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  • rbgambler99 rbgambler99 Apr 26, 2012 10:04 AM Flag

    Some new High Yield Ideas....

    Stagg, Mad Max, et, al....In my effort to diversity some of my Reit investments to other high yield stocks for the future, I found these....they need to be investigated, and I will do that, but I wanted to get your opinion as well. Maybe some of you are familiar with these, and can help.

    Yields look nice at first glance, but it doesn't matter if you lose your shirt on the principal!



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    • Check into VALE. The BIG Brazilian mining company. They yield over 5%

      plus special dividends. They own the Valemaxes ( the largest cargo

      ore carriers in the world)

    • NRGY just announced a cut in their distribution and a sale of their retail propane business. The market liked the sale transaction. Going forward, their distribution will be $1.15-1.20 (minus propane -- that deal won't close until the end of the year, so unitholders will get 37.5 cents per quarter until that time), so when all settles out, the yield will be about 8% (1.20 on a $15 shares price post-sale).

      NRGY will be left with a wholesale propane business, IDRs and the GP interest in their midstream business, NRGM, and some nat gas and NGL storage assets which they will drop down into NRGM.

    • Stagg, RBGambler, etc, a
      Found this looking doe ideas also
      But I already own SCCO, and SCLR. and ERF has got some legs back-so you are $$$ ahead
      try this link:
      these are some awesome yields--but as you said we gotta pick the best
      CELLCOM ISRAEL is a high yielder 23%

      hope this may help us to the road of riches

    • rbgambler...I was wrong this time, WHR is down about $3.00 a share at this time...I will be eating crow for lunch today...

      That said, check out HQL, I think that I like it better than BME...if we subtract the special dividend at the end of the year, BME normal dividend is about 5.5%...

      On the other hand, HQL (yield is about 7%) and the two year capital gains are a lot better than BME...$1,000.00 invested in HQL for two years would be worth $1,576.00; $1,000.00 invested in BME for two years would be worth $1,233.00 (HQL has over-all better color than BME)...

      On a YTD chart HQL is up about 25% and BME is up about 10%...HQL (P/E 5.5) also has had more than twice the total returns as BME (P/E 16) over the last two years...

      I may take a position in HQL in the near future....! Keep up the good work...! $tagg...!

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