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AT&T Investors Should Expect A Higher Dividend Increase This December

AT&T (T) has been considered a solid, defensive income stock for decades. This company has seen a lot of history – from aggressive growth to a split-up of the company and back to renewed consolidation. Through it all, it has created shareholder value, both by way of dividends and by way of an increasing stock […]

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3 “Strong Buy” Dividend Stocks Yielding 5% — Or More

The S&P 500 stock index has famously averaged a return of just under 10% over the past near-century — a great rate in an economy where the average bank account is still paying just 0.05%!Of course, even 10% is just the average. Some stocks go up more than that, some go up less. Some years […]

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Time to Buy Value Stocks?

What an interesting fourth quarter it’s been so far! While the stock market has hit new record high after record high, the leadership behind the rally is different. What do I mean by that? This time it’s not growth stocks, but value stocks leading the charge.This isn’t because value stocks are the better investments. Rather, it’s […]

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The 8 Best Cash Cow Stocks to Buy for Stable Returns

One of the most popular investment strategies is to focus on fast-charging growth companies. The appeal, of course, is that you can get in on the ground floor of a paradigm-shifting industry. But remember the adage cash is king. The most dependable stocks to buy are usually what people call “cash cows.”While no one will criticize […]

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Should Investors Sell Google Stock on Project Nightingale News?

Alphabet shares just last week made new highs, at near $1,323. But they’ve been under pressure since, even as the Nasdaq touched records on Tuesday.While Alphabet stock might simply be losing some steam after a big run, reports, particularly investigations of its health-care-data partnership Project Nightingale, shouldn’t help matters.With the latest news, Alphabet again finds […]

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3 ‘Strong Buy’ Tech Stocks Flying Under the Radar

Tech heavy weights have undoubtedly revolutionized the world we live in. Household names like Apple (AAPL) and Microsoft (MSFT) are widely considered to be disruptive forces in the industry, offering innovative approaches with their respective products. This is perhaps why investors will often turn to these more well-known tech giants when searching for investments capable […]

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3 Dividend Stocks to Buy for Under $10

“Cheap” stocks aren’t necessarily the best cheap stocks to buy. And dividend stocks, even those with a high payout, aren’t necessarily safe. A low share price attracts some investors. So does a high dividend. But both can actually be signs of danger.After all, a stock under $10 almost always has declined a long way to […]

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Apple: Nibbling At The Edges For 10% To 14% Yields

Apple (AAPL) has been on a royal tear this year, rising 63% so far in 2019, vs. 22.88% for the S&P 500 and ~37% for the Technology Select SPDR Fund:Earnings:Fiscal Q4 ’19, (period ending 9/30/19), revenue growth was 1.81%, a bit higher than fiscal Q3 ’19’s 1% revenue growth. Net income declined -3.11%, while diluted […]

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3 Software Stocks That Still Look Terrible

In a world where stock indexes are marching to new highs daily, bullish-leaning articles are en vogue. But today we’re taking the road less traveled and spotlighting three software stocks to sell. Or at least stay away from. Their charts are deteriorating and have the bears’ paw prints all over them.Three months ago, software stocks […]

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Goldman Sachs Says These 3 Buy-Rated Stocks Are Primed for Growth

With the S&P 500 at record highs, investors are facing an unusual problem: too many places to put their money. A strong jobs report and good news on the US-China trade front have helped to boost the markets; as noted by investment bank Goldman Sachs, in the last week of October over $6.1 billion went […]

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