Fear-mongering over risk of BBB credits was immensely exaggerated and hurt many people's returns.
The company intends to return up to 70% of its annual free cash flow to shareholders, through some combination of regular dividends, special dividends, and/or share repurchases.
GM and Ford have identical business models, but they are different stocks.
This company has raised its dividend each year for an impressive 62 consecutive years.
Look no further than Europe for why the Fed has make this shift.
The three offer high levels of dividend income, potential for strong total returns and invest in assets I like.
The Oracle of Omaha's instructions for his wife's eventual inheritance offer some valuable lessons.
The bank, which has increased its dividend 38 years in a row, would be a Dividend Aristocrat but for the fact that it is not in the S&P 500 Index.
Economic signs point to slower growth, not a recession, in 2019.
Buying Dividend Aristocrats can be a great, long-term play for income investors.