Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc
What to Look for in Retirement Stocks With a huge market sell-off still in the rearview mirror, investors have been wondering whether 2019 will be a rough year for stocks. If you’re a retirement investor, you should be extra careful.
This High-Yield Stock Deserves Investors’ Attention In a volatile market, dividends can provide a peace of mind. It doesn’t matter what the stock prices are doing, shareholders of solid dividend-paying companies can always expect their dividend checks to arrive in.
Why I’m Digging This Double-Digit Yielder In today’s stock market, double-digit yielders do not have the best reputation. Some of them have problematic dividend coverage, while others may have already cut their dividends multiple times. And those are not the.
A High-Yield Stock You Likely Haven’t Considered Most investors have never heard of Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:CNSL). With a market capitalization of under $800.0 million, the company is rarely mentioned in the mainstream financial media. But for income investors,.
This 13.4% Yield Looks Interesting Generally, big-yield names come with big risk. Double-digit payouts run on borrowed time. And any time you see an tall yield, the name comes with higher risk. Not so with Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:CNSL)..
A High Dividend Yield That’s Surprisingly Safe In today’s market, the number-one reason why investors tend to stay away from ultra-high yielders is the concern about their dividend safety. Think about it: when most companies pay less than four percent,.
Can a Double-Digit Yield Possibly Be Safe? In today’s market, the general consensus is that if a company pays more than four percent, it’s considered a high-yield stock. So what happens when you see a company with a double-digit payout?.
1 High-Yield Stock to Consider In recent years, income investors haven’t been in the best of shape. Due to the ultra-low interest rate policy adopted by the U.S. Federal Reserve, people rushed towards dividend stocks, bidding up their prices and.