Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA
Jing Pan's Articles
Can a 14.3% Yield Possibly Be Safe? For yield-seeking investors, few things are better than a 14.3% annual payout. But in an era when a four percent dividend can be considered high-yield, a double-digit yield just seems too good to.
If You Want to Collect Recession-Proof Dividends, Read This Things look pretty good for income investors at the moment. The economy is booming, corporate profits are soaring, and the new tax reform has led to quite a few dividend increases..
1 Large-Cap High Yielder to Consider Large-cap stocks have been the bread and butter of many income investors’ portfolios. The reason is simple: for companies to command huge market capitalizations, they often need entrenched positions in their operating markets. And.
Is This Beaten-Down Stock About to Make a Turnaround? Because dividend yield moves inversely to share price, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that beaten-down stocks can offer some of the highest payouts. Take Buckeye Partners, L.P. (NYSE:BPL), for instance..
This is a Top High-Yield Stock for Income Investors When it comes to finding high-yield stocks, real estate investment trusts (REITs) and energy partnerships are arguably the two most common places to look. However, that doesn’t mean investors should ignore.
A High-Yield Dividend Growth Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered In a market where most stocks pay less than four percent, a safe and growing 7.9% dividend yield deserves income investors’ attention. The company in question is Medical Properties Trust, Inc..
Should Income Investors Consider This High-Yield Stock? Today I highlight one of my favorite places to find high-yield opportunities: out-of-favor stocks. When an investor purchases a dividend stock, the yield they lock in is calculated by dividing the company’s annual.
The Best Income Play in the Energy Sector? If you want to find high-yield stocks in today’s market, the energy sector would be a good place to start looking. Because of the downturn in commodity prices, quite a few beaten-down.
BBT Stock Delivers Good News to Income Investors President Donald Trump’s tax reform has brought quite a few dividend increases, with BB&T Corporation (NYSE:BBT) being the latest example. BB&T Corporation is a bank holding company with over 2,000 branches. On.
CM Stock Returning Value to Investors American consumers may not be familiar with Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (NYSE:CM, TSE:CM), but this Toronto, Ontario-based financial institution is one of the few banks that can pay an increasing stream of dividends.