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Buy Low, Sell High: 11 Top Yielding Dividend Stocks To Buy When You Sell Your High Beta Stuff

November 10, 2015 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: MO , T , DUK

March of next year will mark the seventh anniversary of the beginning of one of the longest bull market runs in history that came out of the Great Recession lows of March 2009.

While many claim that this has indeed been a secular bull market since then, the reality is that until the market blew past the double top level of 1,500 in May of 2013, we were really just filling in a monumental hole. With that in mind, the bull run is getting tired, and three very distinct signs of a market top are showing up.

So what do investors do with bond yields still at historical lows? It’s time to think about selling the high-beta momentum stocks that lurk in portfolios and move to more conservative blue chip companies that pay dividends. 

Attached you can find a few ideas of stocks that pay good dividends and offer attractive yields while having low beta ratios.

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AmeriGas Partners -- Yield: 8.83%  [more]

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