In a world where the S&P 500 is paying a paltry 2.0% dividend yield, savings accounts earn next to nothing and treasury yields are barely beating inflation, millions of investors are turning to high-yield stocks to supplement their income.
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For most investors, that means buying higher-yielding U.S. equities.
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