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72 10%+Yield Dividend Dogs Priced $5-$15 In June



  • These dividend dog 10%+Yield@$5-$15 prices are all sourced from YCharts which allows a dividend yield to persist for 365 days after the most recent report if a dividend is cut.
  • Analyst top-ten target net-gain estimates for these bargain basement dogs 6/11/20 ranged 30.82%-90.74% from ACRE, SPH, RC, KRP, DHT, KNOP, SVC, HMLP, USAC, and top pick, FRO, per YCharts dividend.
  • Top-ten 10%+Yield@$5-$15 priced firms by yield, SVC, USAC, TRTX, BPOSY, RWT, RC, OMP, DHT, KPELY, and top dog, FRO ranged 18.31%-37.28%. Expect more dividend-reductions and cancellations in coming weeks.
  • Top-ten 10%+Yield @ $5-$15 priced firms  by broker-targets, LADR, KNOP, HMLP, AROC, PBFX, FRO, EURN, SSSS, USAC, and top target dog, RVI averaged 65.47%.
  • $5k invested 6/11/20 in the lowest-priced five 10%+Yield @ $5-$15 equities of ten by yield, showed 8.83% more projected net-gain than from $5k put in all ten. The low-price bargain basement dividend dogs retained their lead into June.
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A reader of August's high-yield, low priced dividend dog list said this is "dangerous advice". Hence, it is to be used at your own risk.

I have always advised that high dividends are a sure sign of high risk. Combine that signal with a low-price offer and you have the stuff of legends and horror stories. Especially in light of YCharts declaration that YCharts allows a dividend yield to persist for 365 days after the most recent reported dividend if a dividend is cut. Therefore, a few line items you see calculated here could be totally inaccurate.

This June list, unlike those previously posted, selected no stocks reporting annual returns lower than 0%. Eight this month showed yields greater than 20%. These were not removed, though their dividends are the most likely to be cut or curtailed.

Happy hunting, and beware of the numbers put up by the top eight by yield on this list of 72. In short, this is a risky business. These are Dogs of the Low, not of the Dow. These dogcatcher metrics are set to snag the most unloved and unpopular curs as a contrarian stock selection strategy.

To learn which of these 72 are 'safer' dividend dogs in the next few days, click on the "get started today" link in the last summary bullet above and read The Dividend Dogcatcher marketplace follow-up 'safer' 10%+Yield@$5-$15 dividend stock article.

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Brokers Calculated 30.82% To 90.74% Net Gains For Ten 10%+Yield @ $5-$15 Stocks As Of June 11, 2021

Five of the ten top yield 10%+Yield @ $5-$15 dogs were among the top ten gainers for the coming year (based on analyst 1-year targets). So, this forecast, as graded by Wall St. Brokers, was 50% accurate.

Projections based on dividends from $1,000 invested in

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Fredrik Arnold is a retired quality service analyst sharing investment ideas with a primary focus on dividend yields by utilizing free cash flow and one-year total returns as trading indicators.

He is the leader of the investing group The Dividend Dog Catcher, where he shares a minimum of one new dividend stock idea per week with focus on yield or extraordinary financial circumstances. All ideas are archived and available after weekly announcement. Learn more.

Analyst’s Disclosure: I/we have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from Seeking Alpha). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.

Disclaimer: This article is for informational and educational purposes only and should not be construed to constitute investment advice. Nothing contained herein shall constitute a solicitation, recommendation or endorsement to buy or sell any security. Prices and returns on equities in this article except as noted are listed without consideration of fees, commissions, taxes, penalties, or interest payable due to purchasing, holding, or selling same. In addition my YCharts data supplier makes no warrants regarding their forward looking dividend accuracy. Here is their dividend yield statement: "2) We allow a dividend yield to persist for 365 days after the most recent reported dividend if a dividend is cut. Hence, this data should not be used for backtesting purposes. For true historical testing purposes, one would need the date the company announced a cut or increase in the dividend to get the proper expected dividend yield as of a given date." "The forward yield won't catch changes as there is not an automated method for turning those announcements into that kind of data. A specific use case would require additional over-site after the screening had taken place to catch these instances. I wish there was an easier way, and I will submit feedback, but as of yet this has been how we've always done things for lack of a better method."

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Comments (6)

wildpitcher profile picture
I'm long KRP. We own lots of dusty dirt in Texas and other states.

"These dividend dog 10%+Yield@$5-$15 prices are all sourced from YCharts which allows a dividend yield to persist for 365 days after the most recent report if a dividend is cut."

Why use YCharts if info can be up to a year old?
toh192 profile picture
‘Cause a Bloomberg terminal costs $$$.
You shouldnt include frontline unless you explain why its got its high yield.

Its certainly not for people who want a stable and reliable div
adam22164 profile picture
@gojuadorai You are wasting your time, this author presents this same article over and over, just cutting and pasting. I don't even think he reads the comments or ever replies to them. Much of the info presented is inaccurate or badly outdated. It's a nice place to skim and get ideas from but that's it, you have to do MUCH more further research on any stock or fund listed here...
Fredrik Arnold profile picture
@adam22164; @gojuadorai; Every month I post replies in my ReFaRo (Reader Favorites and Rogues) article. Reader comments are my best source of stock insights. I am working on the article now. It will likely post tomorrow or the next day.
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