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The key to any successful portfolio is stable growth and few investments are more stable than dividend yielding stocks. The additional income from quarterly or even annual dividends gives you the flexibility to earn some cash, reinvest in the stock, or disperse the capital into other investments. Our advisors offer information on both the companies offering the most consistent dividends such as Proctor &Gamble or AT&T, as well as dividend stocks with room to grow such as IBM or Verizon.
We identify dividend paying stocks with high yields, monthly dividends, and other attractive KPIs.
While the world awaits the first rate hike in nearly seven years, the march of dividend stocks increasing payouts plods on. This week, the triple point men on the dividend stocks patrol were big construction, big shipping and big discount retail. Here are seven dividend stocks increasing payouts. Read Article
General Electric's decision to spin off GE Capital is a step in the right direction for a company that has seen the price of GE stock fall by 24% in the last decade. Read Article
KKR has been able to generate strong returns by putting together highly strategic deals. The recent buyout of a Bayer unit is no different. Read Article
While a stock market correction seems inevitable at this point, take a little cash off the bench to buy discounted high-yield plays like SJI and MUE. Read Article
Last Friday, shares of American Capital Agency Corp (AGNC) were yielding above the 12% mark based on its monthly dividend (annualized to $2.40), with AGNC stock changing hands as low as $19.83 on the day. Read Article
The best dividend stocks to buy can be small regional firms hiding right under your nose -- or blue chips hiding in plain sight. Enough hiding. Read Article
Closed-end funds (CEFs) aren't just a great way to score high yields -- they occasionally even let you buy into certain assets for a discount. Read Article
Canadian banks are in a class of lesser-known high-yield dividend stocks, but beware: Shares are getting hammered on a sluggish economy and lower oil prices. Read Article
When it comes to MLPs, Enterprise Products (EPD) continues to be one of the strongest portfolio contenders to buy. Read Article