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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.
Cisco stock isn't generally talked about as a great dividend investment, but it certainly should be. Read Article
Consolidated Edison has been named to the Dividend Channel' SAFE list of dividend payers based on its two-decades history of dividend payments Read Article
Dividend Channel reports that Jabil Circuit, Applied Industrial Technologies and L-3 are all coming up on ex-dividend dates as follows... Read Article
CTL stock dividend is not only sustainable but has plenty of room to grow as the company's fundamentals improve. Read Article
NVIDIA and Six Flags also got in on the dividend-raising action, rewarding their investors a little more this quarter. Read Article
The oil giant has moved quickly off its recent lows to a more reasonable level for a strong, well-managed company. Read Article
Kinder Morgan (KMI) stock is down considerably, and in its desperation KMI has been forced to finance its much needed big projects at higher expenses. Is Kinder Morgan still a dividend kingpin? Read Article
Among the bevy of big name dividend stocks increasing payouts were an iconic coffee seller, several large-cap industrial dividend stocks, an insurance giant and two brokerage firms. Read Article
These six dividend stocks have been upping the ante on their payouts every year for at least the past five decades. These dividend kings deserve respect. Read Article
Looking for great dividend stocks? Try the United Kingdom. Yields are higher and stocks are cheaper. Read Article