Dividend Stocks

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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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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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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