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44 10%-Plus Yield Dividend Stocks Priced $5-$25 For March



  • Analyst top-10 target net-gain estimates for these bargain basement dogs 3/4/21 ranged 15.05%-60.54% from HMLP, FSKR, FSK, BPMP, KNOP, CHMI, DHT, SCU, MAGS, EURN, and top pick, USAC per YCharts.
  • Top-10 10%+Yield@$5-$25 priced firms by yield, FSUMF, SCU, ORC, SRLP, SOLLY, IMBBF, SHLX, USAC, DHT, and top dog, EURN ranged 13.24%-19.14%. Expect more dividend adjustments in coming weeks.
  • Top-10 10%+Yield@$5-$25 priced firms by broker-targets, CHMI, DHT, MFGP, BPMP, KNOP, SCU, EURN, TRMD, USAC, and top target dog, GEO averaged 40.08% estimated gains.
  • $5k invested 3/4/21 in the lowest-priced five 10%+Yield@$5-$25 equities of 10 by yield, showed 7.07% less projected net-gain than from $5k put in all 10. The higher-priced bargain basement dividend dogs recaptured the lead going into March.
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A reader of August 2019's high-yield, low-priced dividend dog list said this is "dangerous advice." Hence, this information is to be used at your own risk.

I always have 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 inaccurate. (Most of the time YCharts withholds forward yield projections when a dividend is cut, however... but not always.)

This March list selected stocks reporting annual returns ranging from -55.13% to 173.65%. Six selections this month showed yields greater than 20% and were removed because their dividends are the most likely to be cut or curtailed.

Happy hunting, and beware of the numbers put up by the top 10 by yield on this list of 44. In short, this is 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.

Meanwhile all 44 dogs on this list show dividends from a $1K investment greater than their single share prices. Some investors find this condition to be an invitation to buy or, at least, look closer.

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Brokers Calculated 15.05% To 60.54% Net Gains For The Top Ten 10%+Yield@ $5-$25 Stocks As Of March 4, 2022

Four of the ten top yield 10%+Yield@$5-$25 dogs (tinted in the list below) were among the top ten gainers for the coming year, based on analyst one-year targets. Thus, this forecast, as graded by Wall St. Brokers, was 40% accurate.

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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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