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.
If Intel can show signs of progress towards delivering its long-term manufacturing goals, INTC stock is primed to surge higher
During the last oil boom companies pushed out debt that wasn't repaid. This time Exxon Mobil is prioritizing dividends.
Consumer staples stocks are a good source of stable dividends and steady yearly growth and should not be overlooked by income investors.
T stock has fallen despite a robust and visionary outlook from AT&T's CEO, so don't expect the shares to be "dead money" for much longer.
Monthly dividend payers tend to be somewhat riskier than traditional dividend stocks, and the three we’ll look at are no exception. However, they do offer very high yields as compensation.
These dividend stocks look attractive for both the near-term and the long-term with low betas and very attractive valuations.
Food stocks offer consistent growth and market-beating yields. They can also help balance growth-orientated portions of a portfolio.
Until ViacomCBS gets control over its customer relationships, and turns a profit on them, VIAC stock will continue to languish.
This collection of consumer stocks combines growth potential with a solid dividend track record. Here's why each should be on your radar.
Pfizer is just manufacturing Comirnaty, a COVID-19 vaccine, but has other vaccines in the pipeline that could give its results, and PFE stock, a real shot in the arm.
With markets jittery due to a potential crisis in China, here are four low beta stocks to buy for portfolio protection and dividends.
These seven dividend stocks, all yielding 5% or more, make great additions to any income investor's portfolio.
The best reason to buy AT&T is on speculation that its parts, including stock in Warner Discovery and DirecTv, turn out to be worth more than the whole after it's broken up.
AbbVie is still cheap despite its gains and has an attractive prospective yield. ABBV stock trades for less than 8x next year's earnings with a prospective 5.3% yield, making it 28.5% undervalued.
Costco stock is very expensive now, selling at a premium to its sales and 43 times earnings. Wait for inflation to abate, then get it for value.
There are many dividend stocks that don’t get much attention. Here are 3 that investors likely don’t know much about, but should.
When choosing dividend stocks, picks like ABR stock and EFC stock are attractive with dividend yields that are greater than 4%.
These seven dividend stocks offer the perfect combination of income, growth potential and value.
Exxon is a bargain value stock with its huge 6.45% dividend yield and low P/E. XOM stock is worth at least $79.28, based on its historical dividend yield and price-to-earnings multiples.
Today, Vanguard is the largest provider of mutual funds and second largest provider of ETFs in the world with $7 trillion under management. Vanguard is also owned by the funds the company manages, effectively making it owned by its customers. In this respect, Vanguard is closer to a collective than a corporation.