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  • Over the long run, dividend stocks have crushed stocks that don't pay them.
  • Splitting a $63,000 investment evenly among these four high-yield stocks will produce $1,500 in quarterly income.

Enterprise Products Partners: 8.36% yield

If there's such a thing as a premier ultra-high-yield dividend stock in the energy space, its master limited partnership Enterprise Products Partners (NYSE:EPD ) . Its nearly 8.4% yield is, amazingly, the lowest on this list. How...

AGNC Investment: 8.99% yield

Has averaged a double-digit yield in 11 of the past 12 years.

A mortgage REIT is a company that borrows money at lower short-term lending rates with the intent to use this capital to purchase higher-yielding long-term assets, such as mortgage-backed securities (MBS). The difference between ...

Antero Midstream: 9.15% yield

Unlike Enterprise Products, Antero was forced to reduce its distribution earlier this year. Its quarterly payout declined 27% to $0.225 from $0.308. However, it wasn't the pandemic that coerced this move.

Antero Midstream has reallocated some of the capital it would normally have paid out ...

Saving the highest yield for last, we have mortgage REIT Invesco Mortgage Capital (NYSE:IVR )

as I noted with AGNC, economic recoveries are generally a positive thing for mortgage REITs. In the second quarter, Invesco Mortg...

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