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3 Stocks to Buy With Dividends Yielding More Than 4%

3 Stocks to Buy With Dividends Yielding More Than 4%

3 Stocks to Buy With Dividends Yielding More Than 4%

Dividend investors love stocks with high yields, but they should take care never to sacrifice quality for income. If the underlying business can’t support its dividend in the long term, then investing your money in it could be a huge mistake. It’s best to … Continue reading at

When It Comes To High-Dividend Stocks: Caveat Emptor

As low interest rates continue to underwhelm investors, high-dividend-yield stocks seem to be just the ticket. But before pulling the trade trigger, you might want to listen to the voice in your head whispering "there's no free lunch." While high … Continue reading at

Index Investing Versus Dividend Investing

Dividend investing advocates will tell you dividend investing is the best way to invest. Index investing advocates will tell you index investing is the best way to invest. Both have compelling arguments. I am in a unique situation. I run a dividend … Continue reading at

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4 Growth Dividend Stocks While Markets Choose Direction

Stocks generally offer either modest/low growth but pay good dividends or high growth but against little or no dividends. It's sort of a double treat to find stocks that offer good growth and do not compromise on dividends. Market speculation is driven … Continue reading at

9 Attractively Valued Dividend Stocks To Consider

The stock market is at an all-time high, climbing a wall of worry involving Brexit, stagnating earnings, ZIRP. It is increasingly challenging for dividend growth investors to find attractively valued companies. I present 9 dividend champions that I believe … Continue reading at

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Dividend Growth Is Slowing Down

Investors who favor dividend-paying stocks have been getting some bad news recently: dividend growth is slowing down. And that could force some investors to change their plans. “If dividend growth is lower than expected, this will impact millions of … Continue reading at

Are Stocks the New Bonds? Why Investors Are Buying Now

You couldn’t count on stocks to pay you a return like that. The dividends stocks paid were usually smaller, and you also ran the risk of losing some of your investment if the stock price declined. Now that stocks, broadly speaking, actually pay more than … Continue reading at

Monday to see fifteen stocks go ex-dividend

Fifteen companies will turn ex-dividend on Monday. These include Dr Reddy's Laboratories which will pay (INR20 a share), Alstom India (INR1.80), Agro Tech Foods (INR2) Century Textiles (INR5.5), Shriram Transport Finance (INR6), V-Guard Industries (INR2 … Continue reading at

9 Attractive Dividend Stocks to Consider (AFL, GWW, TROW, TGT)

As we all know, the stock market is at an all time high. That is despite the fact that earnings for the US corporations have been flat for a few quarters. Of course, it is doubtful that those earnings as whole will not be higher a decade or two from now. Continue reading at

Jupiter UK Growth Investment Trust PLC (JUKG) to Issue GBX 1.60 Dividend

Jupiter UK Growth Investment Trust PLC (LON:JUKG) declared a dividend on Friday, July 15th. Stockholders of record on Thursday, August 25th will be given a dividend of GBX 1.60 ($ 0.02) per share on Thursday, September 15th. This represents a dividend yield … Continue reading at

* As stocks plunged Monday, Jim Cramer offered investors some advice from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, and said that even though he believes the U.S. stock market could see another down day tomorrow, today there is an opportunity for selective buying. Jim said for the Action Alerts PLUS portfolio that he manages, he is putting cash to work today, after doing some selling last week. Jim also said in he is putting some money to work in his own 401K, but he will not be aggressive, because he sees more downside in the market. Jim said if you bought stocks on margin, or are in oil funds, you have no choice but to sell. Jim said if you are 100% invested, any lift today is a good opportunity to sell 5% of what you have and take a profit. Jim noted that at Friday’s close, more than 400 of the S&P 500 stocks were still up compared to where they were trading two years ago, so investors probably still are able to take profits in some holdings. Jim said by taking profits, you might be able to switch some holdings and buy other investments. He said to look for dividend-yielding funds, noting that Wisdom Tree, Fidelity and Vanguard all have such funds. Jim said investors will do better in dividend-yielding stocks than Treasuries, as long as they are not dividend-yielding oil stocks.

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    • Simplerway
    • July 15, 2016

    Cramer is a fraud, a market manipulator.

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    • Rufus Burne
    • July 15, 2016

    BP – BUY!!!! best stock investment of the decade!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • sidharth chand
    • July 15, 2016

    This guy sounds retarted

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