2 Double-Digit High-Yielding ETFs I’m Buying

JamesBrey The context In the current interest rate environment, finding meaningful yield is finally possible. The higher SOFR has pushed down the valuations especially for more value and duration heavy asset classes, rendering various income strategies attractive. Yet, while in nominal terms, the yields have indeed increased, if we expressed the yield in real terms…

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2 High-Yielding Dividend Stocks That Are Going On Offense

Cimmerian Usually, high-yielding dividend stocks are associated with limited growth prospects and relatively elevated financial or business risk. The theory behind this is that, mathematically, to offer an attractive yield, the multiple (or price) has to be low against which the current income streams could be material enough to generate tangible yield. The multiple, in…

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QQQI: High-Yielding, Tax-Efficient Income Investment

Spencer Platt NEOS NASDAQ-100(R) High Income ETF (NASDAQ:QQQI) is the latest in the option income ETF world, offering a high yield, tax efficiency, and potential for capital appreciation. After researching the fund strategy, mechanics, and performing a risk analysis, I believe the fund is worth considering as an income investment for those looking for predictable…

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FAX: High-Yielding Asia-Pacific Fixed Income Fund Available At A Deep Discount (NYSE:FAX)

blackred ~ by Snehasish Chaudhuri, MBA (Finance) abrdn Asia-Pacific Income Fund Inc (NYSE:FAX) invests in fixed income securities in the markets of Asia-pacific region. The fund primarily invests in government bonds, quasi-sovereign debts, and bonds of financial institutes. During my last coverage, I found FAX invested in the right markets and in the right currency….

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No Risk, No Reward At High-Yielding OneMain Holdings (NYSE:OMF)

rawintanpin/iStock via Getty Images No Risk, No Reward Lending, at its core, is a generally uncomplicated business: companies borrow money (through banks, customer deposits, etc.), and then re-lend that money at a higher interest rate and collect the spread. This business, however, becomes infinitely more complicated when human factors–such as credit scores, macroeconomic conditions, and…

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DVYA: High-Yielding Asia-Pacific Portfolio With Disappointing Performance

blackred ~ by Snehasish Chaudhuri, MBA (Finance). The U.S. economy had enough volatility during the past years. Unemployment, higher tariff, covid-related supply chain disruptions, interest rate hikes, tax cut, inflation, all played their role. During such a troubled time, iShares Asia/Pacific Dividend ETF (DVYA) provided a consistent dividend with a significantly high yield. The fund…

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