7/11/2011

10 Stocks With Yields Approaching Post Recession Highs

When the financial crisis drove the stock market off a cliff, it also pushed dividend yields to incredible heights. Investors with the guts to buy solid dividend-paying stocks during the panic were able to lock in lucrative yields, while those who remained cautious missed out. Luckily, there are still opportunities out there.

Below are ten stocks with yields reaching for new post-recession highs thanks to dividend hikes, lagging share prices, or in some cases, both. Some even provide fatter yields now than they did during the height of the crisis. (Each dividend yield chart goes back to March 2009, when the market hit its generational low.

Here are the 10 stocks with yields:

Comerica Incorporated (CMA)
1.18% dividend yield

Flagstone Reinsurance Holdings (FSR)
1.93% dividend yield

Lender Processing Services (LPS)
1.98% dividend yield

Corporate Office Properties Trust (OFC)
5.22% dividend yield

PartnerRe Ltd. (PRE)
3.48% dividend yield

Regal Entertainment Group (RGC)
7.16% dividend yield

Molson Coors Brewing Company (TAP)
2.88% dividend yield

Target Corporation (TGT)
2.35% dividend yield

VSE Corporation (VSEC)
1.17% dividend yield

Wal-Mart Stores (WMT)
2.70% dividend yield

Related Stock Ticker:
WMT, VSEC, TGT, TAP, RGC, PRE, OFC, LPS, FSR, CMA,

Source: dynamicdividend.com

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