Robert Baillieul, B.Comm.
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These Stocks Pay Up to 21% Are you sick and tired of low interest rates? Certificates of deposit pay next to nothing. Bonds yield only three or four percent a year. Sure, rates have ticked up a little recently, but.
MITT Stock: Is This Dividend Safe? Tired of low interest rates? You’re not the only one. Thanks to the Federal Reserve, millions of investors struggle to earn decent income. High-yield stocks look tempting, but the payments dry up right after.
Spotting Top Dividend Stocks As I’ve expected for years now, investors have started flocking to dividend stocks. Traders have fled technology and marijuana shares—the most speculative types of businesses out there. Dividend stocks, in contrast, have held up just fine..
AmeriGas Partners Yields 13% Today’s chart proves once again that you can earn a great income from companies that “sell the basics.” Regular readers know we love simple businesses. Household staples like soda, toothpaste, and cereal enjoy steady demand. No,.
Can You Live Off Dividends? Recently, I came across a book about living off of dividends. It’s called Stop Working, Here’s How You Can by Derek Foster, and it delivers exactly what it promises. Foster, Canada’s self-proclaimed youngest retiree, outlines.
Can You Trust This Payout? It’s the triple crown of income investing. A big yield, solid fundamentals, and solid cash flow; it’s no wonder that Main Street Capital Corporation (NYSE:MAIN) has emerged as a favorite among income investors. This business.
Dividend Stock Now Pays 4.2% December 11 will go down as a forgettable day for investors. The Dow Jones, reeling from a two-week slide, shredded over 600 points by the middle of the trading session. But one small group of.
Dividend Stocks with Growth How do you build a baseball dynasty? Anyone can pick today’s current all-stars, but they come with a price tag to match. The trick comes down to spotting the next crop of top players and signing.
Tiny Stock Pays Big Yields Last month, I told you about the little-known dividend stocks that would beat the market this year, and likely for many years to come. These firms don’t have the size and reputation of their larger.
NKE Stock: Just Do It? The best things sometimes come in small packages. You could say that the same thing applies to dividend investing. Consider Nike Inc (NYSE:NKE). Over the past decade, the yield on shares has averaged less than.