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Articles from D4L-News:
Stocks Shelling Out Surefire Dividends
Many dividend-paying stocks sport misleading headline yields or unsustainable payouts — hardly the kind of income stock you want to snatch up for the long haul, or as a way to weather the current political menu of a government shutdown for dinner and the debt ceiling crisis for dessert. With that in mind, we sorted through piles of dividend stocks to find some that do offer sustainable, surefire payouts for loyal shareholders...
This High Dividend Stock Pays Monthly And Has A Solid, Low Risk Business Model
We're returning to the world of high dividend stocks this week, with a very interesting new find. This new stock ties into a mortgage-servicing giant that we covered in one of our recent articles, and is listed in the Financials section of our High Dividend Stocks By Sector Tables. Its compelling business model offers income investors the chance to secure a high dividend yield, with very low interest rate and mortgage default risk...
Finding Value in Dividend Stocks
Not all companies that pay out a dividend are a good choice. It’s important to research the company, its profits, and the many factors that play into its dividend history. Some of the leading experts in dividend investments provide excellent advice for how to choose the best dividend stocks. Warren Buffett, a successful dividend investor, shares this tip. He bases his picks on...
Finding Value Among U.S. Dividend Stocks
I’m on the hunt today for U.S. dividend payers that might also appeal to value investors. When it comes to dividend stocks, I like companies with good dividend growth records because they tend to be healthier than firms that pay steady or – even worse – declining dividends. While dividend growth isn’t a perfect measure of business quality, it’s not bad indicator in most cases. Dividend growth is one thing, but I’m a value investor at heart. That means I like to buy lots of assets, or earnings, at a low price. One good way to find bargains is to...
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