British American Tobacco p.l.c. (BTI)
BTI Price and Sentiment
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The red hot market continues, with stocks rising for eight straight days, and five straight weeks (this could be the sixth). The S&P 500 is now 30% overvalued.
Investors need not worry about these stocks, yielding from just over 3% to nearly 9%, being yield traps.
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The stock made a 2021 low yesterday on no news. The company is growing profits and income.
The lowest interest rates in history have caused the standard 60/40 retirement portfolio to yield just 1.7% and future inflation-adjusted returns of just 1% to 5% annually are expected. Thankfully, a diversified and prudently risk-managed portfolio consisting of AMZN, FB, BTI, MMP, a 60/40 portfolio, and 2% allocation to cryptocurrencies, can potentially deliver 5X the retirement income.
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The market is back to record highs, after a very mild 5.2% pullback that hid a rolling bear market that crushed many high-flying tech stocks by over 50%.
Investors seeking big payouts should consider these seven high-yield stocks from various sectors. They range from pharmaceuticals to REITs.
BTI is a good dividend stock, combining an 8.3% Dividend Yield, modest payout ratios, broadly stable earnings and a likely upwards re-rating. Payout ratios have been around 65% based on EPS and 70% based on cashflows, and EBIT growth has been mid-single-digits or above.