Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
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A Not-So-Perfect Double-Digit Yielder If you were to ask whether the dividend was safe at New York Mortgage Trust, Inc. (NASDAQ:NYMT) last year, the answer would be “no.” The reason is simple. Last year, the company declared total dividends of.
WMT Stock Delivering Big Returns “Investors wishing to pick up a solid dividend stock for a good price should take a serious look at Walmart Inc.” That’s what I told readers of Income Investors back in June 2018. At that.
A High-Yield Stock to Think About When it comes to stocks yielding eight percent or more, few look as solid as this one. I’m talking about Energy Transfer LP (NYSE:ET), a master limited partnership (MLP) headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Energy.
A Top Pick for Monthly Dividend Investors In today’s market, most dividend stocks follow a quarterly distribution schedule—that is, they pay their shareholders four times a year. So if you just received a dividend check from one of these companies,.
This High-Yield Stock Looks Special In the world of double-digit-yielding stocks, few look as solid as this one. I’m talking about Sunoco LP (NYSE:SUN), a master limited partnership (MLP) headquartered in Dallas, Texas. To consumers, the name Sunoco represents a.
What to Expect from Nike Inc Earnings The first-quarter earnings season has come to an end and the second-quarter earnings season is yet to start. Still, that doesn’t mean there are no financial reports to look forward to. The reason.
Why I Like This Dividend Stock Today’s chart highlights one of my favorite dividend stocks in the entire stock market: Automatic Data Processing (NASDAQ:ADP). ADP is a human capital management company headquartered in Roseland, New Jersey. If you look up.
This Beaten-Down Stock Provides an Oversized Yield In a bloated stock market, the highest-yielding names tend to be down-and-out tickers. This shouldn’t come as a surprise. A company’s dividend yield is calculated by dividing its annualized payout by its share.
This Dividend Stock is Special In the world of dividend stocks, few companies have served income investors better than the “Dividend Kings.” By definition, a Dividend King is a company that has raised its dividend every year for at least.
Want to Earn a Double-Digit Yield? Read This In this day and age, what could possibly be better than a stock offering a jaw-dropping dividend yield of 12.7%? Well, how about a 12.7% yielder that’s still raising its payout? Sound.