This weakness is about lack of demand, not tariffs.
Amid the potential for a worsening trade war between the U.S. and China, investors can ride out the storm in high-quality U.S. dividend stocks with modest valuations and low exposure to international markets.
An inverted yield curve and a sharp decline over the last year in the yield of the benchmark 5-year Treasury note are not signs of a healthy market.
Dividend stock investors should look to have at least some exposure to this sector.
With slower economic growth ahead, Village Super Market may provide a haven to investors looking for companies that have defensive business models and enviable dividend yields.
Investors on the hunt for safe-haven stocks need to be wary of dividend yields that look too good to be true.
The major growth catalyst for this REIT moving forward can be put simply: the aging population.
This Canadian energy name has paid dividends for over 64 years to its shareholders.
There are an array of low-risk, fixed-income opportunities to consider for investors seeking shelter from a stormy market.
The stock continues to be attractive for income investors, especially those looking for high yields above 5%.