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Multi-Bagger Potential with Huge Dividends – For Under $7!
If it’s a cheap dividend stock, then I’m really paying attention, because it means the market is not only overlooking it, it also has limited downside. This is the strategy I used to make a lot of money in pawnshop stocks over the years. People know what a pawnshop is, but not how it makes money or how to invest in it. I did, and have done very well. I’ve found two candidates that happen to be dividend stocks. Even better, these dividend stocks are all under $7 — that means you can invest on the cheap and downside is limited...
3 Small-Cap Dividend Stocks for Growth and Income
Small-caps tend to be better-known as growth plays, but a number of them also offer hefty dividends as well. The trick is to make sure that the company has strong enough fundamentals to support that high yield — and several of my favorite dividend stocks fit that bill exactly. One small-cap dividend stock that is a great buy at current levels is...
Dividend Stocks That Won't Give You The Jitters
Love it or hate it coffee is here to stay. Whether it's part of your morning ritual or simply an infrequent indulgence, coffee is very much a part of most people's lives. In fact, in the U.S. alone the coffee industry is worth over $30 billion and worldwide it's a staggering $100 billion a year business. Of course, being dividend and income oriented investors we are keen on stocks that can also pay us a quarterly income. That being said let's start our rundown of top coffee dividend stocks. First up is a well-known company that really needs no introduction and is often synonymous with the word 'coffee'...
Funds bought these dividend stocks on the S&P 500
Since fund managers often have access to the best information, this purchasing can stimulate other buyers to follow suit. We screened the S&P 500 for signs of purchasing and found 8 stocks. Do you think managers are right to be bullish one these companies? Use the list below to begin your analysis...
Buy-and-Hold-Forever Dividend Stocks
Now’s the time for income investors to start looking for names with a strong dividend yield. After all, for quality dividend stocks, the payout can be perpetual; this market blip will be over before some investors even realize it’s started. There are a handful of dividend stocks with a particularly attractive dividend yield right now, thanks to the recent lull. In no particular order...
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