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Many investors tend to have second thoughts about putting their money in high-dividend stocks. That’s because a high yield could simply be the byproduct of terrible stock price performance. Plummeting share prices could reflect.
1 High-Yield Stock for 2017 and Beyond
The definition of a high-yield stock varies depending on who you talk to. For instance, some say it needs to have a higher yield than the average of the S&P 500 Index. But.
Earn a Reliable Income from This 8.25% Yielder
When I was working at a tech startup a few years ago, I learned that one of the most important things when building a business is to find your customer’s pain point.
This High-Dividend Stock Raised Its Payout Every Quarter Since the IPO
Interest rates are already rising, and the latest U.S. Federal Reserve minutes just hinted at another rate hike in June. Should investors of high-dividend stocks be worried? Well, if.
Today’s commentary highlights one of the most important things I look for in a high dividend yield play: a simple business model.
A critical rule in investing is to only purchase companies that you fully understand. But it is even.
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