Dividend Stocks

The U.S. economy is recovering from the pandemic, and investors are hunting for dividend stocks in industries with higher-than-average growth. Consistent revenue gains — and a boost from pandemic-fueled adoptions — have made pet stocks the perfect opportunity for strong dividend returns. Consumers are spending more money than ever on their pets. Pet spending reached
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Dividend stocks appeal to passive-income seekers. Broader markets have also seen record highs in recent days. Yet, investors still have opportunities for buying robust dividend names for less than where they were trading several weeks ago. Of course, even businesses with significant catalysts come under stress every now and then. However, leading companies with good
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Most investors who want exposure to the financial sector focus on well-known mega-cap stocks such as JP Morgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC). However, some smaller financial services companies have much longer dividend growth streaks. In fact, the only three financial services companies in the group of dividend kings, which have raised their dividends
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For many years, income-oriented investors have counted on healthcare Source: Manuel Esteban / Shutterstock.com giant Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) stock to provide reliable dividend distributions. In fact, it’s not unreasonable to say that this is among the main benefits of holding PFE stock for the long term. However, nothing in the markets is 100% reliable and some folks
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Blue-chip communications giant AT&T (NYSE:T) has traded somewhat like a utility stock in recent years, and investors approached T stock as such. It has long been a reliable stock as a dividend aristocrat. Source: Jonathan Weiss/Shutterstock Looking for new growth opportunities, AT&T made a huge push into entertainment three years ago with its transformational acquisition
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Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are companies that own properties or invest in mortgages. They offer excellent opportunities for investment as they pay dividends, providing a steady stream of income on a portfolio. Source: Shutterstock According to Yieldstreet, “REITs give investors the option of investing in real estate without the expense of purchasing and maintaining
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The abundance of investing choices can be paralyzing. Stocks, exchange-traded funds, mutual funds and more await. But income investors looking for high yields could consider a relatively unknown segment of the stock market: business development companies. These stocks, called BDCs for short, have multiple potential benefits for income investors. Source: Shutterstock BDCs are essentially publicly
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AT&T (NYSE:T) indicated it would cut its dividend “nearly 50%” last week. This would be the result of the potential merger/spin-off of its TimeWarner division into a new company with Discovery (NASDAQ:DISCA, NASDASQ:DISCK, NASDASQ:DISCB). Barron’s said over the weekend that this makes T stock a buy at today’s price. Source: Jonathan Weiss/Shutterstock I don’t think
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Finding reliable dividend stocks can seem difficult, considering several companies cut their dividends last year and continue to do so. Moreover, well-established and impressive businesses with strong histories of dividend growth usually trade at a premium. Dividends smooth out returns in times of volatility and typically make up one-third of a stock’s long-term total returns.
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