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Still a Top Pick for Income Investors? I wrote about Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE:FRT) less than a month ago. But due to recent developments in both its stock price and underlying business, it’s worth revisiting the company. In my.
NextEra Energy Inc Has Quietly Overtaken Big Oil Move over Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM), there’s a new king of the energy sector: NextEra Energy Inc (NYSE:NEE). For decades, the Texas-based Exxon long reigned over the industry as its most valuable.
This High-Yield Stock Looks Interesting In financial markets, it’s generally the case that the higher the yield, the higher the risk. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that, since the world economy tanked this year due to the COVID-19.
Norfolk Southern Corp. Is One Stock for the Next 100 Years While tech names have stampeded ahead in the past few years, the best-performing stocks have been some of America’s oldest: “Forever Assets.” Longtime readers have heard me use the.
How an Out-of-Favor Dividend Stock Delivered Oversized Returns “It may take a while for the company to execute its turnaround plan but, at the current valuation and dividend yield, TGT stock could be an opportunity.” That’s what I wrote about .
Is Williams Companies Inc’s 8% Yield Safe? It has been a rough go for oil-patch investors lately, but one partnership has fared better than others: Williams Companies Inc (NYSE:WMB). The COVID-19 pandemic has forced hundreds of energy companies to slash.
A High-Yield Finance Stock to Think About With today’s ultra-low interest rates, most income investors would be pretty happy to earn a dividend yield of five percent. After all, a 10-year U.S. government bond yields a measly 0.8%, while the.
Value Stocks Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now For years, exciting tech names have outperformed value stocks. But that could be about to change. One of the country’s largest value investment companies recently closed its doors. It plans to wind down.
This Company Pays Reliable Dividends At first glance, Automatic Data Processing Inc (NASDAQ:ADP) doesn’t look like the typical recession-proof dividend stock. The company’s known for its payroll processing business, so when there’s a serious economic downturn and many workers are.
Special Dividend Payouts Can Top 41% It’s tough to find a decent yield nowadays. In a bid to prop up the economy, the Federal Reserve has slashed interest rates to basically zero. As a result, payouts on everything from annuities.