Mortgage REITs, unlike equity REITs, are a class of real estate investment trusts that concentrate their efforts on owning mortgage debt. By leveraging their investments, mortgage REITs are able to offer investors extremely enticing dividend yields. And in today’s yield-starved…
Does the US still deserve a AAA credit rating?
Here’s what income investors need to know.
Thoughts on Felix Salmon’s recent post.
With a looming clash over the debt ceiling, and a possible government debt default, there are some steps that you should make as an investor.
The way long-term bonds are frequently discussed by the media, some investors might think they are a type of financial-markets disease, to be avoided at all costs. I’ve never quite understood this. While I don’t think a 100% allocation to…
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In this 4th article in our series on income investing, we explore opportunities for income investors outside of stocks and bonds.
The third in a series on Income Investing.
The second in our 4 part series on income investing.