Many investors overlook the importance of steady income. No matter your investment profile, dividends provide stable growth with consistent payments that accrue and compound over time. If you plan to retire wealthy, you need stocks that will pay you to own them. Our investment analysts uncover the companies with high yields, stocks increasing payouts and Dividend Aristocrats that have raised dividends steadily for 25+ years, plus much more.
Kroger stock is up 20% in 2020, as it consolidates advertising under a single team and prepares profitable online grocery with Ocado.
Utility stocks that have strong fundamentals and have a clear cash flow visibility for the coming years. Dividends add to the attraction.
With seemingly everyone bidding up growth firms, it’s easy to forget about dividend stocks. However, you shouldn’t ignore these relatively reliable, passive income-paying companies.
Buying a small amount of Exxon Mobil stock now and buying more shares on any weakness in the fall is likely to be a winning bet.
New CEO Miguel Patricio has aggressively written down assets so that Kraft Heinz will draw maximum financial benefit from pandemic growth.
Capital One had to slash its dividend as COF stock suffered a big loss. Credit card banks are having trouble collecting on loans.
Analysts are heavily debating the outlook for natural gas stocks in 2020. These three stocks offer value for long-term investors
These real estate stocks have become some of the higher-paying dividend stocks while still delivering steady cash flows to investors.
Wells Fargo stock should survive its dividend cut just fine. Wells Fargo stock sells for just 82% of its tangible book value, whereas all of its peers are much more expensive.
In 2002, many investors are in searching for the best dividend-paying stocks. Here are out top seven picks
Global defense spending is likely to remain robust with NATO having the largest spending share. Defense stocks will continue to benefit.
Investor sentiment has shifted to a protective stance under the context of ever-rising tensions between the U.S. and China. In this environment, investors should consider stocks to buy now from a list of stable dividend aristocrats.
I'm Lovin' It - McDonald's stock is a very attractive buy here. McDonald's earnings and cash flow cover its dividends well, making MCD stock very cheap with at least an 18 to 20% upside.
Exxon Mobil stock is an attractive buy with its 8% dividend yield. If the quarterly dividend is maintained, Exxon Mobil stock will rally.
Yes, things are starting to get better for oil stocks. But it's probably best for investors to focus on quality, given the continued risks.
These five stable stocks pay big and sustainable dividends in a world where the "income" part of fixed income is disappearing.
Transportation stocks have face near-term headwind due to the coronavirus. However, fundamentally strong stocks have a bright outlook.
UnitedHealth uses technology and managed care to dominate the U.S. healthcare market at a steady profit and dividend via UNH stock.
High dividend yield stocks across sectors. These companies have robust cash flows and earnings growth visibility.
2020 remains a volatile market year, and that's great for utility companies. Here are 6 utility stocks to buy for dividends and stability.