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These 3 High-Yield REITs Pay 8%, 10%, and 12% Dividends

The ongoing spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus has investors flocking to safety.

Gold prices hit a seven-year high Thursday, while U.S. Treasury yields plunged yet again.

The 10-year bond hovered at 1.53% – a pittance for investors who are looking out on a decade horizon.

The option of gold – which doesn't pay a yield – also isn't the most attractive option for anyone seeking income.

And things are only going to get more challenging for income-seeking investors in the months ahead...

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average Gains 200 Points as Coronavirus Worries Ease

The Dow Jones Industrial Average soared over 200 points this morning as optimism over the coronavirus prevailed.

Fears of the virus' economic consequences have dwindled.

But there are murmurs that the ongoing outbreak could interfere with commitments by China to honor its deal to purchase U.S. agricultural products.

The latest figures show that cases have surpassed 44,500 and more than 1,110 deaths.



The Top Dividend Stocks to Own This Week

While the House vote on Trump impeachment is driving headlines today, a Senate vote is still extremely unlikely to pass.

More meaningful news comes out of the United Kingdom, and it’s drawing our attention to the top dividend stocks this week.

The Bank of England held interest rates in place during its recent policy meeting.

Facing the departure of the U.K. from the European Union, the BoE released a weak economic outlook for the nation's economy.

Its decision to keep interest rates steady falls in line with the number of other central banks that will maintain lower interest rates to bolster economic growth.



Why T-Mobile Is a Top Stock to Buy with or Without Sprint

Whatever happens with its pending deal to acquire Sprint, T-Mobile is a top stock to buy.

Even without the addition of Sprint's resources, TMUS has positioned itself well in the market. And the rollout of 5G technology will deliver major revenue growth in the years ahead.

But the picture gets even brighter if the Sprint deal is approved, which we believe likely.

T-Mobile stands to reap mind-boggling gains...

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Strong McDonald's Earnings Report Drives Dow Jones Today Up 120 Points

The Dow Jones today projected a 122-point gain in pre-market trading after the McDonald's Corporation reported very strong quarterly earnings.

This morning, the firm reported EPS of $1.79 per share, a figure that topped analyst estimates by 12 cents.

Revenue did decline by 9% year-over-year, but the $5.14 billion reported still bested Wall Street expectations of $4.98 billion.

McDonald's leads a busy day of earnings reports as markets continue to cheer the best quarterly performance for the S&P 500 in seven years.