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.
Shares don't always rise, but dividend income is as steady as it gets. These dividend stocks are great long-term, despite recent weaknesses.
Verizon, CVS, and Petrobras are high-quality stocks, with attractive dividend yields. They're set to recover and outperform the market.
These financial stocks are dividend kings, which means they have a strong history – and likely a strong future – of raising their payouts.
Long-term PFE stock holders might be wary of dividend-cut talk, but a recent announcement should clear up any confusion on the matter.
Dividend stocks are a great way of generating income, but these investments become much less attractive when an dividend cut looks not only probable, but imminent.
The AT&T bottom line: there are much better dividend or media plays out there. But, if you're still like what you see with the T stock restructuring, take your time before buying.
Pfizer still has good upside, especially if the dividend yield falls. PFE stock could be worth $53.33 given a dividend increase, a 3.0% dividend yield and return to buybacks.
Once the merger is completed, T stock can focus on its core business while dealing with less debt on its balance sheet.
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) can offer investors the chance to get into the real estate market without buying property.
So, which dividend stocks with relatively-safe high-yields should you consider? These nine remain relatively-safe income plays.
You may think MLPs are synonymous with the energy sector, but there are options even if you want to avoid oil. Here are 3 great choices.
Sure, the dividend yields that BDCs offer are often worth the price of admission. But you'll find more to like about them.
Institutional investors demand better climate practices and higher dividends from Exxon Mobil, reflecting changes seen across energy stocks.
Dividend stocks are a great source of passive income for investors in good times and bad. Here are some gems waiting to be discovered.
Cheap stocks can be risky, but they can also provide cash flow when they have a steady, reliable dividend like these seven stocks do.
These dividend stocks are excellent picks, whether you're looking for growth, fundamentals, strong tailwinds or inflation protection.
AT&T could fall another 20% after the deal given its proposed dividend cut. T stock could fall to $24.00 once the dividend is cut, giving it a 5.0% dividend yield, but until then it is still attractive.
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