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For value and income investors, these shares have more than twice the average dividend yield of the S&P 500 Index.
This portfolio is built to hold up in any market, throw off a steady 8% dividend and pay monthly dividends, to boot.
The combination of growing dividends along with simultaneous share buybacks can be powerful.
Wealth management firms remain worthy holdings for long-term portfolios.
Venerable money management firm Legg Mason presents a great buying opportunity for investors.
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Combining stock buybacks and dividend growth has been a fairly compelling, if not controversial technique that has worked well over the past year.
All of the names are boosting dividends and share buybacks.
These advisors see long-term opportunities in the financial sector, including small-cap managers and large investment firms.
John Flannery sees progress being made on GE's initiatives, but that is what I expected him to say.
Brinker International? Not so much.
Companies as diverse as Wendy's and Boeing are among the names big into stock buybacks and raising their payouts.
This trade is based on improving fundamentals for this quality asset management company.
While it has not been a home run, high yield has certainly been a hit for investors this year, especially emerging market and energy issues
The market has cured many stressed out players, but also created new ones.
The majority of asset managers are trailing the S&P 500 so far in 2016. A big reason for that underperformance is the emergence of index funds.
U.S. futures were pricing positively ahead of July's jobs report.
With poor price action by the group and Franklin Resources digging into support, we are in no rush to catch a falling knife.
The concerns about liquidity in the high yield market are real. Nevertheless, they should not keep investors from increasing their exposure to high yield funds.
As the IMF calls a Greek bailout into question, the Shanghai Composite is down.