When the easy money have been made, one strategy is to hold stocks that were beaten down but still above the 200 day moving average. Here are my picks:
This dividend yield stock yields 4.1% and have been in correction mode for sometime due to higher operational cost.
I don’t think fundamentally there is anything wrong with SMRT but the upside is limited. We are looking to hold this in a muddle through economy but the chart pattern looks very similar to when its at $1.30.
I can live with a 4.1% yield if there is enough capital appreciation.
Starhub is a stock that I am vested at an average of $2.17.[Starhub Analysis >] Would I buy it now for yield? I think if it’s a 20 cents dividend current yield is 7.8% if its 18 cents current yield is 7%. I think its hard to find that kind of yield with the defensiveness of the business.
We look for a continuation to possibly $2.90 for a 12% capital return and 7% yield.
CDL Hospitality Trust
CDL Hosp is the REIT that many missed including me the one that just goes up and up. Currently trading with a 4.1% yield, I think if the economy does ok it will still be going up. The consolidation of the 3 moving averages could possibly be powerful.
At most cut when it breaches $1.9.
Quite Possibly the one with the lowest yield at 2% but technically it looks like this carrier share is going higher after this breather. There is a huge fight at this 15 bucks level and lets just say that if it loses, do sell it to collect at even lower price.
These stocks are not high yielders, but that is not why I raise them. I have a feeling they could yield a good combination of capital appreciation and decent yield.
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