High Yielder

High Yielder

A security with a high return. For example, a bond paying 15% per annum and a preferred stock paying 12.5% per quarter are both considered high yielders. High yielders usually carry higher than average risk, which is why they attempt to entice investors with the promise of a large yield.
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The fund is down a bit since its inception earlier in the year, but it pretty much mirrored the bond market during the taper talk, so this could be a solid performer (and high yielder to boot) if Yellen keeps easy money policies in place.
Earliblue is perhaps the tastiest early variety, often ready in early to mid July, but it is not always a high yielder.
The ETF is an extremely high yielder though, and can easily be thought of as an income destination by pretty much any investor.
Markets are currently pricing in another 192 bps of rate hikes over the next twelve months which leave the pair as the undisputed high yielder.
The central bank is widely expected to be the first of the major economies to begin tightening making the already high yielder more attractive in the current environment of risk appetite.
However, we must keep an eye on risk appetite this week as a pull back in equities could weigh on the high yielder.
This high yielder still enjoys a significant premium over most of its counterparts; but the outlook is certainly dovish.
A recent change has been the all-yearround housing of high yielders to ensure they are in prime condition to conceive.
Given the performance of EM credit YTD, it is hardly plausible to ignore high yielders when risk appetite seems to have returned courtesy Benevolent Ben.
As more central banks around the world ease monetary policy at the same time as the US Federal Reserve maps out a strategy to exit from monetary stimulus, the balance that has existed between global high yielders and global low yielders over the last few months is changing.
That's where our portfolio starts - looking at companies that are persistent cash generators, not just high yielders," says Mortimer.
Australian and New Zealand Dollars Encouraged by Building Rate Speculation With global markets turning around, we are seeing the high yielders build more momentum from their already significant perches.
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