Nasdaq Technology Dividend Index Fund FT (TDIV)
$42.55 1.00 (2.30%)
16:00 EDT TDIV Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $42.55
Market Cap 1.03B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 71,728
Day's Range 42.46 - 43.53
52-Week Range 30.60 - 47.02
Dividend & Yield 0.87 (2.04%)
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When it comes to dividend stocks, you need to focus on tech. The sector features some of the largest cash flows and balances around. Here are five tech stocks that are also great dividend stocks as well.
Tech ETFs are having a great 2019 and should continue to make big gains on the back of great AAPL earnings.
No matter what sort of investor you are, there are dividend funds that will fit into your portfolio and pay you for your patronage.
Dividend ETFs are still one of the best ways to score income in your portfolio. Here are five top-notch dividend ETFs to buy today.
Earnings season yields myriad winners and losers, but picking the right individual stocks each and every time is a fool's errand. Instead, look to the FAANGs and reciprocal beneficiaries in technology by investing in the best tech ETFs.
Providing a lift for income investors and dividend funds is the fact that the rate at which companies are boosting payout is climbing as well. That is good news for dividend investors, particularly at a time when interest rates are rising.
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Tech stocks do, in fact, have a place in retirement portfolios. Here are 3 ways retirees can play the sector.
Microsoft's blow-out quarterly results will trickle down to these Tech ETFs. Take a look at each for consideration in your portfolio
A study of analyst recommendations shows that International Business Machines is the #25 broker pick on average in the Dow Jones
A study of analyst recommendations shows that International Business Machines Corp. is the #24 broker pick among the Dow 30 industrials
By last year, Apple's dividend jumped to 52 cents a share, representing annualized growth of 63% in three years.
A study of analyst recommendations shows that IBM is the #25 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average
Want growing dividends? Look to tech stocks. And now you can score those bigger yields for even cheaper. Here are 6 to buy.