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.
Exxon Mobil will maintain its dividend at all costs, making the shares a great bargain. XOM stock is worth 63% more or a total return of 35% annually for the next several years.
Buy JPM stock for the dividend, and as a hedge against a shadow banking crisis. Just don’t expect fat returns.
These dividend stocks continue to outperform thier competition in yielding higher and consistent returns despite the impact of the pandemic
Investors seeking exposure from REITs should consider those with big retail and travel and leisure footprints, while avoiding these names.
A juicy yield is a great thing in dividend stocks, but price appreciation added onto those can make your investment really go a long way.
Don’t just jump into any dividend stock with a high yield. But if you stick with Dividend Grader, my proprietary formula will help you find the best of them and stay away from the worst.
DKS stock tripled its dividend over the last five years, and the new CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods helped it become dominant in its niche.
The company is a proven winner but Pfizer stock won't win any awards for excitement. Long-term investors can reap strong dividend rewards; short-term movement is murkier.
MRK stock has entered a new swashbuckling era, searching for new profit gushers like Keytruda, the company's anti-cancer drug.
These dividend stocks have juicy dividends, but are also strong, reliable companies in their own right and should be on your short list.
Vaccine news thrust Pfizer center stage this month. But it's PFE stock's beefy dividend that's the real story.
Alcohol stocks are worth checking out, not just for the growth they can offer, but also for the dividends some of them pay out.
Johnson & Johnson is trading at its historic fair valuation. In today's frothy market, that makes JNJ stock quite a good blue chip holding.
Many REITs have been battered by the coronavirus pandemic, but they still boast healthy dividends and have potential to recover quickly.
SPG stock has declined as the company bets it can keep JCPenney alive and partner Authentic Brands can do the same in the rest of its malls.
BP stock is worth between 22% and 35% more based on its free cash flow. The BP stock yield will rise from 4.5% to 5%, pushing it higher.
Although monthly dividend stocks are usually considered a safe investment, these three companies are in serious trouble due to the pandemic.
Even with energy prices in the dumps, here are a group of oil stocks that will pay a nice yield for your income stream.
The sell-off in XOM stock seems overwrought given Exxon Mobil's grand history. But the market is reacting to future challenges, not past successes.
Investors have burned of late chasing high-yield dividend stocks. These 4 stocks with yields more than 5% should buck that trend.