Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
Jing Pan's Articles
A Double-Digit Yielder You Likely Haven’t Considered It’s no secret that beaten-down stocks can offer some of the highest yields. The only problem is that quite often, stocks are down for a good reason. If a company’s share price tumbles.
High-Yield Monthly Dividend Stock To income investors, few things are better than getting a dividend check in the mail every single month. Therefore, when you come across a monthly dividend stock with a double-digit yield, it’s time to take a.
A Little Motivation With 2018 coming to an end, people have started to make their New Year’s resolutions. Given what happened to the stock market in the past several months, why not add disciplined income investing to the list? Why.
Should Investors Consider This Ultra-High Yielder? In the investment world, markets can be efficient. This means that if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. Still, it’s hard to pass up the opportunity of owning a stock.
A Dividend Growth Stock Most People Have Never Heard Of In a volatile market, it would be awfully nice to have a dividend income stream that keeps on growing. What would be even better, though, is locking in that income.
If You Want to Lock in Dividend Growth, Read This One of the reasons I like dividend growth stocks is that they tend to outperform the market. And as it turns out, Automatic Data Processing (NASDAQ:ADP) just proved the point.
Did You Miss This Oversized Income Opportunity? It’s no secret that income investors have a special fondness for real estate stocks. Often structured as real estate investment trusts (REITs), these companies pass the rental income they earn from their real.
Dividend Dates: When Do Dividend Investors Get Paid? Here at Income Investors, we are constantly on the lookout for safe and rising dividend plays. But if you are just getting started with dividend investing, you might find it confusing as.
The Most Overlooked Income Opportunity in Today’s Market? Among the rules of life, one is carved in stone: When you make money, part of it goes to taxes. Now there’s a way for income investors to make it even—by being.
Out-of-Favor Stock Offers a Big Payout If you want to earn a double-digit yield in this day and age, you might have to dig into the beaten-down tickers in the market. Because dividend yield moves inversely to a company’s share.