VIDEO ON MSN MONEY
Wow. Just wow. A horrible article on a significant topic. There are several comments that should be made. 1) A special payout to hedge fund vultures is not a sustainable dividend. 2) The underlying business must generate profit to sustain the dividend. 3) The management must be experienced and reliable. They are not qualified just because they were not indicted in the last mortgage scandal.
Do your research carefully. Look at the underlying business, profitability, and dividend history. There are many smaller energy companies, MLPs especially that offer attractive dividends with acceptable risk.
The foocking Batch should be fired and her pension taken away.
Your 5th Amendment rights do not include the right to refuse to answer questions put to you by your employers (congress/citizens). You can not refuse to answer our questions and expect to keep your job. If you do not answer our questions you should be fired with no benefits, no severance and no pension. Everything in your workspace should be confiscated until an investigation can be completed. Your choice, answer the questions or exercise your right and be fired.
"HOW DOES IT WORK?
To buy , the Fed essentially creates money from nothing, paying for its purchases by crediting the accounts of from which it buys the bonds."
Google "where does the money come from to buy bonds"
You do know how to use google, right. If not I can teach you that as well. My work will never be done here.
What a CROC...
Even the charts they have fabricated...
Go to any other engine and look at VOD's chart, in 2000 was the peak of this company at about $70 per stock. MSN shows them peaking at $120 per stock in 2000 then peaking again in 2007 and 2013 at about $70 per share. (I went to yahoo, e-trade and scottrade). SHAME ON YOU MSN!!!
These are my ultra high dividend stocks and their prices continue to rise from their near all time or all time low. You want to see a bit of a price rise off a low, otherwise you receive a high yield but the price drops further in which case you lose money. Here they are with current yield as of Monday:
WHX 40.53 CLM 17.68 CRF 17.51 ORC 17.05 SAR 16.72 CYS 14.55 BPT 14.37 ARR 13.99
OAKS 13.21 JMI 12.1 PT 12.38 DX 12.03 PSEC 12.00 IVR 11.88 PHK 11.70 AGNC 11.66
MCGC 11.34 ROYT 11.01 BKCC 10.91 RCS 10.36 PKO 10.11
The average yield of numbers 2 through 14 is is 14.73 percent.
I have bee doing this for for many years and know what I am talking about.
3m is never mentioned and yet has a higher dividend than all of these...i retired at 55 because i own 3m stock...i make enough in dividends that i don't ever see tappin my into my equity...smooth sailing
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