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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.
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
Dow component Verizon (VZ) dialed up a stout increase in its quarterly dividend, as did five other dividend stocks increasing payouts. Read Article
Investors' warm and fuzzy feelings from buying big dividend stocks, like GE, PFE and MAT, could actually lead to big losses. Read Article
Dividend stocks explain why focusing on competitive brands, earnings and fundamentals is safer than getting emotional over stock prices. Read Article
CEFs make sense now for two key reasons: they offer high yields and many CEFs are trading at a discount to their underlying assets. But closed end funds are not all the same -- and investors hunting for CEF bargains must look past some eye-popping discounts and weigh other factors before going all in. Read Article
The final week of summer was somewhat quiet in the markets, but still there were 8 companies increasing dividends before Labor Day, including Scotiabank, Harris Corp. and Westlake Chemical. Read Article
Target has more than taken its lumps, and now TGT stock has become a great dividend opportunity for new money. Read Article