What will 2018 hold for income investors?
Well, it depends where you look. Buying pricey blue chips for 2% or 2.5% yields looks like a crowded, low upside trade. Same with most mainstream bonds, which don’t pay much more.
But – thanks to a lack of attention from “first-level” financial websites – there are some bargains still worth buying in 2018. I’m talking about dividends of 8% or more, with extra price appreciation potential to boot.
What are these best buys? And how are they possible in this 2% world?
First Let’s Thank Fed Fears, Which Are Probably Overblown (Again)
This time last year, I told you that Fed rate hikes wouldn’t affect us income investors in 2017.…