Conglomerates are companies that have diversified interests in many different sectors. They are almost always structured as corporations and tend to offer average dividend yields. The number of traditional conglomerates has declined in recent decades, as the break-up potential often outweighs the “one giant company that does everything” model.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|LUK||Leucadia National Corp.||1.70%||$23.47||$0.40||28.3||21.61|
|MGT||MGT Capital Investments Inc.||0.00%||$2.36||$0.00||5.58||0.15|
|NMFC||New Mountain Finance Corp.||9.82%||$13.85||$1.36||14.85||12.05|
|PBSK||Poage Bankshares Inc||1.25%||$19.20||$0.24||21.0||17.2|
|SPLP||Steel Partners Holdings L.P. |
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