Brian Pacampara, CFA
Brian Pacampara's Articles
When seeking out a top dividend stock, I tend to take a very long-term approach. So I don’t put too much weight on daily price movements, constant analyst rating changes, or even quarterly earnings reports. Quite frankly, it’s this short-term.
People often ask me what I emphasize more when searching for a high dividend yield stock, growth or value? In other words, would I rather invest in a company that is growing, or one whose stock is cheap? But as.
Today’s article highlights one of my favorite places to find high dividend yield stocks: the 52-week lows list. Why? Well, for the very same reason that many shoppers head straight to the discount rack at any department store: to find.
Today’s article explains one the key things I look for in high dividend yield plays: positive momentum. Now, I know what you are asking: “Aren’t you a die-hard value investor? Since when did you start following chart patterns?” Well, rest.
Today’s article touches on one of the big things I look for in a top dividend stock: recurring revenue. As regular readers know, I’m dedicated to finding stocks that distribute stable, steady, and growing dividends. And there’s no easier way.
Today’s chart highlights one of the most common traits of a top dividend stock: a slumping stock price. See, many analysts would have you believe that a stock is worth buying only if it has positive momentum working in its.
Today’s commentary highlights one of the biggest things I look for in a high dividend yield stock: a stable industry. As I always like to remind readers, a stock with a high dividend yield typically has a bunch of risks.
If you’re not willing to go against the crowd, high-dividend-yield stocks might not be for you. Why? It’s simple: a stock that boasts a high dividend yield generally does so because it has fallen in price. The reason for the.
Today’s article highlights an intriguing space to look for a top dividend stock: the infrastructure sector. Why? Well, let’s just say that U.S. infrastructure isn’t exactly in great condition. In fact, the American Society of Civil Engineers recently gave the.
High-dividend-yield stocks that provide safety are difficult to find. Of course, there’s a simple reason for this: stocks that have high dividend yields generally do so because their safety is in question. In other words, there’s usually “no free lunch”.