Brian Pacampara, CFA
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Today’s chart highlights one of the biggest things I look for in a top dividend stock: room for growth. Now, I know what you are asking: “Aren’t consistency and stability far more important than growth when it comes to income.
Today’s chart highlights one of the most attractive situations you can find: a high dividend yield that comes as a result of a drop in price. As regular readers know, I scour the market for these situations all the time..
Today’s commentary highlights one of the most important things I look for in a high dividend yield play: a simple business model. A critical rule in investing is to only purchase companies that you fully understand. But it is even.
I always get interested when a high dividend yield stock drops in price. Why? Well, because it might mean that a juicy income opportunity has just become a little juicier. Midstream energy company Genesis Energy, L.P. (NYSE:GEL), for example, typically.
A high dividend yield is often the first thing that income investors look for in a stock. The second thing would probably be consistent dividend increases. Thus, an ideal income opportunity would be a stock that provides a high current.
Whitestone REIT Has a High Dividend Yield Far too often, income investors become attracted to a stock simply because it has a high dividend yield. But, as I always like to tell our readers, a high dividend yield is only.
Generally speaking, a high dividend yield often comes about after a particular stock has fallen in price. Every now and then, however, a company displays strong stock price momentum and a juicy dividend yield. These situations are especially interesting, because.
This Dividend Yield Stock Is Something to See Regular readers know that I’m always on the hunt for companies with a high dividend yield, consistent payout history, and a sluggish stock price, which makes the income opportunity all the more.
Few things are more attractive to income investors than a high dividend yield. But of course, increased yields usually come with increased risks, so we need to ensure that the fundamentals supporting a company’s dividend are as solid as possible..
I’m always on the prowl for quality stocks showing price weakness, particularly if the slump results in a juicy dividend yield. Propane distributor AmeriGas Partners, L.P. (NYSE:APU), for instance, has been sliding in recent weeks on concerns over rising interest.