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Does anyone have recommendations for high dividend stock plays? I am using this type of strategy in my IRA, trying to keep it risk neutral with hedges, and just hold stocks that pay bigger dividends for growth.

Finviz has a nice scanner which I use for my swing trades. Dividends can be scanned for, but it isn't great because it isn't sortable by dividend.

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If anyone has a better recommendation for dividend scanner, let me know. One big plus with Finviz is the ability to mouse over a symbol and get a chart preview, and be able to see side-by-side analysis of the instrument and its sector.

My strategy has been to be long dividend stocks and hedge through short ETFs (permissible in an IRA) to try and be risk neutral.

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Mike, after screening for dividend yield (on your attached image), try click on Financial tab instead of Overview tab (in middle of screen) and then click on header Dividend for sorting value up/down.

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Nokia (NOK) pays a dividend yield of 9.5%.


In spite of losses, Nokia still has a strong balance sheet, with more than $20.2 billion in cash and only $6.1 billion in long-term liabilities and debt. Free cash flow has also been strong for the entire decade, which could make them a takeover target.

Sales of their Windows based Lumia Smart Phone could significantly affect their bottom line with the release of Windows 8.

To put things in perspective .... you could have bought Ford (F) in 2008 for $1.00 which went to $20 before pulling back to $9.21 Friday.

But then again ..... you may win the Balls of Steel award for taking a position in Nokia with a current share price of $1.71.



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Mike, after screening for dividend yield (on your attached image), try click on Financial tab instead of Overview tab (in middle of screen) and then click on header Dividend for sorting value up/down.

Awesome, I didn't realize that!

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Source: Bespoke Investment Group - Think BIG - How Rising Rates Make Dividend Stocks LessAttractive


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The recent rotation out of defensive sectors has been especially painful for holders of high dividend paying stocks. As we noted yesterday, the Utilities sector, which is generally considered the highest dividend paying sector in the market, is not only the sole sector currently not trading at overbought levels, it is also the only sector trading below its 50-day moving average!

So how come two weeks ago investors couldn't get enough of high dividend paying Utilities stocks, but now they want nothing to do with it. The answer lies partly in the fact that as interest rates rise, dividend paying stocks become less attractive to what are considered safer alternatives. Take the 10-year US Treasury, for example. Three weeks ago, the 10-year had a yield of 1.38%. At the time, more than 60% of the stocks in the S&P 500 had a higher yield than the 10-year. Since that time, the yield on the 10-year has risen to 1.8%. As a result of the rising yield on the 10-year, there are now 47 fewer stocks in the S&P 500 that yield more than the 10-year (266). Furthermore, if the yield on the 10-year rises to 2%, less than half of the stocks in the index will have a higher yield.

The chart below highlights this trend and illustrates the fact that as interest rates rise, fewer stocks will look more attractive relative to Treasuries. Granted, there are other factors that go into an investor's decision, but expected income from an investment is a large factor in the decision. In the case of slow growth defensive stocks like Utilities, this takes on an even larger role. While a Utilities stock with a yield of 1.75% may have had a 26% higher yield than a 10-Year Treasury three weeks ago, today it looks a lot less attractive with a payout that is 4% below the yield on the 10-Year.

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Source: Bespoke Investment Group - Think BIG - August -- Another Bad Month for DividendStocks


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The average stock in the S&P 500 gained just over 3% in August. But there was a pretty big discrepency in performance between high yielders and low or no yielders. Below we have broken the S&P 500 into deciles (10 groups of 50 stocks each) based on dividend yield. We then calculated the average performance of the stocks in each decile during the month of August. As shown, the decile of the highest yielding S&P 500 stocks rose an average of just 0.62% in August. Conversely, S&P 500 stocks that pay no dividend rose an average of 5.45%! A few months ago, investors couldn't get enough of high dividend payers. Now they want nothing to do with them.

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PowerShares KBW High Div Yield Financial Port KBWD 89.21 -0.25 0.71 1.44 7.85 7.69 27.30 2m

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I follow these dividend ETF'S

These have been up in the 15% to 20% range in the last year.



PowerShares KBW High Div Yield Financial Port KBWD
iShares High Dividend Equity HDV
WisdomTree Small Cap Div DES
Vanguard High Dividend Yield ETF VYM
WisdomTree LargeCap Dividned DLN
WisdomTree Total Dividend DTD
FirstTr Morningstar Dividend Leaders FDL
WisdomTree Dividend Top 100 DTN
iShares Dow Jones Select Dividend Index Fund DVY
PowerShares High Yield Equity Dividend Achievers Portfolio PEY
PowerShares Div Achievers Port PFM
Vanguard Dividend ETF VIG

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