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Dividend Stocks for the Next 100 Years
Solid, consistent dividends, on the other hand, force management to operate with discipline, because they know a portion of their income is going to be paid out each year. In the long term, dividends often result in market-beating returns for patient investors. If you want a dividend portfolio that won't require so much as a look for decades, or even a century, you've come to the right place. Below I have five dividend stocks that have a long history of paying dividends, and I think they'll continue to do so for another 100 years or more...
Dividend Stocks: A key building block for a retirement portfolio
One asset that cuts across most investment portfolios and should be used as a building block is dividends-paying stocks. How do dividends help? There has been a lot of research done on the impact of dividend investing versus non-dividend investing. I have quoted this previously and am doing it again because of its relevance to the topic at hand. According to a report from Lebel Harriman: “Dividend income has represented roughly onethird of the monthly total return on the Standard and Poor’s 500 since 1926. According to S&P, the portion of total return attributable to dividends has ranged from a high of...
Basic Material Stocks with Potential to Boost Future Dividends
If you are a long-term investor, you should definitely find some good stocks with a cheap valuation. But be careful, raw materials are also more cyclic than consumer or health care companies. Today I would like to continue my monthly screen about dividend stocks with low debt ratios and little dividend payments. I observe stocks from the basic material sector with a dividend payout ratio of less than 20 percent of earnings as well as a debt to equity ratio under 0.2. Here are my favorite stocks...
Several Foreign Multinationals Provide Large, Safe Yields
Thus, investors looking for yield might be better off looking out across the shores to overseas investments. In addition to the fact that Europe and other developed markets are home to extremely stable companies, by investing in foreign multinationals, you can gain the added advantage of exposure to growth markets in places such as Asia and even Africa. Here are four companies that look enticing right now...
Lesser-Known Stocks With Dramatic Dividend Increases
Dividend growth is one of the most powerful but often-overlooked elements of a great portfolio. Sure, having stocks that go up is important, and having income from investments with decent dividend yields is also key … but if you can buy a stock that steadily grows its dividend over time, your returns snowball in a hurry. There are stocks out there that could be on the cusp of big dividend growth over the next decade based on huge increases to payouts recently — it’s just that you don’t hear about them because they aren’t household names. Those picks are...
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