For investors who would prefer a one-stop shop for dividend growth investing, dividend ETFs are an efficient way to do it. Here are two that look good.
Every December, we ask our contributors of Wall Street’s Best Investments and Wall Street’s Best Dividend Stocks to name their best growth and income stocks for the new year. And we are always thrilled with the vast selection—from every sector and investment style—but, with...
This financial firm beat analysts’ estimates by $0.25 last quarter, and is expected to post double-digit growth for the next five years. The shares have a current dividend yield of 6.93%, paid quarterly.
Oaktree Capital Group (OAK)
From The Turnaround Letter
Our “Top Dividend Pick” for is...
It was a rough week for the retail sector, but that doesn’t mean retailers no longer make good investment opportunities. Many of them still offer healthy share price returns in addition to regular dividend growth. Later in this article, I’ll tell you about I..
Today, I'm changing the rating on many Smart Investing stocks to Hold. These rating changes are only about share price. Other than Axiall, none of these stocks are experiencing earnings downgrades or corporate troubles. They are all undervalued growth stocks.
Dividend Detective is a website catering to income-oriented investors. It offers buy/sell recommendations and extensive background information on stocks in 15 different dividend-paying categories, such as banks, utilities, energy partnerships, closed-end funds, preferred stocks, and real estate investment trusts. Other features include: Detective...
Falling oil prices have dropped this Top Pick recommendation, but analysts forecast a target price 33% higher. The shares have a current dividend yield of 6.4%, paid quarterly.
BP PLC (BP)
from The Turnaround Letter
Our “Top Dividend Pick” for 2015 is BP plc (BP), one of world’s...