Using Market Sentiment To Grab A Yield-Hunting Edge

Stereotypically, the typical equity-income investor is seen as a stodgy sort, someone who frets if a dividend payout ratio rises above, say 40% or if debt winds up accounting for more than half of a company’s capital.
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