Nathan Slaughter

Recent Articles by Nathan Slaughter

The Case For High-Yield Bonds
By Nathan Slaughter | April 04, 2018 |
High-yield bonds are rallying, and the fundamentals haven't been this good in more than a decade. Here's my case for why you should be looking into this corner of the market for income.
This High-Yielder Keeps Appearing In My Screens
By Nathan Slaughter | April 02, 2018 |
Most companies with payouts in this range are only covering them by the skin of their teeth, but this one has a very comfortable margin.
What Trump's Tariffs Mean For The Market -- And Your Portfolio
By Nathan Slaughter | March 22, 2018 |
Tensions are already running high, and it might only take a spark to ignite a trade war.
How I Use Buffett's Advice To Earn Huge Yields And Capital Gains
By Nathan Slaughter | March 20, 2018 |
What Warren Buffett has to say about diversification may shock you. But if you heed his advice, it can build serious wealth over the long haul...
7 Shipping Stocks Yielding Up To 15%
By Nathan Slaughter | February 26, 2018 |
Today's double-digit screen highlights some of the best companies in a highly profitable industry.
Why The Recent Selloff Will Be A Great Opportunity For Yield-Hunters
By Nathan Slaughter | February 12, 2018 |
In the end, this selloff will prove to be an ally -- offering investors the chance to lock in higher yields for the long haul.
5 Super-Yielders That Can Weather The Storm
By Nathan Slaughter | January 30, 2018 |
These companies boast double-digit yields and double-digit earnings growth.
These Hybrid Income Machines Yield Up To 12 Percent
By Nathan Slaughter | January 24, 2018 |
You may not even know this asset class exists, but it's perfect for conservative income-seekers. 
Your Path To Double-Digit Income In 2018
By Nathan Slaughter | January 15, 2018 |
Earnings boosts and repatriated cash mean it could be a banner year for dividend hikes.
Earn 5.8 Percent From This Retail 'Tollbooth'
By Nathan Slaughter | January 08, 2018 |
Picking retail winners is hard -- why not just sit back and earn income from the backbone of electronic spending?