BMR Publishes 65-Page High-Yield Stock Report

Dec 03, 2010, 09:48 ET from Indie Research Advisors, LLC

PRINCETON, N.J., Dec. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Bull Market Report (, an online investment newsletter focused on long-term growth and income-generating stocks, announced today that it has published a special report on high-yield stocks featuring over 60 stocks, including its top 10 picks. Among the many stocks featured in the report are Boardwalk Partners (NYSE: BWP), Annaly Capital Management (NYSE: NLY), Provident Energy (NYSE: PVX), Penn Virginia Resource (NYSE: PVR), and Niska Gas Storage (NYSE: NKA), among many others.

As a subscriber, you'll also gain access to our Recommended List of stocks, which was up 40% in 2009 and also outperformed the S&P by 15% in 2008. Through the end of November 2010, the Recommended List was once again beating the S&P, up 15.4% year to date.

All trial subscribers will also receive our recently published special report "10 High-Yield Stocks for '11" for free. This 65-page report gives an in-depth examination of ten high-yielding stock picks, while also examining approximately 50 other high-yield stocks. The report digs into each pick's dividend history, business activities, strengths, weaknesses, latest earnings report, and much more.

2009's picks had an outstanding 1-year average total return of over 75%, with winners like Seaspan (up 123%), Baytex (up 114%), Regal Entertainment (up 92%), and HCP (up 89%). Meanwhile, last year's picks had a 1-year average total return of 43%, with winners like TICC (up 96%), StoneMor (up 73%), B&G Foods (up 53%), and Enterprise Products Partners (up 52%).

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-- With several pipeline anomalies now behind the firm and distributable cash flow accelerating, does Boardwalk look like it could outperform its peers moving forward?

-- Is Annaly still one of the top mortgage REITs for investors to consider or are there better options in the space?

-- Is Provident one the better Canadian trusts to own, or would BMR recommend looking at other ones? Does BMR think Provident's decision to divest its upstream business was a good move?

-- After a solid run, should investors still look to accumulate shares of Penn Virginia?

-- Why does BMR think many investors misunderstand Niska's business? Has this presented a buying opportunity in the stock?


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