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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.
You may not know Leggett & Platt, but its dividend history and unique positioning in the marketplace make LEG stock a good choice for long-term holders. Read Article
Certain screening criteria can help dividend investors determine which dividend stocks are actually strong stocks to buy. Read Article
McDonald's (MCD) and Microsoft (MSFT) lead this week's list of eight dividend stocks that upped the ante on their regular payouts. Read Article
Apple's iPhone madness shows that America's dependence on mobile isn't going anywhere, cementing the continued usefulness of high-yielding T and VZ stock. Read Article
Increasing dividends means maintained purchasing power of income, which is why PM, O and YUM are dividend stocks to buy. Read Article
Companies increasing dividends this week include Philip Morris, Yum Brands and International Paper, among several other big dividend stocks. Read Article
TrueCar (TRUE) is a hot stock that doesn't offer a dividend, but you can still create immediate income. I'll show you how. Read Article