Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
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Earn Reliable Income from a Regional Bank Stock? There are a lot of regional banks in the U.S. that pay a decent dividend, but income investors don’t always look at them. Perhaps one of the reasons has to do with.
A High-Yield Stock Worth Watching If you take a look at the latest dividend announcement from Newtek Business Services Corp (NASDAQ:NEWT), you might feel a bit disappointed. On November 11, Newtek’s board of directors of declared a cash dividend of.
A Low-Yield Stock with High Returns The main reason investors like reliable dividend stocks is that, over time, they tend to provide a steady stream of passive income to shareholders. But in the case of FedEx Corporation (NYSE:FDX), the company.
A High-Yield Stock with Reliable Payouts In today’s stock market, earning an eight-percent annual dividend yield should already be satisfying for most income investors. But for investors of Enbridge Inc (NYSE:ENB) stock, even bigger payouts are likely on the way..
Still a Top Pick for Income Investors? I wrote about Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE:FRT) less than a month ago. But due to recent developments in both its stock price and underlying business, it’s worth revisiting the company. In my.
This High-Yield Stock Looks Interesting In financial markets, it’s generally the case that the higher the yield, the higher the risk. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that, since the world economy tanked this year due to the COVID-19.
How an Out-of-Favor Dividend Stock Delivered Oversized Returns “It may take a while for the company to execute its turnaround plan but, at the current valuation and dividend yield, TGT stock could be an opportunity.” That’s what I wrote about .
A High-Yield Finance Stock to Think About With today’s ultra-low interest rates, most income investors would be pretty happy to earn a dividend yield of five percent. After all, a 10-year U.S. government bond yields a measly 0.8%, while the.
This Company Pays Reliable Dividends At first glance, Automatic Data Processing Inc (NASDAQ:ADP) doesn’t look like the typical recession-proof dividend stock. The company’s known for its payroll processing business, so when there’s a serious economic downturn and many workers are.
A Speculative Play with Huge Cash Payouts? As a conservative income investor, I generally prefer blue-chip companies that pay increasing dividends over time. But because we’re in extraordinary times, some companies that risk-averse investors don’t normally consider might now be.