|Day Low/High||67.31 / 68.97|
|52 Wk Low/High||56.33 / 72.55|
These names are a favored play for growth and income in an improving economic environment.
I think that when I see the kind of across the board give up as we have today, I think it's healthy not toxic.
Realty Income isn't the highest yielding REIT around, but it offers sustainable dividends, and here's why.
The S&P 500 has added these companies to the Dividend Aristocrats class of 2020.
Every investment portfolio should include a core of equities that offer reliable long-term capital growth, as well as a steady income flow.
These names offer a high degree of safety and income in an uncertain market, and should get a boost from the Fed's dovish stance on interest rates.
Income-seeking investors on the hunt for stocks that pay out monthly dividends will not be disappointed, with some solid firms to choose from.
Dividend reinvestment plans (DRIPs) are compound interest to the extreme. Here are an expert's top-10 DRIP stocks for 2019.
Rest easy. 582 consecutive monthly dividends, 99 dividend raises since its IPO in 1994.
These names performed well in Q4, but what does the coming year hold, and which ones could run further?
These top picks provide exposure to outlet centers, healthcare facilities, student housing and self-storage facilities.
With prices digging into long-term support I have less confidence that prices will make a lasting low here.
If you'd like payments more often than quarterly, here are some recommendations.
These five stocks could be your best bets in 2017.
Defense stocks, like Lockheed Martin, will likely continue to be in favor says Huntington Bank's Chief Investment Officer John Augustine.
The market is flat as we approach the trading day's final hours. Oil is selling off today, with West Texas Intermediate right under $52 a barrel now. As a result, energy is one of the stock market's weakest sectors. I saw a good interview with Jeff...
Tired of being outbid on every Manhattan apartment you are interested in buying? Well, things are looking up.
The pattern looks clear in stocks, bonds and sovereign debt.
REITs are rocketing higher this year because investors are still searching for yield and REITs are less impacted by rising rates than bonds.
I want to thank all who read and participated in today's discussions. By Bret Jensen It has been a fun day filling in for Doug Kass. Lots of lively conversation despite a relatively flat market today. I want to thank all who read and participated in...