International Business Machines (IBM)
$119.70 1.16 (0.98%)
19:59 EDT IBM Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $119.70
Market Cap 109.88B
PE Ratio 19.62
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.75M
Day's Range 119.26 - 121.42
52-Week Range 90.56 - 158.75
Dividend & Yield 6.21 (5.19%)
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These nine boring stocks to buy won’t elicit much excitement from the crowd, but they’re worthy contenders as we head toward an uncertain future.
By Thomas Niel
So, which high-yielding dividend stocks should you consider? Taking a look at large cap names, these five come to mind as solid opportunities: Altria Group (NYSE:MO) AT&T (NYSE:T) ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) IBM (NYSE:IBM) PPL Corporation (NYSE:PPL) With dividend yields of 5% and above, these should be on any income investor's shortlist. Also, with many of them still lower than where they traded pre-pandemic, there could be upside potential as well.
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Over the course of the novel coronavirus pandemic, investors are getting accustomed to Thursday misery in the form of the weekly jobless claims data, but markets don't always respond in kind. There have been days when stocks were drubbed on the claims data and others when equities rallied on bleak numbers. Today was somewhere in the middle as the losses weren't terrible.
Tech is about the only game going for the market these days, but that's enough for investors to overlook some ugly jobs news again.
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The major equity averages didn't do much of anything Tuesday even as several big names reported earnings before the opening bell. Fortunately, there was some decent commentary from those companies, albeit cautious, indicating that the U.S. economy could start rebounding in the second half of the year.
Investors are often wrong about how they trade mega cap stocks on their earnings headline. This created opportunities in INTC, IBM and BIIB.
Broadly speaking, Friday was somewhat uneventful, a scenario volatility weary investors will take. It was another one of those days where the novel coronavirus and earnings mostly dominated the headlines. A mostly docile day got the Dow to 19 winners against 11 losers in late trading.
IBM stock slipped 3% on Tuesday after earnings on Monday afternoon. But looking closer, the quarter supports turnaround hopes.
Stocks stumbled again Tuesday as the ongoing decline in the oil pitch, coupled with fears a new coronavirus stimulus package will prove inadequate in bolstering the economy, served confirmation that a recession is setting in.
IBM (IBM) earnings for the tech company's first quarter of the year have IBM stock up after-hours Monday on mixed results.
After its Red Hat deal, IBM is one of the best-equipped companies in the fast-growing cloud space. Yet investors treat IBM stock like dead money.
Monday's big stock charts feature three companies signaling a potential recovery, though head-fakes are also a possibility.
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