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A High-Yield Stock to Think About During the holiday season, there’s usually not that much going on in the stock market. But for those who are hunting for oversized dividends, there might be a high-yield opportunity that’s worth considering before.
3 Dividend Growth Stocks to Watch in January January can be a cold, damp, and bleak time of year. The depths of winter and discontent. Here in the Northeast, Mother Nature just dumped back-to-back snowstorms. Two feet of drifting powder.
Owning a Tech Stock for Dividends? “With a booming services segment and a hugely profitable hardware business, the best could be yet to come for AAPL stock investors.” That’s what I told readers of Income Investors about Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL).
Top Dividend Stocks for 2020 and Beyond As I’ve expected for years, investors have started flocking toward top dividend stocks. Over the past few months, they have begun fleeing cryptocurrencies and marijuana stocks. In other words, investors have moved away.
What Van Halen Can Teach Us About Dividend Investing I was poking around YouTube the other day and came across a video about Van Halen. For those of you who don’t remember them, they were one of the most successful.
Why I’m Checking Out This Double-Digit Yielder If you’ve been following high-yield stocks, you’ll know that, in today’s market, most of them are not perfect. And this shouldn’t come as a surprise. The average S&P 500 company pays less than.
This Could Be a Lucrative Income Opportunity “Should I consider marijuana stocks?” That’s a question we often get from our Income Investors readers. The pot industry has been booming, and everyone, including risk-averse income investors, wants a piece of the.
The Last Time This Happened, the Stock Market Soared 25% U.S. equities are on track for one of their best performances in six years. And according to one stock market indicator, investors have good reason to expect more gains in.
Is Western Midstream Partners LP’s 12% Yield Really Safe? All high-yield stocks should come with a warning label: “Danger: These investments can be hazardous to your wealth.” These stocks often represent troubled businesses with declining cash flows. It also means.
Exciting Returns From a “Boring” Business At first glance, AES Corp (NYSE:AES) does not seem to be anything special. The Arlington, Virginia-based power company provides electricity to 14 countries through its diverse portfolio of distribution businesses, as well as thermal.