Enjoy a sound 8.2% yield from Pembina Pipeline

Enjoy a sound 8.2% yield from Pembina Pipeline

A high dividend yield can indicate a dividend cut is possible, but this company’s payout looks safe due to secure cash flow from its long-term contracts.

A recent acquisition should also help diversify its operations, add to its earnings and cut its costs.


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Get a 5.2% yield from Pembina Pipeline Corp.

Get a 5.2% yield from Pembina Pipeline Corp.

New operations contributed to a 7.1% jump in revenue for this company during the most-recent quarter.

While its acquisition strategy has already benefited investors, its future purchases should further expand its reach, revenue and cash flow.

The stock trades at a low 8.0 times the company’s 2019… Read More

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