With two-year U.S. Treasury bonds offering a meaningless yield of 0.35%, it's no wonder that investors are clamoring for attractive dividends to help keep their income streams flowing.
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And then, like clockwork, the broadly increasing dividend yields from gold and silver miners that I had urged investors to watch for began to take shape in earnest. Even with its relatively elevated cost structure, major producer Gold Fields now yields more than 3%! By linking their payouts to the prevailing price of their primary products, Newmont Mining
Although Eldorado's innovative dividend policy shines, the dividends that will soon be available from Gold Resource
So while you may think that Annaly Capital offers a stunning dividend with its current 14% yield, I think we can all agree that the forthcoming dividends from Gold Resource are simply the prettiest in the world. Have a look for yourself! The following images show either side of the gold and silver bullion coins that will be available through this new program.
If you know of a prettier dividend out there, I'm all ears.
- Add Gold Resource to My Watchlist
- Add Eldorado Gold to My Watchlist
- Add Hecla Mining to My Watchlist
- Add Newmont Mining to My Watchlist
- Add Annaly Capital Management to My Watchlist
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