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Can You Trust This Payout? Income hunters reaching for yields could learn something from the warning label on stepladders that reads, “Don’t stand on the top step.” High yields look tempting, but when it comes to dividend stocks, the highest.
One Top Dividend Stock for 2019 When The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO) raised prices to offset President Donald Trump’s 10% tariff on aluminum imports, something surprising happened: soda lovers barely noticed. In fact, unit volumes actually increased by two percent as.
Will This Dividend Get Hiked? Shale drilling has transformed the U.S. oil patch. In fact, analysts project that next year, the country will become a net energy exporter for the first time in decades. This has turned the business of.
T. Boone Pickens Sees Opportunity When T. Boone Pickens makes a move, people in the oil patch take note. The billionaire investor started his career in the energy patch, drilling wells across West Texas. Over the following decades, he built.
A Reliable Dividend Stock Brookfield Renewable Partners LP (NYSE:BEP) wants to do a lot of good for the planet—and investors. As its name implies, the partnership owns a portfolio of renewable energy businesses, including wind farms, solar plants, and hydroelectric.
Is This Payout Safe? Savvy shoppers know they can save a bundle on furniture by shopping in the “scratch and dent” section. Businesses will mark down inventory by as much as 50% just because an item has a tiny defect..
A Top Dividend Stock for 2019 Today, we’re checking in on a controversial-but-profitable investment strategy. Regular readers appreciate the power of investing in habit-forming products. Certain goods, like coffee, alcohol, and fast food, have a certain addictive quality—or at least,.
Insiders Quietly Buying Shares I only trust hefty cooks. The logic being that any good chef can’t help but indulge in their own dishes. For the same reason, I find it reassuring when a CEO buys their own company’s stock..
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.