Yieldshares High Income ETF (YYY)
$15.10 0.03 (0.20%)
20:00 EDT YYY Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $15.10
Market Cap 157.03M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 60,700
Day's Range 15.09 - 15.16
52-Week Range 9.30 - 18.24
Dividend & Yield 1.56 (10.33%)
YYY Stock Predictions, Articles, and Yieldshares High Income ETF News
- From InvestorPlace
- From the Web
Diversification allows for some of the securities in a basket to fall on hard times without taking down the entire ETF. These seven picks for high-yield ETFs also give investors a decent dividend.
Whether you want yield growth or just straight yields, this list of the best ETFs for income seekers can help you narrow your choices.
Here are ten high-yield ETFs to fatten up your portfolio's dividend cash flows to recoup from Black Friday shopping after Thanksgiving.
Time to buy defensive ETFs as job data disappoints and North Korea tensions intensify.
The five ETFs that hold closed-end funds (CEFs) aren't for everyone, but they're a great source of tactical high-yield income.
These dividend ETFs provide income but they also provide long-term comfort, because most of them hold a broad slate of securities.
When interest rates rise, bonds will become more attractive ... but a number of other fixed-income investments could be at risk. Here's how various income-producing investments could fare in a higher-interest-rate environment.
From Seeking Alpha
NGL Energy Partners (NGL +0.5%) says it signed a long-term extension and expansion of an acreage dedication with "a leading, investment grade independent producer customer" in New Mexico's Delaware Basin.NGL says the new agreement raises its acreage dedication by 22K acres, increasing the new total dedicated acres with the customer to 122K acres, and extends the term through 2027.NGL owns and operates the largest integrated network of large diameter produced water pipelines, recycling facilities and disposal wells in the Delaware Basin.NGL Energy Partners recently reported a quarterly loss, hit by COVID-19's impact on energy markets and a bankruptcy involving one of its customers.