Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
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Will Target Corporation Increase Its Dividend? As we approach the month of June, most companies have already reported their first-quarter earnings. But note that not all companies have the same reporting period. Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT), for instance, operates on a.
Should Income Investors Consider This High-Yield Stock? For income investors, few things are better than a double-digit dividend yield. The problem is, though, ultra-high yield companies are not exactly known for their dividend safety. That’s why, instead of buying up.
Buy High and Sell Higher? Even after its recent pullback, the U.S. stock market is still near its all-time high. At this point, it would be a good idea to remind ourselves not to become the “greater fool.” For those.
Should Investors Consider This High-Yield Stock? For the most part, renewable energy stocks haven’t been a staple for income investors. Even though concerns about climate change have brought more public attention to the alternative energy industry, income investors only want.
Legal Monopoly Offers a Big Payout Dividends come from profits. Therefore, as an income investor, you want to own stocks of companies that can generate oversized profits. The thing is, though, if one company is making abnormally high profits, chances.
A High-Yield Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered In today’s market, income investors have a tough decision to make. They can choose companies with solid dividend safety, or companies with high-dividend yields. But very rarely does a company offer a double-digit.
Top Dividend Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered Legendary investor Warren Buffett is known for generating astronomical returns for his company Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.B) and its shareholders. From 1964 to 2017, the per-share market value of Berkshire stock increased by.
These Companies Are Selling Shovels in the New Gold Rush “Jing, how can I get in on the next big thing?” My neighbor Larry asked me during our block party last weekend. Larry is not alone. Most investors want to.
Can a High-Yield Stock Also Provide Growth? In today’s market, it’s rare enough for a company to offer a yield of close to 10%. What’s even rarer is that the company also boasts strong growth prospects. I’m looking at Senior.
Income Investors Should Beware of Dilution Earlier on, we looked at the interesting relationship between buybacks and dividends. Today, I want to talk to you about the opposite of buybacks: dilution. Instead of repurchasing their shares, companies can also issue.