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.
The three tech stocks discussed above all carry with them the ability to generate income and take advantage of what should be strong growth rates in the years ahead. We rate all three of these under-the-radar tech stocks as buys and think they will produce strong returns for shareholders.
T stock is battered and bruised, but don't declare AT&T a loser as the company's financial data points consensus-beating earnings.
If you're building a nest egg, then you really need to include some solid dividend stocks for durability and solid, steady growth.
Investors seeking big payouts should consider these seven high-yield stocks from various sectors. They range from pharmaceuticals to REITs.
While precious metals companies carry with them their own set of risks, in environments such as the one we’re in today, they tend to do quite well and we see them as strong inflation hedges for investors.
Buy these dividend stocks and forget them for 10 years, you will win big and should have little to worry about in the interim.
This market is in transition from a low-inflation market to a high-inflation market, so it's a good time to grab some dividend stocks.
These seven top dividend stocks are among the best long-term holdings investors seeking income over the long-term should consider.
Pfizer has been beating MRK stock in 2021, but that relative performance may reverse next year, with new drugs and acquisitions ahead.
T stock appears to have a great dividend, but that isn't true. Avoid AT&T as its problems never seem to stop.
While the tech industry has gone to glory over the last five years, IBM stock is down 22%, and it's not coming back
CVS Health bought Aetna believing its pharmacy network could deliver managed care at lower costs. Now former Aetna executive Karen Lynch must prove it to stoke CVS stock.
REITs can offer dividend investors terrific income generation, but many of the trusts come with their own set of risks to evaluate.
You get a lot more more from dividend aristocrat stocks than just a rock-solid dividend. They also promise solid, long-term growth.
When the market is making new highs seemingly every day, investors can be forgiven if they gravitate toward higher growth stocks. While these types of investments have their place in a portfolio, investors need to be prepared for the eventual economic downturn that leads to a recession. Therefore, investing in stocks with very low betas can help to minimize losses.
Given the bullish momentum in Q3, here are seven high-yield retirement stocks that would make great additions to any long-term portfolio.
When picking winners for the next decade plus, projections can only take you so far. These 10 stocks to buy sweeten the deal with dividends.
AT&T stock may not go back to its pre-pandemic high. But, if investors can get slow and steady growth from T stock it becomes more intriguing
You need to look beyond the dividend to make sure you’re getting reliable income.
T stock is set to languish. It will continue to waiver with little upside until management can deliver a solid dividend policy moving forward.