Dividend Stocks

Investing in dividend stocks for retirement is excellent. However, you need to know what to look out for. Past performance and current dividend yields aren’t necessarily indicators of future performance!  Union Pacific (UNP): Railroad traffic could be set for a multi-year decline as economic activity slows. Furthermore, UNP stock exhibits a stretched payout ratio.  ARK Innovation
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The article covers three dividend-paying large-cap stocks to buy this month Pfizer (NYSE:PFE): Massive growth runway for its coronavirus vaccine and pill after two blockbuster years Vornado Realty Trust (NYSE:VNO): Office occupancy rates are rising, leading to robust profits International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM): Hybrid cloud offers incredible upside potential Simon Property Group (NYSE:SPG): Cash flow
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Adding defensive healthcare stocks can be a great way to ride out continued volatility in the market. AbbVie (ABBV): Investors are overreacting to this venerable big pharma company’s recent earnings report. Amgen (AMGN): An established biotech company with a high forward dividend yield (3.33%). Baxter International (BAX): A reasonably-priced medical products provider on track to
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Business development companies (or BDCs) offer generous yields to income investors. Great Elm Capital (GECC) is a BDC that makes loans and middle market investments. Newtek Business Service (NEWT) provides financial and business services to small and medium-sized businesses in the U.S. Capital Southwest (CSWC) offers credit and private equity investments in middle market companies,
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With stability becoming a major concern under present volatile conditions, these high-yielding dividend stocks to buy offer much-needed comfort. Rio Tinto (RIO): Featuring a yield of nearly 12% and a relevant business, RIO deserves a long look among dividend stocks to buy. China Petroleum & Chemical (SNP): While suffering from the pandemic and severe geopolitical
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Ford Motor (F) stock fell on earnings that looked good under the hood. To become a tech stock, Ford must go to war against itself. Dividend investors are still the biggest winners in F stock. Source: D K Grove / Shutterstock.com Ford Motor (NYSE:F) bulls tried to make it a tech stock last year. They
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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sparked interest in agriculture stocks. Archer-Daniels-Midland (ADM): Archer-Daniels-Midland is the largest publicly traded farmland product company in the U.S. Deere (DE): Deere is a top name in the manufacturing of farm equipment. Scotts Miracle-Gro (SMG) : A leading provider of consumer lawn and garden products, Scotts Miracle-Gro offers many household names.
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Quality dividend stocks like these can see portfolios through good times and bad. Buy these and hold them forever. AbbVie (ABBV): 3.64% forward yield. The market is overreacting to recent news with this pharmaceutical giant. Best Buy (BBY): 3.86% forward yield. An economic slowdown may not affect its ability to keep raising its dividend. ConAgra
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Devon Energy (DVN) – Play the higher energy prices with this producer Gilead Sciences (GILD) – Rich pipeline a catalyst beyond Covid-19 drugs Honda Motor (HMC) – Strong electric vehicle plans through the year 2040 Manulife Financial (MFC) – Strong insurance business and cash flow growth Rio Tinto (RIO) – Rising metal prices to lift
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As rising inflation takes a bite out of household purchasing power, these dividend ETFs could help mitigate the crisis. SPDR S&P Dividend ETF (SDY): Features a healthy portfolio of relevant big blue chips. ProShares S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats ETF (NOBL): Geared toward established secular businesses, NOBL may prove resilient. iShares Core High Dividend ETF (HDV):
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