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Stock Offers Yield and Growth Some investors believe they have to choose between income and growth. But I say, why not have both? Take Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE:CCI). The cell phone tower landlord yields just under four percent and.
Collect Oversized Dividends From Tech? If you’ve been following the markets, you’d have noticed the massive sell-off in U.S. equities a few months ago. During that downturn, technology stocks were hit particularly hard. In just the month of October, the.
Smart Money Investing Here John Armitage ranks as one of the top investors on Earth, though I doubt most people have ever heard of him. The billionaire investor founded Egerton Capital Limited in 1994. Today, it’s one of the largest.
Are You Familiar with This Blue-Chip Stock? Today’s chart highlights one of my favorite blue-chip dividend plays, Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. (NYSE:MMP). Now, you may be wondering: “Shouldn’t blue-chip companies be household names? Why haven’t I heard of this stock.
Poker vs. Investing I never had the makings of a professional poker player. Nevertheless, I tried very hard at becoming one. The first time I saw a poker tournament on TV, I was instantly hooked. I was not even old.
One Stock to Retire On Investing in real estate can be lucrative. That is, if you don’t mind taking on a second job as a landlord. Would-be investors need solid credit and a sizeable down payment. From there, they have.
A Rare Find in Today’s Market Hunting for yield can be frustrating at times. And it’s not because you can’t find generous companies; there are plenty of ultra-high yielders in today’s market. Go to any of the financial web portals,.
These Stocks Pay You Monthly Do you know what I hate about bonds? They only pay you twice a year. For those of us who rely on our portfolio income to pay the bills, this can be a big headache..
A Safe 8%-Plus Yield You should avoid most high-yield stocks. In fact, of the companies I follow with the 25 highest yields, only a handful maintain decent safety ratings. You just don’t often find companies with a big upfront payout.
1 Ultra-High Dividend Stock Can a company really afford to have a 17% dividend yield? If you believe that markets are efficient, the answer would be “no.” After all, when most dividend stocks struggle to pay six percent, a 17%.