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TransDigm’s 7% Special Dividend Payment Impresses Investors TransDigm Group Incorporated (NYSE:TDG) has a problem most companies would love to have: too much cash. Tax cuts, soaring profits, and wider margins have padded the aircraft parts market’s bottom line. Management also.
Looking for Dividend Increases in September 2019? Read This Remember not too long ago, when investors were cheering for the best June the U.S. stock market has had in decades? Well, the mood seems quite different now, doesn’t it? Given.
Looking to Collect Big Yield? Read This Let’s be honest here: would you be happy to earn an annual dividend yield of 8.7%? I certainly would. Given that the average S&P 500 company pays under two percent at the moment,.
You Can Find the Best Dividend Stocks Here If you scan the scorecard of our paid newsletters, you might spot a common theme: the best dividend stocks often represent high-quality companies banking on big investment trends. You can see this.
These Special Dividend Payments Yield Up to 41% August will go down as a forgettable month for most investors. After a simmering trade spat between China and the U.S. boiled over into a full-blown trade war, panic traders sent the.
Walmart Stock Returning More Cash to Investors? When the market seems to be on the edge of a cliff—like what’s happening right now—it’s a good idea to check out some solid dividend growth stocks. Walmart Inc (NYSE:WMT), for instance, has.
Why Warren Buffett Invested $29 Billion in Bank of America Stock This company has long topped my list of the best dividend stocks. And apparently, legendary investor Warren Buffett feels the same way. In July, Buffett’s holding company Berkshire Hathaway.
This Ultra-High Yielder Deserves a Look It’s no secret that there are plenty of high-yield stocks on the market. But it’s also no secret that investors aren’t really buying them. The reason is simple: stocks that offer the biggest payouts.
Texas Instruments Stock Has Become an Income Machine If you don’t own Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE:TXN), you’ll probably be kicking yourself in 10 years. That might sound like a bold statement, given the chipmaker’s struggles in recent months. But in.
Looking for Dividend Growth? Read This When Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) started paying dividends again in 2012, not everyone was impressed. To some people, what a fast-growing tech company should do is invest every dime it has into growing its business,.