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Closed End Funds With 13% Cash Yields: Best Ideas For 2016
Voya's Natural Resources and AGIC Convertible & Income Fund both have current yields now more than 13%. Brookfield Global's Listed Infrastructure fund has a current yield of 10.5%. As always investors should consider the risks here. If rates rise these ...
Top DOLIVER CAPITAL ADVISORS INC 10 Positions in Q3 2015
Doliver Capital Advisors Inc just filed its quarterly 13F. Dated 18/11/2015, the 13f report reveals the investment manager has a portfolio value of $134.58 million, representing a decrease of $15.24 million from the previous quarter when it was $149.82 ...
A List of 19 YieldCo Stocks to Invest In
Exposure to hydro and wind are also offered through yieldcos in addition to traditionally produced electricity from natural gas. In May of this year, the Global X YieldCo ETF (NASDAQ:YLCO) began trading offering investors a diversified way to play this ...
'Boring Is Beautiful' For Savvy Senior IRA; Over 1% Per Month Through April
I have also re-opened my positions in Duff & Phelps Global Utility Fund (NYSE:DPG) and an old favorite Reeves Utility Income Fund (NYSEMKT:UTG). These funds had gotten pretty pricey, and their yields correspondingly low, a year or so ago, but the ...
Bank capital is an illusion
The Murray Financial System Inquiry recommended raising bank capital in order to “reduce the probability of failure”. But does capital actually do that?
The unintended consequences of global financial reform
The Reserve Bank of Australia has raised concerns that some of the most far-reaching reforms imposed on global banks in recent years could have unplanned consequences for the Australian financial system.
Super remains a Murray inquiry sticking point
There was never any prospect of radical measures emerging from the Federal Government's response to the Financial System Inquiry.
Westpac's signal to the market, and the RBA
Westpac's $3.5 billion capital raising and its decision to hike home loan rates will have important implications for the property market and the financial sector -- and increases the probability of a further rate cut by the Reserve Bank.
A victory for SMSFs
The government's response to the Financial System Inquiry has struck an emotive chord with investors who don't want to be told what they can (and can't) invest in.
A defining moment for super
Of the several changes to superannuation proposed by David Murray and accepted by the government, there is one fundamental building block that needs to take priority.