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High Yielding Stocks can sometimes be a warning sign. As stock prices go down, the Yield will go UP as long as the dividend remains the same. But would you feel good about owning a High Dividend paying Stock that has lost 50% of it's value. Therefore, it is a good idea to look at much more of the Fundamentals and Technicals of a Stock you are considering to purchase as a High Yield Investment.
High Yields could also be an indication that no one wants to own the Stock unless they can get a high yield, which was generated when the price of the Stock dropped, thereby causing the Yield to go up. And what if the company cannot afford to continue to pay the high dividend due to lower earnings or sales.
This is why we have strived to find Stocks with High Dividend Yields that also have good earnings, good sales, and decent rates of return. Here are some of those Stocks . . .