Closed-end funds offer excellent income potential compared to conventional mutual funds, ETFs, and dividend stocks but come with a number of complexities. Closed-end funds are actively managed by a fund manager, often use financial leverage to generate more income, can invest in various assets (e.g. stocks, bonds), and trade at a discount or premium to the market value of their assets. Please see our “Guide to Investing in Closed-End Funds” for more information.
YieldCos are a relatively new class of dividend stocks luring in many investors. While many YieldCos offer strong income growth potential, not unlike the famous Dividend Aristocrats, they also come with high yields that [...]
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway outperformed the S&P 500 by 11.1% per year from 1965-2015, generating an overall gain of 1,598,284% compared to the market's total return of 11,355%. It's no wonder why investors closely monitor Warren [...]