Dow Inc (DOW)
$41.99 0.67 (1.62%)
17:05 EDT DOW Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $41.32
Market Cap -
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.63M
Day's Range 41.75 - 42.48
52-Week Range 21.95 - 56.25
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Investors are scrambling for income now that savings rates have evaporated, but some dividend stocks are less secure than they seem.
If you're looking for winning stocks, here are seven outperforming the S&P 500 and three losers that could be on the verge of a rebound.
The April jobs report was dismal, but that didn't prevent stocks from capping the week in style as the major indexes posted nice gains.
An inauspicious start to the month of May for investors, as the Dow Jones sagged under middling earnings reports by two tech giants.
One of the big themes emerging due to the novel coronavirus outbreak is the impact the virus is having on economic data and how equity markets are reacting to that news. As Wednesday's market action suggests, poor economic data is likely to be met with ugly stock market response.
Over the past two days, leadership is being sourced from the names most severely punished in the coronavirus downturn, including airlines, casino and cruise line operators and hoteliers. The read-in is that investors are willing to wager that when the coronavirus issue subsides, there will be pent up demand to get out of the house and get back to enjoying life.
Stocks retreated Tuesday, but losses, by the standard of a wild first quarter, were tolerable. With the first quarter of 2020 now in the books, it's clear that this was the worst quarterly performance for the S&P 500 since the global financial crisis. And that's despite a 17% rally by the benchmark equity gauge over the prior seven days.
At this juncture, upside of any variety is certainly welcomed, but Tuesday's gains barely dent the double-digit losses incurred by the major averages on Monday and do little more than scratch the surface of some dismal March performances.
After Wednesday's declines, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is essentially in a bear market, but sellers don't have a reason to give up yet.
It's time to get your portfolio ready for next year. These top seven safe stocks to buy should pay off regardless of what happens in 2020.
Like 2018, the market looks like it may be setting up for another rocky Q4. Here's your guide on which defensive high-yield stocks to buy, and which to avoid.
Schlumberger, Exxon Mobil, ServiceNow, Kirkland Lakes Gold and Dow are our top stock trades for Tuesday. Here's why.
The trade war continues to hurt DOW stock and its peers, but many internal factors including issues with the spinoff also weigh on the company.
With a dividend yield now above 6%, Dow stock should appeal to investors seeking defensive names. However, the industrial giant may be too complicated to be of any use.
At first glance, the generous dividend yield for Dow Inc stock may attract income investors. However, they’re better off looking for other investments as neither the fundamentals nor the technical offer justification for a sizable holding.
Following earnings, it’s time to buy DOW stock. But don’t count on the company’s storied income stream just yet.
However, it’s hard to ignore the fact that Dow’s quarterly dividend of $0.70, currently yields an impressive 5.5%. Dow and its predecessor companies have now paid quarterly dividends for 431 straight quarters dating back to 1912.
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