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48 Dividend Raisers Yielding Up To 8.8%

48 Dividend Raisers Yielding Up To 8.8%

| July 7, 2021

For the past few weeks, I’ve been drawing up a roadmap of how income investors like us can fend off inflation’s impending march. Utility stocks. Small banks. Heck, small businesses. But they all center around one central theme you can find in just about any corner of the market: dividend growth. Show me a payout that is heading […]

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7 A-Rated Dividend Stocks To Buy For Long-Term Gains

7 A-Rated Dividend Stocks To Buy For Long-Term Gains

Each of these dividend stocks earns top marks for dividend performance in Portfolio Grader Dividend stocks are popular among investors. There’s a good reason for this. In fact, there are several good reasons. Besides the returns from growth in the stock’s value, you get dividend payments. These can be plowed back into your portfolio or […]

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Growth Or Income? Dividend Investing Is The Best Of Both Worlds

Growth Or Income? Dividend Investing Is The Best Of Both Worlds

| March 29, 2021

Those nearing retirement have heard talk about having to retire later in order to avoid outliving their savings. But retirement should be achievable for everyone. So the solution is finding a new investing strategy. A new approach that provides cash flow, reliable growth, and a chance to secure the retirement you always thought you’d have. That approach […]

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Dividend vs Share Buyback: Which Is Better?

Dividend vs Share Buyback: Which Is Better?

| February 14, 2020 | 0 Comments

For well over a century, dividends were the preferred means for corporations to return excess cash to their shareholders. But companies began focusing more on share buybacks in the 1980s to return capital to shareholders. According to Morningstar, stock buybacks have now surpassed dividends as the means to return excess capital to shareholders. In this dividend vs share […]

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5 Dividend Stocks That’ll Keep You From Drowning In Retirement

5 Dividend Stocks That’ll Keep You From Drowning In Retirement

| July 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

Your 2% bonds are going to make you broke. You need to buy these safe, higher paying dividends instead. We’ll get to these “real yields” (up to 9.3%!) in a moment. First, let’s recap. Treasury yields just took their biggest bath in weeks, sending the 10-year T-note to 2%. Less than a year ago, the […]

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3 Crash Proof Income Investments To Weather Market Volatility

3 Crash Proof Income Investments To Weather Market Volatility

| December 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

I don’t currently believe the higher level of stock market volatility is a sign that the next economic recession is right around the corner. Yet, I could be wrong, and the market could also plunge into a bear market without the drop being triggered by the economy going to negative growth. My income investing strategy […]

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5 Top-Notch Dividend ETFs That Investors Should Consider Today

5 Top-Notch Dividend ETFs That Investors Should Consider Today

Dividend ETFs are still one of the best ways to score income in your portfolio Despite the recent jumps to interest rates, there’s a good chance your savings account is still a bit sorry. Traditional income products like CDs, money market funds and even bonds are still paying pitiful amounts of interest to savers. Finding […]

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7 Dividend Aristocrats To Buy For Growth, Too

7 Dividend Aristocrats To Buy For Growth, Too

| September 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dividends aren’t the only thing these Aristocrats bring to the table Dividend Aristocrats are an elite group of S&P 500 companies that have raised their payouts for a minimum of 25 consecutive years. To make it on to this list, you must operate your business efficiently over almost three decades — a feat that’s not easy for any company. […]

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3 High-Yield Triple Net Lease REITs For Dividend Growth And Safety

3 High-Yield Triple Net Lease REITs For Dividend Growth And Safety

| September 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

I am often asked to recommend some “safe” dividend stocks. My overall recommendation is that to invest in high yield stocks, a diversified portfolio is the best safety net. However, in the event of a steep overall stock market decline equity real estate investment trusts (REITs) provide the diversification of real property ownership compared to […]

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