7 DIVIDEND STOCKS Poised To Snap Back
By George Putnam
We have always liked dividend–paying stocks for three principal reasons: First, if the stock stays flat for a while, you get paid something while you wait for it to move up. Second, if the market goes down, stocks that pay dividends tend to go down less because their holders are not quite so anxious to sell them. Finally, even though dividend rates may seem low, they add up to real money over time. If you hold a stock that has a 3% dividend yield for four years, the dividend adds 12% of incremental return.
Recently, investors have been pouring into certain dividend paying stocks, particularly utilities, since actual bond yields are so low. That has pushed the prices of these bond substitutes up quite a bit over the last year or two, and I think they may be vulnerable when interest rates finally do begin to rise.
The stocks in this exclusive report, 7 Dividend Stocks Poised to Snap Back, have performed less well recently. But make no mistake, these are not lame stocks stuck in the dumpster. One stock is a $180 billion telecommunications company with a 5.4% yield poised to deliver a pop with its smart acquisitions. In the meantime, it is paying hefty dividends.
Get the name of this stock and six others in this exclusive report, 7 Dividend Stocks Poised to Snap Back.
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