Consolidated Communications Stock
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.
Why Income Investors Should Take a Look at Small-Cap Dividend Stocks When you utter the words “dividend stocks,” most people will be thinking of established dividend payers like Walmart Inc (NYSE:WMT) and The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO). Indeed, these companies have.
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.
This Little-Known Stock Provides Generous Dividends As we move past the halfway mark of 2018, stock market investors may feel a bit disappointed. Year-to-date, the S&P 500 index returned 2.2%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average actually slipped 1.3%. Still,.
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.