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Warren Buffett’s Top 5 Dividend-Paying Stocks for 2015

Invest Like a BillionaireTo find the best dividend-paying stocks in 2015, it might be a good idea to see what the 20th century’s greatest investor is holding…Warren Buffett: World’s Wealthiest InvestorForbes just released its 2015 ranking of the world’s wealthiest 500 people. For Wall Street, the most interesting ones are those investors who have. Read More

Dividend-Paying Stocks: Two Companies to Beat the Risks

Dividend-Paying StocksRealistically, for a stock market that’s already gone up with big sovereign debt problems in most Western economies, as well as an upcoming change in the interest rate cycle, dividend-paying stocks may be the only returns available from equities.I find it difficult to envision capital gains from the broader market near-term. A lot. Read More

3 Dividend Stocks Yielding Over 13%

Top 3 Dividend StocksShould you have high dividend-yielding stocks in your investing portfolio? Issues in Greece have turned the markets red and show how vulnerable the global stock market is-and by extension, your retirement portfolio.To help stomach ongoing market volatility, many investors like to include a number of solid dividend-yielding stocks. Read More

Billionaire Warren Buffett’s Top 3 Dividend Stock Picks

Dividend Stock PicksWarren Buffett loves dividends stocks. While his own Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE/BRK-A) does not pay any distributions, some of his largest positions are among the best dividend-paying stocks in the market.But at over $200,000 apiece, one Class A share of Berkshire Hathaway stock is out of reach for most of investors. But by going. Read More

Top 3 Dividend Stocks for July

Dividend StocksWhat’s the one thing we know about dividend-yielding stocks? Over the long-run, they outperform their non-dividend-paying peers. This is true even more so when you take advantage of their dividend reinvestment programs (DRIP) and direct stock purchase plans (DSPP).And with tension in Greece mounting, geopolitical tensions. Read More

Best Dividend Stocks for July 2015

Dividend StocksIf you’re looking for new investment ideas, it would be worthwhile to check out the contenders for our top dividend stocks for July 2015.Stock prices are unpredictable from day to day. Dividends, in contrast, are like the Swiss trains of finance; they almost always arrive on schedule, regardless of what kind of turmoil is going on in. Read More

Google (GOOG) to Replace Exxon (XOM) as the Next Big Dividend Stock?

Google Next Big Dividend StockHow do you attract investors in an environment where it’s generally acknowledged that stocks are sorely overvalued? The one thing investors look for when it comes to added value is stocks that provide dividends. One of the most popular, Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE/XOM), pays out an annual dividend of 3.5%. Wall Street juggernaut. Read More

Dividend-Paying Stocks, You Just Might Be Surprised by this One

Dividend-Paying StocksIn a slow-growth world, finding dividend-paying stocks that also offer the potential for decent capital gains is a task. As dividends are typically paid by mature enterprises, growth rates are often led by less-than-traditional growth stocks.But this doesn’t mean that they can’t be good investments. On the contrary, in a slow-growth. Read More

Target Corporation Announces 7.7% Dividend Increase and $5.0 Billion Expansion of Share Repurchase

Target CorporationTarget Corp. (NYSE/TGT) announced an increase to its dividend and share buyback program, a sign that the struggling retailer may finally be turning around. (Source: Target, June 9, 2015.)Target’s board of directors has declared a quarterly dividend of 56 cents per common share, a 7.7 % increase from the prior quarterly dividend. Read More

HSBC to Cut 50,000 Jobs in Quest for Higher Dividends

HSBC to Cut JobsHSBC Holdings plc (NYSE/HSBC) announces that it would reduce its head count by up to 50,000 as part of a global overhaul to improve the profitability of its sprawling operations.HSBC was founded in 1865 to finance trade between Asia and the West. Today, HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial service organizations,. Read More

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