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The “Smart CEF Money” is Buying These 8%+ Yields

Closed-end fund (CEF) investors regularly go crazy. Their bouts with investment insanity often present us contrarian income hunters with 8%+ yields. And big price upside to boot. But be careful, because these first-level types can be as greedy as they are fearful. It’s important to fade both of their emotional extremes for dividend security and price gains. Today the mood amongst CEF investors is generally upbeat. Which means there are more “sells” than usual in a sector that should generally be greeted with a bit of skepticism (more on this in a... -The Contrary Investing Report

Caterpillar, McDonalds Shares Surge After Smashing Estimates

Dow component Caterpillar and McDonalds are both spiking in the premarket after smashing expectations, in both cases reporting numbers above the highest Wall Street estimate. Confirming the rebound in global sales, its first up month since 2012, Caterpillar reported 1Q adjusted EPS $1.28, more than double the consensus estimate of 62c, on revenue of $9.82b, higher than the estimate of $9.27 billion, and above the highest Wall Street forecast of $9.59BN.  That said, on a GAAP basis, EPS fell to $0.32 from $0.46 a year earlier. Despite the strong... -Zero Hedge

Target2 & Secret Bailouts: Will Germany Be Forced Into Fiscal Union With Rest Of Eurozone?

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, Project Syndicate writer, Hans-Werner Sinn, explains why the ECB’s asset purchases and Target2 imbalances constitute “Europe’s Secret Bailout”. Under the ECB’s QE program, which started in March 2015, eurozone members’ central banks buy private market securities for €1.74 trillion ($1.84 trillion), with more than €1.4 trillion to be used to purchase their own countries’ government debt.   The QE program seems to be symmetrical because each central bank repurchases its own government debt in proportion to... -Zero Hedge

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