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A well-run company that dominates a growing market and pays superior dividends is almost always a good investment. As expected, Verizon Communications and rival AT&T dominated the Federal Communications Commission’s auction of US government airwaves.
Every investor should hold a little cash as insurance against bad times. And it’s just as important to ensure your portfolio holdings, as dividend payers and businesses, are cash-flush.
Earlier this year, we made a contrarian bet on REITs, contending that the real problems were primarily on the financing side of the business. So far this year, that’s proven to be the case, with well-placed property REITs, actually own and operate properties ranging from apartment communities to data centers, holding their own.
Whipsaw: Selling a stock during a downturn, only to watch it pop back up shortly after when fears are quieted. That’s pretty much what happened to those who unloaded Consolidated Water.
Northrop Grumman is calling Northrop Grumman 7 Percent Preferred B. Alternatively, holders can convert tax free into 1.822267 shares of Northrop common but must take action before April 3, 2008.
Preferred stocks pay fatter yields than bonds or common stocks. They pay quarterly, and all six Income Portfolio preferreds are cumulative. If the issuer were ever to suspend payment, it would have to make it up in full.
Almost two years ago, we went looking for heavy-yielding defensive stocks and turned up six in some unusual corners of the market. Ranging from consumer good maker to gun manufacturers, they offered healthy cash flows and high dividend yields by operating in markets that aren’t likely to suffer in economic downturns.
It’s not the one you see; it’s the one you don’t see. That bit of country wisdom applies to markets as well as safe techniques for passing cars on lonely two-lane highways.
The markets have taken investors on a frenetic rollercoaster ride this week as weak economic news and some disappointing earnings worked them over. All three indexes posted losses for the week.
Comcast Corp reported blockbuster earnings that should lay all fears to rest about its financial health.