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Dividends at These Companies Could Be in Jeopardy
To find companies most likely to eliminate their dividends Trainer used five criteria. 

Companies with a dividend yield greater than 4%; those with negative free cash flow over the previous 12 months, companies with cumulative five-year free cash flow less than their cumulative five-year dividend payments, companies with net debt greater than 25% of market cap; and those with neutral or worse risk/reward ratings are all candidates. 
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yesterday by dstelow
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers Is Looking Awfully Nice | Seeking Alpha
In my first article about Tanger, in January of 2018, I said that falling sales per square foot and occupancy concerns were worrisome.

But at the moment, the yield is very hard to pass up. Not only that, but it's probably stable for at least this year.
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2 days ago by dstelow
Futures higher after White House, Senate reach deal on coronavirus bill
Last week, the Cboe Volatility Index (VIX), also known as Wall Street’s fear gauge, eclipsed its financial crisis high and closed at 82.69.

While the VIX was in the 60 range on Tuesday, that level is about three times the long-term average for the indicator at “around 20,” Tim Edwards, managing director of index investment strategy at S&P Dow Jones Indices, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Asia” on Wednesday morning Singapore time.
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9 days ago by dstelow
Spyd
The SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 High Dividend ETF (SPYD) provides exposure to the top 80 high-yielding stocks in the S&P 500 Index. The fund is a good option to invest passively in a relatively diversified high-yielding portfolio, which includes several industry-leading companies. The current yield at 7.9% has climbed significantly over the past few weeks amid the ongoing market selloff and volatile conditions since the emergence of the global coronavirus pandemic. Recognizing some of the underlying stocks in the fund may be forced to cut its dividend, we think the declines have largely incorporated these expectations. While significant macro uncertainties continue to represent a downside risk for stocks in general, the current price of SPYD begins to approach an attractive risk-reward setup, highlighting our cautiously bullish view.
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14 days ago by dstelow

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