Updated from 7:05 a.m. EDTWith the extreme volatility the market's been experiencing lately, many investors are looking toward high-yield stocks. With stocks that pay high dividends, at least investors can have some income coming in while waiting for their stocks to appreciate. For additional safety, investors are looking for companies with no debt. Even better? A high-yielding stock with no debt, a low P/E ratio and a low PEG ratio. It might sounds like a tall order, but there are several stocks that meet those criteria that you might want to consider, including United Online ( UNTD) and NutriSystem ( NTRI). To read more, visit Stockpickr.com.
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