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High Yield Dividend Stocks Yield Just Got Even Higher

How? When their stock prices got ever lower.

I decided to take some time to check through the Dividend Stock Tracker to make sure the numbers look correct.

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Think the new readers did not know much about this but prices are updated at the end of the day. You can have a good, quick glance on the dividend yield, debt leverage and valuations for the high yield dividend stock(s). Just bookmark the dividend stock tracker page.

Prices look as depressing as my mood. It feels that there could be a few reasons why it was beaten down so much, chief among them is funds and institutional investors selling and exiting in a wide-scale manner.

I think with the lockdown, the majority of these companies are not going to look good. Vacancies will rise, rental reversion stagnates, but valuations may also get more compelling in this phase.

The prices reflect uncertainty. Due to that, likely the compensation from equity will be higher.

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John Toh

Sunday 22nd of March 2020

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Monday 23rd of March 2020

Hi John, I am not an adviser so I do not give stock advice.


Saturday 21st of March 2020

Few people are not depressed now, with mounting job losses and even safe havens like gold going down.

Right now there is no market for REITs and high yield investments. But someone out there is probably quietly buying while the rest of us are running around like scared chickens. Those who do buy now will potentially lock in 10%-20% yields for years to come.


Saturday 21st of March 2020

Hi theFI35, there is imperfect information. What I realize is that the moment i understand some of these things, it is a bit too late sometimes.

What kills people is more of the poor decision they think they made, rather than just the money lost or would have gained.

Peggy Hong

Thursday 19th of March 2020

I like to understand more of stocks..and hope to invest diligently to sustain my retirement..


Saturday 21st of March 2020

Hi Peggy, personally I do not conduct any courses but how would like to understand more about stocks?


Tuesday 17th of March 2020

Any possibility of writing a time where SARS occurred and how it impacted stock market in Asia?


Saturday 21st of March 2020

Hi Isaac, the impact was not so much felt back then but that prior to that we were already in a 3 year bear market. So that was pretty difficult period to live through

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