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6 High Yield American Stocks for Monthly Dividend Income

Looking at 6 dividend stocks that yield above 9% annually and they pay that dividend monthly. This creates a perfect opportunity to build wealth and collect monthly income in retirement. This is why I love being a dividend investor. Investing like Warren Buffett so that I can retire rich and early!

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I generate monthly income in two ways. Averaging more than an annual 7% return by collecting dividends on high yield dividend stocks that I hold. The second income stream comes from the selling of option premium and taking advantage of theta decay. This neutral strategy allows me to make money in both bull and bear markets and limits my risk. Both of these strategies are suitable for passive income and create a stable predictable safe passive income.

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