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These Energy Stocks Now Yield Up To 20%
Dividend investors crave predictability. Once they lock onto payment streams, they don't want to hear about any interruptions. And if a company dares to withhold a quarterly dividend payout, then many investors simply head to the exits. I discussed this phenomenon recently with regard to Carl Icahn and his big stake in CVR Refining (NYSE: CVRR). As I noted earlier this month, CVR had a big hiccup with its third-quarter dividend, but it appears positioned to pay out $3 or $4 per unit in dividends next year. Shares trading around $22 don't begin to reflect that potential income. A bullish vote of confidence from this group...
Dividend Stocks: Equities With a Change Jar
What Kind of Dividend Stocks are Best (AKA the Safest)? The S&P 500 is comprised of 500 of the biggest companies by market cap on the American stock exchanges. Of those 500 companies, 416 pay a dividend. And of those 416, 11 companies pay out a dividend to stockholders of 5 percent or higher, and four pay 6 percent or higher...
Stocks I Like- But I Am Not Buying
I accumulate funds for investing by raising cash through various means and adding it to my quarterly dividends. I then take those funds and add shares to one of my current holdings, or start a new position. I do this, roughly, on a quarterly basis. However, I am currently sitting on some cash, but find all the stocks I am interested in expensive. Thus, I have chosen to wait until I see a better opportunity. Below, I will share the four stocks I am most interested in and why I am waiting to purchase them...
Future Trends Favor Dividend Investing
In a recent article, the headline queried, "Is Dividend Investing Doomed?" The conclusion was, "not the death of dividends" approaching, but rather, "that we could be witnessing the end of low-risk dividend investing." Nothing is further from what the history of dividend-paying stocks has been and nothing is further from what the future should bring from high yield, low-risk dividend-paying stocks such as...
Be Thankful for These 3 Dividend Stocks
First, look for companies that have strong competitive advantages, or economic moats. These solid firms will be able to keep compounding their earnings for years to come and often produce more predictable cash flows throughout the economic cycle. Second, look for a reasonable dividend-payout ratio and for signs that the dividend could grow. If returns are going to be limited by current valuations, getting more of your total return from dividends is a strategy that makes sense. Finally, pay attention to valuation to make sure you are paying a fair price. We identified a few stocks that meet the above criteria using the Morningstar Premium Stock Screener...
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