American Capital Age (AGNC)
$13.97 0.13 (0.92%)
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Market Cap 5.97B
PE Ratio 4.83
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7.79M
Day's Range 13.87 - 14.10
52-Week Range 6.25 - 19.65
Dividend & Yield 2.16 (15.46%)
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When interest rates are slashed to the bone and bonds yield approximately 1%, these monthly dividend stocks offer much-needed respite.
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Positive estimate revisions and strong growth prospects make us optimistic about the performance of these undervalued finance stocks.
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Realty Income (O) and AGNC Investment Corp (AGNC) are a pair of monthly dividend stocks with different paths to high regular income.
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