Despite the fact that the two dividend-paying companies highlighted in today’s article both have durable competitive advantages, their stocks are often overlooked by dividend investors because their yields (both of which are under 3%) fall short of what many income-seeking investors are looking for. However, the author proceeds to make the case as to why income investors might be wise to stop overlooking these two dividend stocks. For more, CLICK HERE.
Avoiding dividend cuts is a critical component for most dividend investors in meeting their objectives – building a safe income stream and preserving their capital. As such, the author of today’s article outlines a number of factors to consider when it comes to assessing the safety of a given company’s dividend – and identifies some specific dividend paying companies that exhibit these features (and some that don’t). For more, CLICK HERE.
In regards to the power of dividend investing, the author of today’s article states “If I did my job of security selection well, I could afford to do nothing for years, and simply enjoy a rising stream of income from my diversified list of dividend paying companies. I would be paid for decades, for an investment decision made a long time ago.” He proceeds to assess ten dividend paying companies that have lengthy (10-year) track records of annual dividend increases. Which does he see as attractive picks, which does he see as overvalued – and which might be worth a second look on a dip? CLICK HERE.