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Boosting Yields with Royalty Trusts

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I will share my journey with you on my quest for achieving an increasing dividend income stream from stocks with above average dividend growth, which consistently increase their distributions over time. Most investors who are close to or in retirement look for dividend stocks as a source of their retirement income. I believe that this is a great investment strategy , as long as these investors don’t chase high-yielding stocks. With the average market yields at 3%, stocks that yield more than 10% should not be automatically embraced in ones income portfolio, but examined more closely than usual. There are several reasons ...
is an investment that may hold equities, debt instruments, royalty interests or real properties. The trust can receive interest, royalty or lease payments from an operating entity carrying on a business, as well as dividends and a return of capital . The main attraction of income trusts (in addition to certain tax preferences for some investors) is their stated goal of paying out consistent cash flows for investors, which is especially attractive when cash yields on bonds are low. They are especially useful for financial requirements of institutional investors such as pension funds . ( Investment Dictionary ) Many investors are ...
Ed Stelmach
In his letter below to Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach, Canadian taxpayer Jack Ellefson from Calgary is as intent on restoring his equal right to own Alberta based Thunder Energy Trust in his RRSP (acquired by the Public Sector Pension Plan, who can evade the 31.% tax as a pension plan, but he can not in his RRSP, which creates a grossly unlevel playing field as between the 75% of Canadians without pensions and the 25% of Canadians without pensions, when the sole policy purpose of the Liberal government who created RRSPs 50 years ago was to create a level playing field for the Jack Ellefson’s versus the PSPs of this world), ... market research, surveys and trends
Dividend Income: Earn 8% or More has a post with some different ways to earn an 8% yield on your investment. The story covers closed end funds, junk bonds, energy income trusts, ocean shipping companies, REITs, pipeline companies, emerging market bonds and muni bonds. A couple of my favorite stocks come from these categories such as Penn West Energy (PWE), Diana Shipping (DSX) and Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (KMP). Here are some highlights. Earn 8% or More Energy income trusts Expect the world's growing thirst for energy to keep oil-and-gas prices high. That's why royalty trusts, which trade like stocks, are just the right fuel for ... market research, surveys and trends


Canada's Big Five Banks: Compared to What?
Canadian banks have withstood the turmoil whipped up by the financial crisis better than their US and European peers, maintaining strong Tier 1 capital ratios and keeping their heads well above water--without a government bailout. The recently tabled federal budget does include a provision that would allow the government to buy equity in the banks, although it seems more an effort to provide the appearance of a level international playing field. Canada’s Big Five haven’t yet required government assistance, but their ability to compete with US and European banks is increased if their costs of capital are similarly ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Bond Buyers: Be Wary - Roger S. Conrad -- Seeking Alpha
A year ago, in March 2009, investor sentiment could hardly have been worse. And with good reason: The stock market had suffered one of its worst 12 month-periods in memory, credit was tight, the economy was in full retreat, and Washington was pushing an activist agenda. The strong feeling was that things would get much worse before they got better. As it turned out, the gloom proved to be an historic buying signal for stocks, just as extreme pessimism has been so many times in market history. The S&P 500’s 56 percent return over the past 12 months hasn’t come close to erasing the 44 percent loss in the 12 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


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Faced with a choice between boosting the value of their stock options .... Canadian income trusts, and other types of investments that provide high yields. ... Royalty Trusts and Real Estate Investment Trusts by Peter Beck and Simon ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Best dividend stocks? - Yahoo! Answers
Without having more of your personal information, and current financial status and other data such as risk tolerance, martial status, and demographics it would be very inappropriate for me or any other responsible person, especially a profession from the investment industry, to provide specific investment information in this type of media. At the same time it would not be prudent of you to accept any specific investment advice from those you personally know nothing about other than as a responder here YA However, here are some websites that you will find very helpful ...
Is Greenpeace and radical environmentalist doing more harm than ...
the detrimental effects of radical environmentalism in the developing world by Patrick Moore and Nick Schultz (Moore was a founder of Greenpeace who left the organization). There is no doubt that the environments of wealthy, developed countries are considerably healthier today than on the first Earth Day. Air and water are cleaner. Human life expectancies are longer. Forests are abundant and growing. Developed countries have wanted improved environments and they have been wealthy enough to afford them. But the story is much different ...