Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
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This Company is Set to Return More Cash to Investors Today’s chart highlights one of my favorite types of businesses, “virtual monopolies.” In Economics 101, we learned that under perfect competition, firms cannot earn oversized profits in the long term..
This Stock Offers a Big Payout In this day and age, most analysts would consider a four-percent dividend as “high-yield.” Just do a Google search of “high-yield stocks” and you’ll see plenty of five- and six-percent yielders carrying that title..
This 6.6% Yield Is Worth a Look In my opinion, real estate is one sector that every income investor should have some exposure to. I’m not saying you should put all your savings in a house or condo, but by.
Microsoft Is a Top Dividend Growth Stock Despite being in the volatile tech sector, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has been rather resilient in the last market sell-off. In the past 12 months, MSFT stock has climbed a solid 15%, substantially outperforming.
A High-Yield Stock Most People Are Unfamiliar With Beaten-down stocks can provide some of the biggest yields. Think about it. We calculate dividend yield by dividing a company’s cash payout by its stock price. So if shares are soaring and.
CWEN Stock Is a Top Dividend Growth Stock For the most part, dividend investors have to trade current yield for future payout growth. That is, if you want to own a company that’s set to pay you increasing dividends down.
Collecting Dividends Through Thick and Thin Markets have bounced back quite a bit after the huge sell-off in the fourth quarter, but uncertainty remains a theme going forward. China just posted its slowest economic growth rate since 1990, and the.
Get Ready for These Dividend Hikes Next Month Living off passive income from dividend investing can be great. But there is something to be aware of: inflation. While Americans are enjoying a relatively low-inflation environment compared to some parts of.
A High-Yield Stock Most People Have Never Heard Of? Wouldn’t it be nice to lock in a yield of 14%? It certainly would, especially if you are looking to live off the dividends from an income portfolio. The average dividend.
This Double-Digit Yielder Deserves a Look As I’ve said plenty of times in this column, income investors should always approach double-digit yielders with caution. The reason is simple: when most companies can’t come up with a five-percent payout, a dividend.