These Consumer Staples Stocks Pay Up to 7% If you’re like me, you’ve probably noticed today’s rock-bottom yields. In a bid to prop up the economy, the Federal Reserve has slashed interest rates to record lows. That has meant plunging.
Why JNJ Stock Deserves Income Investors Attention In a market filled with soaring stay-at-home tech stocks and electric vehicle (EV) stocks, the century-old Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) doesn’t look particularly exciting. But here’s a bold statement: if you’re an income.
Investors Can Cash In on This Special Dividend Payment I like companies that pay dividends. I like those companies even more when they supplement their payments with the occasional special dividend. Case in point: RLI Corp (NYSE:RLI). In November, this.
A Double-Digit Yielder to Think About What is a high-yield stock? Well, the answer can vary depending on the perspective. If you look strictly at blue-chip stocks, a five-percent yield would put a company among the higher-yielding names. In the.
Is Coca-Cola Stock Still Recession-Proof? With Coca-Cola Co’s (NYSE:KO) reputation as one of the most recession-proof businesses in the world, you’d think its stock would do well during this year’s COVID-19 pandemic. I mean, even though the pandemic-induced recession has.
Looking for Oversized Dividends? Read This… Today I’m highlighting an alternative bank that’s extremely income-investor-friendly: Gladstone Capital Corporation (NASDAQ:GLAD). If you’re new to my writing, you may be wondering what I mean by “alternative bank.” Well, I consider an alternative.
Can Income Investors Trust Iron Mountain Inc’s Dividend? If you visit my office, you’ll find stacks of documents—mortgage information, financial reports, business receipts, etc. Over the years, the wall of paper has come to take up two filing cabinets and.
This Company Provides Safe & Growing Payouts With the U.S. stock market trading a record levels, some investors might be wondering if things are due for a correction. And frankly, if you take a look at the fundamentals, equities do.
This High-Yield Stock Deserves a Look Generally speaking, income investors don’t like to buy stocks after they’ve shot through the roof. The reason lies in the inverse relationship between dividend yield and stock price. For instance, many solid dividend-paying companies.
Brown-Forman Corporation Keeps Beating the Market This year, “boring” businesses have posted the most exciting returns. People always need to buy staples like food, toothpaste, cigarettes, deodorant, cereal, and toilet paper. Even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, demand.