- Barrons.com•3 days ago
Instead, the headline is, "Yearning for Yield Is Unabashedly Consensus." Chief investment strategist Brian Belski writes: Not only are investors “getting less” with historically low dividend yield spreads for higher yielding stocks, but they are also “paying more” as valuation remains significantly above average. To sum up, these are his five main points: 1) Dividend Yield‐Based Investing Has Been a Noticeable Outperformer and One of the Most Consensus Trades as Interest Rates Have Fallen 2) The Likelihood of Higher Interest Rates Is One of the Most Out of Consensus Calls, but Should It Be?
After hours: 37.160.00 (0.00%) as of 6:37 PM EDT
|Bid||37.06 x 100|
|Ask||37.94 x 1500|
|52wk Range||30.03 - 38.61|
|Day's Range||36.84 - 37.30|
|Avg Vol (3m)||1,847,396|
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