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2 Dividend Growth Stocks of the Future
A list of dividend aristocrats (dividend stocks that have increased dividends for 25 years or more) gives you a look at history's best dividend stocks. You'll find conventional widow-and-orphan stocks in this list -- Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, and Johnson & Johnson. What about the dividend stocks of the future? If I had to make a wager, I'd place my bet on...
5 Dividend Stocks With Fresh Billion Share Buyback Programs
Dividend growth is a fantastic value driver for your private wealth. But there are more possibilities to create directly shareholder values. Beside dividends, there is a way to give money back via share repurchase programs. Recently, I wrote an article about stocks with the most recent billion share buyback programs on the market. Today I would like to expand the list by adding stocks that have announced to spend billions by buying back own shares...
HCP a Top Ranked REIT Dividend Stock
HCP (HCP), a real estate investment trust (REIT) company serving the healthcare industry, has been named to the Dividend Channel ”S.A.F.E. 25” list, signifying a stock with above-average ”DividendRank” statistics including a strong 5.4% yield, as well as a superb track record of at least two decades of dividend growth, according to the most recent ”DividendRank” report. HCP made the “Dividend Channel S.A.F.E. 25″ list because of these qualities...
5 Beat-Up, Solid Dividend Growth Stocks
The following five publicly-traded corporations are highly likely to be inflation-beating dividend growth achievers over the long term and are down an average of 8% on the year. These companies also have an average forward earnings yield of 7.6%, which is nearly a percentage point higher than the S&P 500, which looks to earn 6.7% on the year...
Should These 2 Stocks Be Raising Their Dividends?
When dividend increases are a smart move: I've often said that I wish investors would stop viewing all dividend increases as a "good idea." Since I've pointed out the opposite end of the spectrum, let's discuss which factors make dividend growth healthy...
3 Rock-Solid Dividend Stocks to Buy Today
With interest rates at rock-bottom levels, investors everywhere are searching for investments with stable dividends. Many traditional dividend-paying stocks, such as utilities and REITs, have been bid up and now no longer offer significant yields anymore. If that in mind, we asked three of our top financial contributors to scour the investment-universe to find three stocks with sporting big dividends. As far as rock-solid, high-yielding stocks go, it's tough to beat...
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