Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
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Collect Oversized Dividends From Large-Cap Stocks Let’s be honest here. While everyone wants to capitalize on the growth potential of small-cap stocks, if risk-averse income investors were presented with a choice between companies of different sizes, most of them will.
Home Depot Stock Set to Return More Cash to Investors In a soaring stock market, a few percents of dividends may not seem like much. But if you own shares of solid dividend growers like Home Depot Inc (NYSE:HD), continuous.
A Top Dividend Stock From an Unlikely Industry Income investors are not a fan of uncertainty, which is part of the reason why they don’t look at biotech stocks that often. For some biotech companies, their stocks’ appeal depends critically.
If You Want to Earn “Bonus Checks” From Stocks in 2019, Read This What could be better than a safe dividend yield of 9.4%? The answer: a safe 9.4% yielder that grows its payout. Is there anything that could be.
If You Want to Earn Bulletproof Dividends, Read This Last week, I introduced readers to a concept called “bulletproof dividend stocks.” They are not the hottest tickers in the stock market. But if you own them long enough, you can.
A Top Pick for Dividend Growth Investors One of the reasons why we like dividend growth stocks is that by owning them, we can earn a higher yield on cost as time goes by. For instance, a stock may have.
Should Investors Consider This High-Yield Stock? This has got to be the most interesting high-yield opportunity to watch this earnings season. The company was already one of the most generous dividend payers in the stock market, and it was already.
Time to Get a “Pay Raise” I like companies that give investors regular “pay raises.” You risk your hard-earned money in the volatile stock market. Shouldn’t the company you invest in give you something in return? Indeed, in the case.
BEP Stock Is a High-Yield Stock That’s Actually Safe The renewable energy business can be very lucrative, but it’s not always the best fit for an income portfolio. The reason is simple: building wind and solar farms is a costly.
Collect Oversized Dividends From Tech? If you’ve been following the markets, you’d have noticed the massive sell-off in U.S. equities a few months ago. During that downturn, technology stocks were hit particularly hard. In just the month of October, the.