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.

3 Healthcare REITs Yielding More Than 5%

These real estate investment trusts focus on healthcare. The strong payouts by REITs will benefit long-term income investors.

7 of the Highest-Paying Dividend Stocks to Buy Before the End of 2021

Dividend payouts are growing again as the pandemic retreats, with these companies offering some of the most generous payouts.

3 Undervalued Dividend Stocks to Buy For High Total Returns

Deep value dividend stocks aren't just cheap; they have high yields and higher growth potential, making a potent mix for any investor's portfolio.

7 Robinhood Stocks to Buy That Pay Dividends

These Robinhood stocks pay healthy dividends with an attractive yield and have strong fundamentals to sustain these payouts.

3 Utility Stocks to Buy For Safe Income

One of the best market places for investors to find high dividend yields and stable payouts (even during recessions) are utility stocks.

7 High-Yield Dividend Stocks to Get You Through Market Volatility

With the pandemic causing much uncertainty in the economy, these high-yielding dividend stocks to buy could offer some reassurances.

Wells Fargo Stock Can Rise 22% if the Dividend Keeps Increasing

Wells Fargo looks too cheap right now. WFC stock is worth at least $60 given new growth in earnings, tangible book value and dividends.

Bank on Wells Fargo Stock for Delightful Dividends and More

Call it a safety stock, a good value, or a generational investment. Either way, WFC stock deserves a place in any sensible trader's portfolio.

Walgreens Boots Alliance Is an Income Powerhouse Yielding 4%

WBA stock is a strong company with a solid dividend. That makes it one of the more interesting stocks to buy for income investors.

3 Restaurant Stocks for the Economic Reopening Trade

Restaurant stocks were hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. As they start to recover, these three stocks look ready to soar again.

4 Safe, High-Yield Stocks to Buy to Combat Inflation

These four companies have more than enough money to cover their dividends, making these four high-yield stocks very attractive for conservative investors.

3 Tobacco Stocks to Buy for High Dividend Yields You Can Depend On

These tobacco stocks offer strong dividend growth histories, and given their ability to generate free cash flow, that should continue.

Stick with AT&T as Company Slims Down and Fiscal Stats Impress

T stock is known for paying generous dividends and retaining its value over time. This trend should persist as AT&T continues to execute.

Exxon Mobil Stock Is an Inflation Beater

XOM stock is worth a buy in an inflationary environment. Its high-quality business model and significant dividend yield set it apart.

3 Dividend Stocks to Buy for 10%-Plus Annual Dividend Growth

These blue-chip dividend stocks have raised payouts for at least 10 years in a row, and could raise their dividends by over 10% per year.

Don’t Abandon AT&T Amid Its Restructuring

AT&T's restructuring could lead to big-time growth, so the T stock dividend cut is a slight sacrifice for an even bigger reward.

ViacomCBS: Don’t Hold Your Breath on Big Gains

Shari Redstone is now in firm control over ViacomCBS, a position she likes even more than the fortune she controls.

Even Without a Merger, ViacomCBS Stock Is Compelling

While a merger with Comcast appears unlikely, there is still plenty of reason for investors to consider taking a position in VIAC stock.

Exxon Is Playing Things Smart and Looks Worth $77 — Or More

Exxon does the right thing with its money, but shareholders want more. XOM stock is worth more based on its average historical yield and P/E.

Dividend Investors Can’t Rely on AT&T Stock

AT&T recently announced that it is slashing the dividend and spinning off its media business. Here's what it means for T stock owners.