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In a tough recession like this one, a healthy, growing business is the best guarantor dividends as well as bond interest will continue to be paid. It’s also the only assurance that bear market capital losses will be recovered.
The second quarter was a welcome relief from the turmoil of the past two years. The safety-first Income Portfolio gained 9.7 percent, pushing us into the black for the first half of 2009.
Income investing is trickier these days; maybe it's time to look abroad.
Steady income in a beaten down sector.
The Income Portfolio strategy is to own a wide variety of yield-generating investments. Some will take hits from time to time, but we’ll continue to hold as long as the underlying operation remains solid.
Generous dividends backed by strong and growing underlying business: That’s what I look for in every Canadian Edge Conservative Holding. This month’s High Yield of the Month duo have both strengths in plenty.
Pipelines and storage facilities generate the most reliable cash flow in the energy business. Revenue depends on fees for service, which are unaffected by energy price swings and often are owed even if no energy is shipped. Buckeye Partners LP (NYSE: BPL) goes one better.
In good times, it’s natural to seek investments that will grow the fastest. Conversely, tough times like these bring out investors’ impulse to flee to the safest bets. The trouble is, nothing is 100 percent safe under all circumstances. And even pinpointing the highest percentage investments can be a chore when the economy is apparently shrinking and credit markets are still recovering from their deepest freeze in decades.
It may be too early to call a global recovery, but now is a perfect time for income investors to incrementally shift toward conservative growth.
We profile a healt-care giant that pays a healthy dividend.