Don’t quarantine your wealth. Do this instead…

On April 1, InvestorPlace analyst Matt McCall is revealing details about a little-known corner of the markets that could hand you a fortune during a bear market. To prove it, he’ll share the name of his #1 bear market stock.

Wed, April 1 at 7:00PM ET

Dividend Stocks

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.

Dividends Are the Best Reason to Hold Wells Fargo Stock

Wells Fargo's big yield and strong payout history make WFC stock a good pick for dividend investors, particularly as the market weakens.

Chevron has Put a Priority on Protecting Its Big, Fat Dividend

Because management will protect its dividend as a top priority, Chevron stock is worth significantly more as a result. It trades at the highest yield in four years.

5 Solid Stocks With Reliable Dividend and Buyback Programs

These five companies have made it clear they won't cut dividends or buybacks any time soon, and with programs that were solid before the pandemic, they could be just what your portfolio needs right now.

7 Dividend Stocks at Risk of Slashing Payouts

With the economy freezing up, corporate profits are about to plummet. Stay away from these seven dividend stocks now.

It Looks as If LUV Stock May Keep Its Dividend After All

Southwest says accepting government bailout money is "another option" for LUV as it navigates the coronavirus slowdown. Turning down the money would allow Southwest to continue offering its dividend.

Ford’s Dividend Could Return By Year-End If the Downturn Peaks Soon

F stock will rebound as orders pick up in H2 2020. Ford's dividend could return by year-end if the downturn peaks soon.

7 Super Stable Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

With the market flying high but risks in the air, this is a great time to play defense by buying these seven super safe dividend stocks.

7 Utility Stocks to Buy That Offer Juicy Dividends

These utility stocks all offer juicy dividends. But they also feature big growth potential in areas like renewable energy.

Delta Is a Big Gamble Without Its Dividend

Delta is a gamble for short-term investors now that it's losing its dividend. But as a long-term play, DAL stock is worth a closer look.

There’s Room for Optimism With Bank of America Stock

BAC stock is one of the best bank stocks you can buy to get a reliable, growing dividend and a solid company.

Exxon’s Safe Dividend Makes XOM Stock a Bargain Right Now

Exxon's safe dividend gives XOM stock a bargain 9.8% yield. The $3.48 dividend is safe if Exxon cuts its capex spending, making the 9.8% yield a rare bargain.

Will Clorox Stock Be Able to Reach New Highs in April?

Although Clorox disinfecting wipes have been in high demand, CLX stock is richly valued.

TJX Is Likely to Reverse Dividend Cuts Soon

TJX will rebound based on the company's liquidity moves. However, TJX stock will recover only if the dividend cut is kept to one quarter.

Why Exxon Mobil Stock Resembles a Tobacco Play Now

Exxon Mobil is due to spend $14.27 billion this year on its dividend, but the coronavirus and oil war make XOM stock's 10% yield questionable.

Nokia Is Not Looking Like a Winner Without Dividend Prospects

Nokia is not looking like a winner right now, especially as the coronavirus is likely to delay dividend payments for NOK stock.

Even With a Dividend Cut in the Cards, BP Stock Will Pay off Long Term

Unless management decreases BP stock's dividend, it may need to be paid using debt

Qualcomm Stock Is in a Tricky Spot Until the Recession Clouds Clear

Qualcomm stock is too cyclical to own in a recession, but if a recession comes to pass, it could be brief and that makes QCOM worth a look.

4 Dividend Stocks Worth a Look Now

These four dividend stocks are a good way to buy the dip with an added layer of security as they look likely to maintain or raise dividend payments no matter how bad things get.

ConocoPhillips Stock Looks Ready to Touch the Bottom

ConocoPhillips may not have touched bottom, but it's close. COP stock has an attractive yield and it is not likely to cut the dividend.

3 of the Best Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

While growth investors may be less certain about an end-of-year rally for growth stocks, there are several good dividend stocks to consider.