I did not have a hard and fast rule for div yield in 2009, but I think they were all over 2% and likely over 2.5% at the time. Many of them were 3% or more but not all. Some like ED, TEG, were/are big div payers. Although TEG has not raised their divy since then, over 5% seems plenty good to me.
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