Get 4.2% Per Year with this Low-Risk Stock

This Defensive Food Stock Offers a 4% Dividend and Strong Growth Potential

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What if you could get 4.2% in dividends year after year with a lower risk investment?  This diversified food company has many leading brands and the ability to survive the ups and downs of the market.

Over the past two months, investor preferences have quickly shifted from high-flying momentum growth stocks to more defensive companies with stable revenues that have strong cash flow and pay dividends.   As this trend continues investors are looking for more places to get attractive returns with lower risk.

One recession proof company is currently paying a 4.2% dividend. It is in a category where people spend money in good times and bad.  Food is something we all need to live.  We won’t stop buying food. We will still head to the supermarket each and every week no matter how hard times get.  We will go there when times are good as well.

Now when you go to the supermarket, do you and your family see and buy any of these brands:

  • Baker’s Joy baking spray
  • B&M Baked Beans
  • Cream of Wheat
  • Emeril’s sauces, soups, or seasonings – Bam!
  • Maple Grove’s Farm of Vermont salad dressings, pancakes, and syrups
  • Mrs. Dash salt free seasonings
  • Ortega Mexican Meals, sauces, and salsas.

If so, you are already familiar with B&G Foods (NYSE: BGS). These are just a few of their brand lines.  B&G Foods specializes in manufacturing, selling and distributing diverse range of food products, including cereals, canned meats, spices, seasonings, salad dressings and other specialty food products. The Company distributes these products through a network of independent brokers to supermarket chains, warehouse clubs and mass merchants in United States, Puerto Rico and Canada.

Check out the chart over the past 12 months:

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The company’s share price was stuck in neutral for a while and it’s finally starting to break out again. They currently pay a $0.34 per share quarterly dividend, which increased 25.9% last year.  The current yield is 4.2%.  This is much better than you can get in a money market and you have the ability to see an increasing dividend as profits rise.  It is a smaller lesser-known company giving it appeal as an “off the beaten path” investment idea with great potential. Unlike a bond that pays a fixed payment for the duration of time you own the bond, a company can increase its dividend year after year, providing some inflation protection.

Looking at the five point stock inspection, B&G Foods is a good value and strong fundamentals:

5-Point Stock Inspection on BGS:

 

Financial Strength:                    Positive

Valuation:                                         Positive – Buy up to $34

Momentum:                                    Neutral

Risk:                                                     Positive  – Low Risk Beta (0.7)

Earnings Trend:                    Positive

12-month price target:           $40

 

Bottom Line: B&G Foods (NYSE: BGS) is a good buy up to $34 per share and offers an attractive 4.2% dividend.  Our 12-month price target is $40 per share.  This would provide a 25% gain if you bought at today’s price and it hits our target. People will continue buying food and companies like B&G Foods should continue to see strong demand even in the toughest of times. 

Today, many investors just like you are searching for a place to find stocks that can turn their nest egg into a HUGE fortune.

Since 2009, the Tomorrow’s Treasures Portfolio (TTP) has produced annualized gains of 28.25%, turning a $10,000 portfolio into $21,300!

Small cap stocks ($250 million to $3 billion) have had an impressive run over the past 87 years. In fact, small cap stocks have produced 12.1% annualized returns compared to 9.9% annually for large-cap stocks (over $10 billion), according to research from Ibbotson Associates.

Now this may seem like just a measly 2.2% each year, but the compound effect over the years is astonishing!

Consider this:

  • $10,000 invested in large cap stocks in 1926, would be worth $30 million today
  • $10,000 invested in small cap stocks in 1926 turns into $160 million today
  • Even more amazing is the small cap value category, $10,000 invested in 1926 becomes $900 million today!

 

Simply put, if you want to build a fortune over the next decade, you must invest in small-cap stocks.
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Safe & Dependable Income Stocks

3 High-Yielding Stocks Worth a Closer Look

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As the market shifts its focus from growth to value, these three conservative stocks offer attractive yields and plenty of upside potential.

Finding high yield opportunities in a low interest environment is quite the challenge.  However, I use a low-risk investing approach focuses on safe, high dividend stocks that can weather any kind of storm that might come our way…

For the past two decades I have spent the better part of my time as a financial analyst finding the right opportunities for my most conservative clients.  The majority of my clients have always been those close to or already in retirement.  They are typically over age 50 and looking for the perfect blend of growth and Income.

Over the years, I have created a special way to protect their money in this volatile market, while adding consistency and quality to their portfolios. I help them sleep well at night knowing they have rock-solid investments that are helping to maintain their standard of living as I grow their income year after year.

With our Global Income Portfolio, we like to play things a bit more defensive yet we still like to increase the portfolio’s dividend income.  Our three favorite places for safety yields are:

  • Utility Stocks
  • Real Estate (REITS)
  • Energy (MLPs)

Here is a top rated utility stock in our Global Income Portfolio:

CPFL ENERGIA (NYSE: CPL).  This pays a 4.5% dividend. It is a holding company that, through its subsidiaries, distributes, commercializes and generates energy in Brazil, standing as the largest private group in the Brazilian electric sector. Its subsidiaries are widely recognized for its excellence and sustainability of their business practices and regarded as benchmarks in management, quality and operating efficiency.

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Here is a Real Estate Holding in our Global Income Portfolio:

W. P. Carey Inc. (WPC).  It pays a 5.9% dividend. It is a real estate investment trust engaged in providing long-term sale-leaseback and build-to-suit financing for companies. The firm primarily invests in commercial properties that are generally triple-net leased to single corporate tenants including office, warehouse, industrial, logistics, retail, hotel, R&D, and self-storage properties.

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Here is an Energy Holding in our Global Income Portfolio:

Nustar Gp Holdings (NSH). It pays a 6.3% dividend. NUSTAR GP HOLDINGS is a publicly traded limited liability company that owns the two percent general partner interest, a 18.4 percent limited partner interest and the incentive distribution rights in NuStar Energy L.P. They are one of the largest asphalt refiners and marketers and independent terminal and petroleum liquids pipeline operators in the nation with operations in the United States, Netherlands Antilles, Canada, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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Bottom-line: Utility stocks, REITS, and MLPs can offer a conservative way to get more income without sacrificing growth potential. If I can help you evaluate your portfolio to see where you may be able to improve, please give us a call today at 866-594-9919 or sign up for the Global Income Portfolio.

How to Create a Growing Income Stream AND Beat the S&P 500

How to Create a Growing Income Stream AND Beat the S&P 500

dividend stocksSince 2002, this little known secret investment strategy has produced more than 3 times the return of the market and is now generating almost 300% more income!

With today’s historic low interest rates, many investors are looking to generate more income.  Think about it:

1) Baby boomers need income.

2) Bonds, money market accounts and CDs aren’t providing much of it.

3) Dividend stocks offer the potential for greater income.

4) If profits grow, the dividend payments may increase. 

One of my favorite income investments is Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs). Many investors are unfamiliar with these types of investments, but they’ve outperformed stocks for over a decade.  As investors search high and low for more income, many miss out on some of the great opportunities because they don’t understand MLPs.

It’s too bad, because these investments typically produce a sizable, stable, and consistent income stream.  One of the reasons people avoid MLPs is either because they believe they are too complex or they simply don’t like the tax structure.

However, when you understand MLPs and what they can do for your portfolio, you will see they really aren’t that sophisticated.  In fact, they trade on the market exchanges and there are now ETFs that track baskets of MLPs.

If we take a look at the performance of MLPs, you will see that they have outperformed the S&P 500 in 12 of the past 13 years. From 2002-2012, the average returns on MLPs is nearly 16% compared to about 5% for the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones. Even better, the average yield on MLPs right now is over 6.5% compared to just 2.1% for the S&P 500.

So now you may be asking what is an MLP?

Well nearly all MLPs are pipeline businesses that earn revenues from the processing or transportation of energy such as oil, natural gas or coal.  Due to stricter environmental regulations, most of these companies face very little competition due to the barriers of entry.  In addition, because these companies process and transport energy and aren’t in the business of exploration and extraction, they are less volatile to the large swings we see in commodity prices.

The tax structure of an MLP is what often discourages investors.  Simply put, an MLP has the tax structure of a limited partnership, but the liquidity of a publicly traded security.  Here is how they work:

  1. They are very similar to Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITS) as they pay investors nearly all of its free cash flow in the form of quarterly dividend payments.
  2. MLPs have big depreciation shields resulting from capital expenditures so 80% of its distributions are characterized as tax-deferred return on capital.
  3. MLPs are exempt from corporate taxes.  Because of this status, part of an MLP distribution is taxed as regular income.
  4. The tax-deferred part of the payout reduces your cost basis in MLP shares and this then becomes taxable when you sell your MLP shares.
  5. Any capital appreciation from your MLP holdings is subject to corporate taxes, and annually you will receive a K-1 forms instead of annual 1099 for these investments.

Key Note: MLPs can be more challenging for investors with tax-deferred accounts like IRAs.  There is more paperwork at tax time and may trigger a taxable event if you earn too much income in an IRA.  Seek a tax professional if you have concerns about owning a MLP in a tax-deferred vehicle.  One potential solution is to buy an ETF that invests in MLPs within your IRA as this will allow you exposure to the asset class without some of the headaches that come with owning an MLP in an IRA.

logo-oiltankingpartnersOne MLP in our Global Income Portfolio is Oiltanking Partners (OILT).  It is a publicly-traded master limited partnership engaged in independent storage and transportation of crude oil, refined petroleum products and liquefied petroleum gas. It provides its services to a variety of customers, including major integrated oil companies, distributors, marketers and chemical and petrochemical companies. Its assets are strategically located along the Gulf Coast of the United States.  Over the past year, its share price has soared nearly 50%.  It is currently paying a good size dividend providing a great combination of growth and income.

Check out its impressive run:

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Bottom Line: If you are looking for more income and don’t want to add a lot of risk, an MLP like Oiltanking Partners (OILT) is worth a closer look.  With a current dividend yield of 3.1%, this opportunity provides good income and great upside potential.  To learn more about income opportunities like this check out our Global Income Portfolio.  Also if you would like to explore income possibilities and have a free 30-minute review give me a call today at 866-594-9919.

 

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Finding high yield opportunities in a low interest environment is quite the challenge.  However, our low-risk investing approach focuses on safe, high dividend stocks that can weather any kind of storm that might come our way…

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The perfect blend of growth & income

For the past two decades I have spent the better part of my time as a financial analyst finding the right opportunities for my most conservative clients.  The majority of my clients have always been those close to or already in retirement.  They are typically over age 50 and looking for the perfect blend of growth and Income.

Over the years, I have created a special way to protect their money in this volatile market, while adding consistency and quality to their portfolios. I help them sleep well at night knowing they have rock-solid investments that are helping to maintain their standard of living as I grow their income year after year.

My strategy is designed to bring generous dividend checks like clockwork each and every quarter.  It may sound boring, but it takes a lot of old-fashioned hard work to be able to deliver consistent results.

Believe it or not, high-dividend-paying stocks have actually contributed 44% of the S&P’s total return over the past 80 years.  Dividend stocks are like the Holy Grail of investing. Yet, many investors choose bonds for income over quality dividend paying stocks and this is often a huge mistake.

Let’s go all the way back to January of 1990 for an example.  1989 had been a tough year.  There had been a recession, inflation was at 5.1%, and economic growth had come to a screeching halt. The Fed decided to raise rates to combat inflation also slowed the economy down. By 1990, economic trouble continued with the Gulf War, which would lead to massive spikes in oil prices. So investors were nervous to say the least with high unemployment, massive government budgetary deficits, and slow Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth.

Interest rates were hovering around 8%. 

Let’s say you were afraid of the markets and decided to forgo the stock market and instead looked for safety in the bond market.  In 1990, you could have bought $100,000 of a quality bond paying 8%, which would mature in 2013 (23 year bond).  You would have received $8,000 a year for the past 23 years and then receive your original $100,000 back at maturity here in 2013.  Not too shabby!

However, what if instead you decided to place your money in a quality dividend paying stock and hold the stock just like the bond all the way until 2013?

What kind of stock would you pick?  As an example, let’s pick one of my favorite sectors, which is the food industry.  Think about it: people need to eat no matter what the economy is doing and the global population keeps growing!  And one of the most sought after foods is meat.   Of the meat companies, my favorite is Hormel Foods (NYSE: HRL).  Now this is a classic rising dividend stock.

If you chose to buy $100,000 worth of Hormel on January 2, 1990, it would have provided $2,910 a year of income, with a yield of about 3%.   This provided much less income in 1990 than the 23-year bond.  However fast forward to today and you will be amazed at the difference:

Original Income Today’s Income
Investment Principal 1990 Value 2013
Hormel Foods (NYSE: HRL): $100,000 $2,910 $1,793,722 $30,493
Quality Bond
@ 8% Interest maturing 2013: $100,000 $8,000 $100,000 $2,680*
* 20 year Treasury Bond@ 2.68%

As you can see, the dividend stock grew the investors income AND substantially increased their capital as well.  The bond investor enjoyed a steady 8% income for 23 years, but was in shell shock when they had to renew their bond at a measly 2.68% when the bond came due.

Become a dividend millionaire

There are countless stories of hard working folks who amassed fortunes simply by investing in high quality dividend paying stocks.  Remember the secretary at Abbott Labs. (NYSE: ABT) who bought her company’s stock in 1935?  If you haven’t heard this story, she collected and reinvested her dividends for 75 years, all while amassing a $7 million fortune!   You might not have heard this exact story, but I am sure you have heard of one where someone is getting paid thousands or even millions of dollars in dividend income.

I have seen school teachers and fire fighters and telephone workers who never made huge incomes now getting paid more in dividend income while retired than they ever earned while working.  Think about that – earning more income in retirement than you earned while working.  This is a huge shift: Instead of working hard for your money, your money is working hard for you!

Not all high dividend stocks are created equal!

Sometimes companies have very attractive dividend rates. This can often be for a number of dangerous reasons.    A company could be paying out too much income and be unable to sustain its current revenue trend or maybe the company’s stock price has fallen significantly and it still pays the same dividend.   Either way, both companies are in high danger of cutting or eliminating their dividends.

Introducing our five-step process:

We instead, want to focus on high quality companies that meet our five metrics:

1. Strong Relative Strength: We look for companies performing in-line with the market or better.

2. Attractive Yields: We look for stocks with an above average dividend yield (3% or greater).

3. Reliable Dividends: We fully examine the length and consistency of a company’s dividend payouts. We also look for companies that have a high probability that they will continue payouts in the future.

4. Stable and Increasing Dividend Payments: We look for companies that have a history of stable and increasing dividend payouts.

5. Increasing Earnings Growth and cash flow: We look for companies that have a trend of increasing earnings as this shows a company is earning more and can sustain and possibly increase its dividend. More importantly, we look for companies that have been increasing their free cash flow.

Enron, WorldCom, and other great collapses have shown us that profits and earnings can be manipulated. However, cash flow (money coming in and out of a company) tells the true story of what’s really going on.  This is the very pulse of EVERY single company.

Free cash flow (FCF) represents the cash that a company is able to generate after laying out the money required to maintain or expand its asset base. Free cash flow is important because it allows a company to pursue opportunities that enhance shareholder value. It is the money used for research and development, acquisitions, expansion, and the money used to reward investors through share buybacks and dividend payments.

In finding the right high dividend stocks I look for those with an increasing trend of Free Cash Flow (FCF).  This helps me find stocks that have the potential to grow earnings, further reward shareholders, and best yet – outperform the market!

This five step process helps us discover a rare breed of dividend stock that can sustain its performance well into the future and provide you with above average income to outpace inflation!

Fixed income instruments may look a safe bet with their “guaranteed” income.  However, when you look closer they are “guaranteed losers” because they offer 0% income growth and aren’t keeping pace with inflation and taxes!

Since 2012, the rate of inflation has been around 2%, yet look at your fixed rate investment choices:

▪   Money market accounts paying next to nothing

▪   Certificates of Deposits (CDs) not paying much more.

▪   Treasury Notes (T-Notes) failing to keep up with the Consumer Price Index (CPI)

Today, the average S&P 500 dividend payment is a little over 2%, which still doesn’t keep up with inflation.  What if instead you could have an average dividend yield of 5% or more in consistent stable companies?

Right now is the prefect time to find great companies that are writing big paychecks.  Corporate America is holding more cash than ever before.  You just need to find the right companies and that’s where we come in…

We help you find solid companies that pay above average dividends where we are highly confident they will continue to pay them quarter after quarter.

We use our five-step process to find companies likely to pay sustained and increasing dividends…and also have strong prospects for growth as well.

This is a safer, long-term, income approach that offers you a strong mix of dependable investments with limited fluctuations.

Included in our Global Income Portfolio are a diverse group of income investments such as:

  • Real estate investment trusts (REITs): REITs offer investors an opportunity to gain access to a real estate portfolio without the headache of being a landlord. REITs typically include high-quality commercial properties, ranging from apartment buildings and office complexes, to health care facilities and shopping malls. Because REITs have no investment minimums, they allow large and small investors an easy way to participate in commercial real estate.

The best part: REITs must pay out 90% of its operating profits as dividends in order to be exempt from having to pay corporate income taxes. As a result, most REITs pay frothy dividends.

  • Master limited partnerships (MLPs): Investors keep searching high and low for better yields, but many miss the boat on MLPs. Few investors have a good knowledge of MLPs, because they have the stigma of being too mysterious and complex. But investing in MLPs isn’t that difficult. Like a traditional stock, these investments trade on public exchanges and have outperformed the S&P 500 in 11 of the past 12 years.

From 2002-2011, the average annual return for MLPs was nearly 16% compared to less than 5% for the S&P 500. Today, the average MLPs yield close to 7%, which is more than three times the current average yield of the S&P’s 2.2%. Almost all MLPs are pipeline businesses making money from the processing or transport of oil, natural gas or coal. Thanks to strict environmental regulations, they don’t face much competition. And because they transport these commodities rather than explore them, they are theoretically less affected by ongoing volatility in commodity prices.

  • Business development companies (BDCs): A BDC is a form of publicly traded private equity that loans money to small and upcoming businesses. In return for taking the risk of loaning the money, these startups pay the BDC interest, often also offering an equity stake.

Because they are required to pay regular dividends, income from BDCs is generally more stable than that of regular stocks, especially during the ups and downs of the economy. They also have a diversified asset base, typically consisting of a portfolio of 50 or more loans/equity. Because of this nature, BDCs have plenty of capital available for growth.

  • Preferred stocks: These stocks tend to pay sizable dividends typically greater than those of common shares. They have characteristics of debt instruments as well as equities. One of the major advantages of a preferred stock is the priority dividend payout. This means preferred shareholders get dividends before the common shareholders. Dividends payout on preferred stock is very similar to coupon payments on a bond. Preferred stocks don’t have a maturity date like bonds, but they do have a par value, which is used to figure out the payouts.

On rare occasions, the portfolio service might even recommend going short to take advantage of bearish market conditions or using other hedging vehicles to protect against downturns. We help provide you with the what, when, and why of every recommendation we make to provide you with steady, inflation-beating income opportunities. Not only do we provide recommendations, we also track, choose, and monitor each investment with precision and care.

Here’s a look at how we make our selections:

▪   We create a universe of 200-300 stocks that have good prospects for earnings growth and have great upside potential going forward.

▪   We then apply a set of stringent screening criteria to find companies with strong balance sheets.

▪   We narrow our universe down to stocks with dividend yields of 3% or better.

▪   We focus on payment ratios that are generally less than 70% unless they are an MLP or REIT, which may be legally required to pay out more. This ensures that a company is retaining enough revenue to reinvest for future growth.

▪   We screen out investments that have cut dividends over the past five years.

▪   We then focus on diversification making sure we cover enough sectors and have a good group of companies.

As a Global Income Portfolio member, you’ll be alerted when the time is exactly right to buy the next opportunity. There will always be 20 ideas ready for you to take action on.  Don’t miss out!

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