Of the two ways companies can return cash to shareholders – dividends and share buybacks – which is better for investors? How about a combination of both! Many companies that buy back shares also pay dividends – and the author of today’s article points out that “by including buybacks in their definition of ‘yield’, yield-seeking investors can greatly widen their opportunity set.” For 10 undervalued companies that are standouts when it comes to total shareholder yield, CLICK HERE.
“If your working career is over – or almost over – your advisor may be telling you to cut back on stocks, or exit the market entirely… Instead of ducking out on stocks, here’s a better idea: ‘go passive’ by putting at least some money in ETFs – particularly those holding companies focused on ‘shareholder yield’ or returning cash to investors through dividends and share buybacks.” In today’s article the author highlights three ETFs – including one real estate investment trust (REIT) ETF – that may be good investments for retirees and soon-to-be retirees based on dividends and buybacks. To read more, CLICK HERE.