Jing Pan, B.Sc, MA
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Will Disney Stock Be a Winner in 2018? In recent years, Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) stock has been on somewhat of a roller coaster ride. It surged to over $120.00 per share in 2015, only to find itself plunging to.
Why Income Investors Should Consider This Decades-Old Retailer “WMT stock may not be a hot ticker right now, but its rock-solid business still makes it a top pick for 2017, and beyond.” That’s what I told readers of Income Investors.
Value Stock with a Double-Digit Payout For income investors, few things are better than a high-yield value stock. With a high dividend yield, the stock can provide a generous income stream. And being undervalued means investors might be able to.
If You Are Looking for a Safe Double-Digit Yielder, Read This In the current stock market, a double-digit yield often turns out to be a sign of trouble. And that’s why today’s top dividend stock is special. The company not.
Top Retirement Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered Retirement investors don’t like risk. Unfortunately, in today’s market, high-yield stocks are not known to be the safest bets. It’s not uncommon for an investor to put their savings into a 15% yielder.
High-Yield Stock with Huge Dividend Growth Potential Today’s chart highlights a real estate investment trust (REIT) most people have never heard of: Sotherly Hotels Inc. (NASDAQ:SOHO). As the name suggests, Sotherly is a REIT focused on the hotel business. Headquartered.
Top Dividend Stock for Income Investors One of the best places to find reliable dividend stocks is the Canadian banking sector. Bank of Montreal (NYSE:BMO), for instance, has been paying uninterrupted dividends for 188 years, making it the longest dividend-paying.
Consider This Restaurant Stock for Growing Dividends Today’s chart highlights a top dividend growth stock most investors haven’t really considered, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. (NASDAQ:CBRL). Headquartered in Lebanon, Tennessee, Cracker Barrel is a southern country-themed restaurant chain that.
1 High-Yield Stock to Consider No matter how talented a Wall Street analyst is, chances are they still don’t know about a company as well as that company’s own management. Being in the business every single day is what makes.
Collect a Growing Dividend Yield of 9.3% In today’s market, the blunt reality is that high yield stocks don’t offer much in terms of growth potential. This means investors have to choose whether they want a high current payout, or.