aren’t reflected in the yields you see quoted in the press.
And get this: these special payments are sometimes 10 times larger than the regular quarterly dividend.
One of the companies in this bonus report, Hidden Dividends: 11 Companies With Much Higher Payouts Than People Think, recently handed out a special dividend of $7.00 per share… when its normal dividend was just $0.50 per quarter.
That’s like getting your next 14 paychecks advanced to you in one lump sum. And still getting your regular paychecks after that.
There’s no special trick for capturing these dividends — you just have to know where to look.
And that’s the problem…
While there is a ton of information out there on dividends, there is practically nothing on tracking down special distributions.
Unless you have your ears glued to the ground like we do, you probably wouldn’t even notice them.
But they are happening all the same.
Vodafone paid one a while ago. So did Dish Network, Whole Foods, and Microsoft.
So these aren’t sketchy companies we’re talking about. In fact, most of these special payers have outrun the market year after year.
We recently ran every special dividend payer we could find through a battery of tests to find the strongest.
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