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Lucky Monthly Paid Dividend Stocks And Funds Are Many In March



  • Imagine a stock or fund that paid out its dividends once a month. Instead of quarterly, semi annually or (ugh) annually, your anticipatory angst waiting for money is reduced by 300%.
  • The March U.S. exchange-traded monthly-paid (MoPay) dividends, upsides, and net-gains include: 1. Stocks by yield (75); 2. Stocks by price upside (30); 3. Closed-End Investments, Exchange-Traded Funds and Notes (CEICs/ETFs/ETNs) by yield >7.40% (80).
  • 75 U.S. MoPay equities priced >$3 per share were listed. Canadian MoPay equities are omitted, but many Canadian firms are U.S. listed OTC. CEICs/ETFs/ETNs are combined US/Canadian and show >7.40% yields.
  • Items: 1. Top MoPay stock gains; 2. Overall best MoPay gainers; 3. Funds vs. Equities; 4. Fund risks/rewards. All per prices as of 3/3/21.
  • Analyst one-year-targets revealed that investing $5k in the lowest priced five of ten top-yield MoPay US exchange equities produced 8.41% more gain than $5k invested in all ten. The little (lower priced) dogs ruled March!
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All but 12 equities and all of the funds listed in this March collection of monthly-paying dividend dogs live up to the ideal of annual dividends from $1K invested exceeding their single share price. Here in the MoPay collection lie affordable yet volatile and risky bargains.

After the past 2020 Ides of March dip, and before other pull-backs yet to come, the time to buy top yield MoPay dogs may now be at hand.

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Brokers Estimated Top Ten MoPay Equities Could Net 7.95% to 15.54% Gains By March 2022

Seven of the 10 top-yield MoPay stocks (shaded in the chart below) were verified as being among the top-ten gainers for the coming year based on analyst one-year target prices. Thus, the Dogcatcher yield-based strategy for this MoPay group, as graded by broker estimates this month, proved 70% accurate.

Projections based on estimated dividend amounts from $1000 invested in each of the ten highest-yielding stocks plus analysts median 1yr target prices for those stocks, as reported by YCharts, produced the data points. Note: target prices from lone analysts were not applied (n/a). Ten probable profit-generating trades to March 2022 were:

source: YCharts

Ellington Financial Inc (EFC) netted $155.43 based on the median of annual price estimates from eight analysts, plus dividends, less broker fees. The Beta number showed this estimate subject to risk/volatility 113% more than the market as a whole.

SLR Senior Investment Corp (SUNS) netted $144.62 based on the median of target estimates from three analysts, plus estimated annual dividends less broker fees. The Beta number showed this estimate subject to risk/volatility 40% over the market as a whole.

Gladstone Commercial Corp (GOOD) netted $132.19 based on the median of target price estimates from six analysts, plus dividends less broker fees. The Beta number showed this estimate

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Fredrik Arnold is my pen name. In 2012 I retired from doing quality service analysis in Boston and moved to North Carolina in 2013, thence to Central Oregon in 2018. My fascination with capital preservation, long-term investments, and trading systems keeps me blogging for Seeking Alpha. My articles focus on dividend yields, analyst median 1 yr targets, free cash flow yields, and one-year total returns as stock trading indicators. These are essential tools for catching the most valuable dividend dogs. My dividend dogcatcher premium site in the Seeking Alpha Marketplace shows annual real-time trading results since 2015.

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