Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
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This High-Yield Stock Looks Interesting To income investors, few things look more attractive than a double-digit yielder. The average dividend yield of companies in the S&P 500 index is a measly 1.85% at the moment. So if an investor can.
Disney Stock Delivering Big Returns Thirty-three percent. That’s how much Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) stock has gone up since the beginning of this year. For a giant company commanding over $250.0 billion of market capitalization, that was quite a rally..
Microsoft Stock Delivering Huge Returns If you’ve been following financial news lately, you’ll likely have come across Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock in the headlines. MSFT stock has been trending up for nearly a decade, and thanks to the latest earnings.
This Is a Top Dividend Stock to Consider Despite being a century-old business, Kimberly Clark Corp (NYSE:KMB) remains an investor favorite. Year-to-date, the stock is up more than 20%. And based on the latest news from the company, KMB stock.
Time to Check Out This Ultra-High Yielder As a conservative income investor, I don’t usually feel the need to watch a particular stock in earnings season. If a company has the ability to consistently raise its dividend—which is what I.
Looking to Earn Oversized Yields? Read This If I tell you there’s a stock that offers a safe and growing yield of 9.1%, would you be interested? Of course you would. In a market where most companies can’t even pay.
Verizon Stock Returning Cash to Investors Compared to the solid gains in the overall market in recent months, things look rather uneventful at Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) stock. So far into 2019, Verizon stock is up just 1.2%. To put.
This Overlooked Stock Pays Oversized Dividends If sheer dividend yield is what you are looking for, then few companies can do a better job than FS KKR Capital Corp (NYSE:FSK). Never heard of this company? You are not alone. FS.
The Best Dividend Play in Tech? Frankly, tech is not known as the best sector for risk-averse income investors. Volatility is the norm and double-digit swings in share prices are not uncommon. Even a company as solid as Intel Corporation.
These Dividend Stocks Look Interesting For the most part, I don’t consider myself a contrarian investor. By definition, a contrarian investor purposefully goes against the prevailing market trends. And if the trend does not reverse, the investor might need to.