Down Between 15% and 53%: 3 Top Dividend Aristocrats That Are Too Cheap to Ignore

Investing in equal parts of these blue chip dividend stocks gives an investor an average yield of 3.2%.

Industrious Investing: 3 Industrials With 3% or Higher Dividend Yields

13 of the 65 Dividend Aristocrats -- stocks that have raised their dividends for 25-plus consecutive years -- come from the industrials sector. Industrials offer a good source of long-term...

2 Asset Management Stocks That Are Passive Income All-Stars

Bear markets are tough on asset managers, but these two Dividend Aristocrats have proven they can navigate market downturns.

2 Dividend Growth Stocks to Buy and Hold for Decades

These stocks aren't Dividend Aristocrats today, but they could very well end up in that club.

Michael Sincere's Long-Term Trader: ‘The stock market is not going to zero’: How this individual investor with 70...

Kaplan grew up in a poor family in the Bronx, N.Y. He's built a comfortable life for himself and his family by sticking to four simple strategies. He still manages his family’s investments. He...

These 'dividend aristocrats' offer steady returns in an uncertain market, Credit Suisse says

Analysts at the investment bank maintained an overweight rating on dividend stocks. They believe that value is currently overbought, as they expect most of the increases in yields for U.S....

10 highest-yielding Dividend Aristocrat stocks for uncertain times as interest rates rise and economic growth slows

The Federal Reserve has started to raise interest rates to counter inflation. This is a good time to take a deep look at the S&P Dividend Aristocrats. isolate stocks with the highest yields and...

Exxon Could Go Even Bigger on Its Dividend

Truist analyst Neal Dingmann wrote in a report published Thursday that Exxon looks as if it is going to generate more than enough cash to pay off debt. He upgraded his rating to Hold from Sell,...

These 12 'Dividend Aristocrat' stocks have been the best income compounders over 5 years

A look back can be useful, especially if you are looking for dividend income. One risk with selecting stocks by dividend yield is falling into a “value trap” Some of these companies focus on...

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