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Tupperware Brands (TUP): 20 Years of Uninterrupted Dividends and a 4.6% Yield, But How Safe is the Payout?

While interest rates are slowly rising, they remain at historically low levels. As a result, many income-focused investors continue to search for the best high dividend stocks to meet their long-term investing needs.   High dividend stocks can be an appealing way to fund a portion of retirement through dividends rather than the selling of shares, but [...]

November 9th, 2017|Dividend Stocks, High Yield|

Lockheed Martin (LMT): A Solid Dividend Grower At The Right Price

Wide moat industrial stocks, such as defense contractor Lockheed Martin (LMT), often make excellent long-term dividend growth stocks.   In fact, Lockheed Martin is a dividend achiever with 15 straight years of consecutive dividend increases under its belt. Even better, the stock has managed to grow its payout at an impressive average annual rate of 10% over [...]

November 9th, 2017|Dividend Stocks|

STORE Capital (STOR): Warren Buffett Bought 10% of This Lesser-Known REIT

Real Estate Investment Trusts, or REITs, are a popular way for regular investors to participate in commercial real estate.   Generous yields, relatively low volatility, and steady dividend growth can make certain REITs some of the best high dividend stocks for investors seeking retirement income and capital preservation.   This is why larger, famous REITs, such as [...]

November 9th, 2017|REIT|

AT&T (T): Is The Highest-Yielding Dividend Aristocrat A Value Trap Or A Bargain?

When it comes to safe and consistent dividend growth, few companies have done it better than the dividend aristocrats, S&P 500 companies with 25+ consecutive years of payout increases under their belt.   Of these impressive dividend growers, AT&T (T) stands tall above all the rest with a 5.9% dividend yield. When combined with the [...]

November 3rd, 2017|Dividend Aristocrats, High Yield|

High Dividend Stocks: 36 High Yield Stocks for Income – November 2017 Update

High dividend stocks appeal to many investors living off dividends in retirement because their high yields provide generous income.   Many of the highest paying dividend stocks offer a high yield in excess of 4%, and some even yield 10% or more.   However, not all high yield dividend stocks are safe. Let’s review what [...]

November 1st, 2017|Dividend Stocks, High Yield|