These ultra-high-yield stocks aren’t sustainable.
News & Analysis: BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust
Disappointing dividends and some future business concerns held these stocks back.
Investors who saw the previous quarter's dividends were probably wondering why this past quarter's payout was so paltry.
Despite yields of 15%, 18%, and 11%, respectively, these dividend stocks are an income investor's nightmare.
Don't let high yields lull you into complacency.
This unique oil investment had a good month, but that's not surprising if you understand exactly what it does.
With its payout intricately tied to oil prices, a decline in Brent and West Texas Intermediate crude oil dragged down shares of the trust.
Some stocks missed out on the day's minor rally.
High-yield dividend stocks require extra scrutiny from investors.
Find out which of these stocks got an earnings-related bounce.