I want investments representing decades of previous dividend payments, potential future dividend increases, and generating a reliable yield on my capital.
Investors getting close to retirement generally want two things from their portfolio: income and stability.
BAC's Q2 earnings report this week should offer signs of optimism. With the latest round of capital stress tests in the rear view mirror, the company can focus on lifting the quarterly dividend once again.
The combination of long-term dividend growth and high yield is very unusual for this elite group.
These REITs collectively create a portfolio of investments with exposure to healthcare, commercial real estate, office buildings, industrials, and mortgages/lending.
I’m closing this two part series with my “favorite” bias along with tricks to overcome the short-cuts your brain built in your investment process.
These REITs come from the mortgage, commercial real estate and healthcare sectors.
"Emotions taint our judgment and have us do things that don’t really make sense."
Some ideas on how to get more income in a yield starved environment. Plus, you'll find out about one under-utilized segment of the income market most have missed.
These dividend growth stocks are my top-ranked Consumer Discretionary sector picks, and most of them are discounted right now.
These dividend growth stocks are my top-ranked Communication Services sector picks, and most of them are discounted right now.