Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
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DIS Stock Deserves Investor Attention Here at Income Investors, I’ve said plenty of times that there is a strong case for owning Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) stock because of its rising dividends. And the company has not disappointed, rewarding shareholders.
A High-Yield Stock Most People Have Never Heard Of In a business that’s not exactly known to be the safest, this company manages to crank out a rock-solid yield of 9.5%. I’m talking about Great Ajax Corp (NYSE:AJX), a real.
Little-Known Stock Pays Big Dividends If you ask me to draw a sketch of a solid dividend-paying company, it will probably look something like a bank. Banks lend out money at higher rates than they borrow at, pocketing the difference..
Top Dividend Growth Stock You Likely Haven’t Thought Of Most people have never heard of PBF Logistics LP (NYSE:PBFX), but the stock offers one of the biggest payouts in the current market. The best part is, while investors are often.
Can You Count on This Double-Digit Yielder? In recent weeks, uncertainty has become a major theme in the markets, which partially explains why stocks are having quite a choppy ride. Therefore, now seems like a good time to lock in.
If You Want Both Income and Growth, Read This In today’s market, a 7.7% dividend yield is nothing to sneeze at. What’s more is that the company behind this yield is determined to raise its payout at 20% annually. And.
Should Investors Consider This High-Yield Stock? It’s earnings season again, which means stocks could see sizable moves based on whether they beat Wall Street expectations. As an income investor, though, I’m more interested in whether the ultra-high yielders made enough.
There’s no other way to put it: October 2018 was a terrible month for U.S. stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 5.8%, the S&P 500 declined 7.3%, and the Nasdaq Composite plunged a whopping 9.1%. That’s why today, I.
Few Companies Pay as Much as This One In an era where most companies pay less than five percent, an ultra-high dividend yield often turns out to be a by-product of plunging share price. And for the most part, that.
A Top Dividend Stock for 2019 and Beyond If you’ve paid any attention to the financial news lately, you’d know that market sentiment has changed. This shouldn’t come as a surprise; we haven’t had a proper correction in a long.