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Review Super Dividends and Payday Stocks

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3 Responses to Review Super Dividends and Payday Stocks

  1. I currently hold the following relatively high dividend stocks–not including stocks I hold that yield 5% or less: APL, ARR, CIG, CLMT, CQP, CRESY, CVRR, CYS, DMLP, EGL-UN.TO, FRC.TO, FSC, GNT, IRS, NLY, NTE, PGH, PSEC, SCP.TO, SDRL, SLRC, TICC, TWO, UAN, VALE.
    My personal rule regarding all stocks purchased is that I never hold anything wherein my loss approaches 10%. Ten of the above equities are being carried at a slight loss, the balance, a very large majority, offset the unprofitable by a large margin.

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