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Articles you might find interesting:
- Dividend Investors Should Ignore Market Fluctuations
- Top 5 Things You Can Do When The Market Overheats
- Retail Investor Cash Hits Low Along With Fear
- McDonald’s Dividend Stock Analysis
- Market inflated artificially by FED and how to defend your portfolio
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- Tech Stocks With A History of Growing Their Dividends
- The Bitter Reality To Getting Ahead Financially
- Position Increase for McDonalds and China Mobile
- Three Reasons I Enjoy Watching Stocks I Own Decline In Price
- Analysis of Aflac
- Should You Buy Digital Realty Trust?
Articles from D4L-News:
Tech Stocks With A History of Growing Their Dividends
Profitable Investing’s Richard Band provided guidance on drawing up such a plan by choosing three dividend stocks based on when they make their payouts so you can schedule something of a monthly income plan. It’s a great idea, but something to note is that while most dividend stocks you’ll come across pay out on a quarterly basis, not all of them do. And that’s why it’s always important not just to check a dividend stock for yield, but the frequency of payouts within a given year. The following three stocks are great additions to a dividend portfolio...
Big High-Yields with the Lowest Dividend Payouts on the Market
oday I would like to screen all higher yielding stocks with a dividend yield over 5 percent and a market capitalization above the $2 billion mark by its payout ratios. I’m hunting for opportunities that pay less than 50 percent of its earnings. I believe that there should be more room for a small dividend hike if earnings are not cyclic and grow over the time. Fifteen high yielding stocks fulfilled these criteria of which eleven are currently recommended to buy. Here are the biggest stocks...
These High Dividend Stocks Can Withstand Rising Rates
If this year’s hit to dividend-paying sectors taught us anything, it’s that rising Treasury yields can be dangerous for income-producing stocks. That leaves investors in a bind. Do you by high-dividend payers and hope for the best or give up on income completely? Well, Morgan Stanley yesterday released a report that looks for stocks with a dividend yield of at least 3% but who’s fundamentals should allow it to hold up just fine, even if rates rise. And they came up with a list of 20, including...
Billionaire Ken Fisher's Highest-Paying Dividend Stocks
Ken Fisher manages Fisher Asset Management, a multibillion-dollar fund. Savvy investors like Fisher know that dividends are a great way to obtain healthy doses of income, which are critically important and tough to find in today's low-interest-rate environment. Here are a few of his favorite dividend-paying stocks, each shelling out a 3%-plus yield...
Boring Stocks With Exciting Dividends
Names like Tesla (TSLA), Netflix (NFLX) and Amazon (AMZN) might get a lot of attention on Wall Street, but not all stocks can be head-turners. In fact, sometimes the best stocks to buy are actually obscure, irrelevant and even downright boring. Boring can often be just what a portfolio needs … if the dividends are big enough and reliable enough. Here are five stocks boasting some of the market’s best dividends — all with with yields much stronger than the (mostly) risk-free 10-year Treasury yield of 2.5%...
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