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.
Healthcare REITs offer plenty of dividends as well as the potential for price gains as the population grows older and needs more care.
Barrick Gold has delivered on value, and investors who buy GOLD stock now will reap a 3.71% dividend yield, based on a special dividend.
Bank of America actually has four impending tailwings that could propel it higher. Thus, I think BAC stock will soon be worth $57.43.
Exxon Mobil will keep paying its dividend, and I think XOM stock is worth at least 30% more based on its historical yield, P/E, and P/Sales multiples.
These two dividend aristocrats have raised their payouts for more than 30 years. But is XOM or CVX the better stock to buy?
Dividend stocks can yield powerful results when stretched out for the long term. Here's a look at seven stocks with massive consistency.
So, taking a look at dividend stocks, which names could end up slowing down or suspending their payouts? These seven stand at risk of doing so.
Investors looking for income can find reliable offerings among the telecom stocks. Here are three vital ones ot keep on your list.
Add some serious passive income to your portfolio with these higher-yielding monthly dividend stocks to buy.
Johnson & Johnson offers investors an island of safety -- JNJ stock is supported by a strong company and long-standing dividend.
Unlike with some other plays popular with the Reddit set, UWMC stock has the fundamentals and a solid dividend to back up its bull case.
If you're looking for dividend stocks under $25, a good place to start is the S&P High Yield Dividend Aristocrats Index.
It you're looking for a reliable dividend-paying name in the energy sector, you could do worse than checking out MPLX stock.
These 7 high-yield dividend stocks have yields above 5% and their payout ratios broadly look strong enough to support those dividends.
IBM wants to sell its Watson Health unit and is spinning off its managed infrastructure business to become a more focused hybrid cloud company.
There may not be a more recession-proof sector than water stocks. Here are three of the top names for interested investors to check out.
Dividend stocks remain one of the most stable segments to pour your capital into. Here are seven companies will put your mind at ease.
Canadian stocks tend to trade for lower valuations than their U.S. counterparts, and many also have a higher dividend yield.
3M takes a long-term view, and the stock is for investors who do the same, including retirees seeking income.
JPMorgan Chase earned nearly $6 billion from trading just in the last quarter, but its fintech innovation is lagging new competitors.