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.
You can combine high-quality companies with mega-trends that are favorable for long-term growth with these dividend healthcare stocks.
Investors want high-quality growth stocks offering high dividend yields, as the safer Treasury yields tumble. Here are seven names to consider.
If profit taking leads to further market declines, then investors may want to brace for further volatility with dividend stocks.
If you're looking for dividend stocks to own from the S&P 500, these 10 Dividend Aristocrats are doing a lot better than most.
Plenty of investors focus in on dividends, and dividend aristocrats, but if those investors only look in the U.S. they could be missing out.
JPMorgan Chase fell after strong earnings, as traders questioned whether momentum will continue. Investors can get JPM stock cheap.
Royalty trusts have benefitted from the recent pop in oil, but that's just one reason to take a look at these names.
These dividend stocks are standouts from the Dividend Aristocrats list. They have yields higher than 4% and can consistently raise dividends.
IVR stock has a revised book value of $3.63 and a 10.8% dividend yield, making it a very attractive buy at today's price.
Bank of America saw its net interest margin on loans shrink to 1.61%. But borrowers were paying back the loans, and wealth management was strong.
These dividend stocks are fundamentally strong companies with solid earnings bases. Thus, their dividend payouts are safe and sustainable.
With a generous dividend and growth catalysts like a Beyond Meat partnership, PEP stock is great for investors with discerning taste.
With the government on the verge of a big bill, these infrastructure stocks stand to benefit from the plans. Here's what you need to know.
While growth names still dominate the mainstream narrative, it’s wise to consider some exposure to safety in dividend stocks.
Exxon Mobil stock looks like good value here with 25% upside potential. XOM stock is worth $75.19, 25% higher, using its average historical yield and P/E metrics
These oil stocks not only line your pocket with regular payouts, but those payouts are sustainable with the current oil prices.
BAC stock is worth more based on its dividend hike and buyback plans. BAC stock should be worth around $52, if not even more.
Merck is a great pharma play with its coronavirus pill and strong, consistent dividend payouts. MRK stock is a solid buy.
Don't just focus on the big-name U.S. financial institutions -- consider these great Canadian bank stocks for their portfolios.
Markets have become choppy due to inflation and uncertainty. These dividend stocks could provide a safe haven in volatile times for the rest of the year.