Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
Jing Pan's Articles
Little-Known Stock Pays Big Dividends It’s no secret that income investors like companies that raise their dividends. Therefore, it’s also natural for income investors to stay away from companies that cut their payout. Think about it, if management has reduced.
PG Stock Deserves Income Investors’ Attention With interest rates subdued for the most part of the last decade, dividend growth stocks have been an income investor favorite. Among them, the most sought-after ones are the S&P 500 “Dividend Aristocrats.” These.
Sustainable Dividends in the Double-Digits? It’s no secret that most ultra-high yielders in today’s market are not the safest bets. Think about it: if a company offered a payout much higher than its peers and the dividend is safe, investors.
A High-Yield Stock Most People Have Never Heard Of In today’s market, it’s not easy to find companies that provide dividend yields north of 10%. What’s even harder is finding double-digit yielders that also offer a discount in their stock.
This Company Pays Generous Dividends This just might be the most interesting high-yield stock in today’s market. The dividends are not carved in stone, but those that held on to the company’s shares for the past year would have earned.
A Long-Term Income Play Different investors often have different investment objectives. If your goal is to get rich overnight, then betting on the hottest tech stocks might do the trick, although there’s also a chance of losing a lot of.
1 Unique Investment Opportunity to Think About It’s no secret that venture capitalists can make big money. But it’s also no secret that they have to take a lot of risks by investing in smaller companies. Besides, being a backer.
A High-Yield Stock to Think About In a market where most companies pay less than four percent in dividends, an 8.3% yield certainly grabs income investors’ attention. I’m looking at EQT Midstream Partners LP (NYSE:EQM), a master limited partnership (MLP).
Little-Known Company Pays Huge Dividends As an income investor, I like large companies with established market positions due to their ability to pay stable dividends. However, that doesn’t mean we should ignore small companies altogether. Case in point: Sachem Capital.
A Dividend-Growth Stock You Likely Haven’t Thought Of Income investors love established companies with large market capitalizations. This is because, in order to become a large-cap stock, a company usually has to build a strong presence in its operating market..