It's a battle between AT&T and Verizon, both strong names and solid investments, and both winners for investors.
Despite its rally, Royal Dutch Shell remains attractive thanks to its generous dividend and its expected 5-year total return.
The shares have rallied above the rising 200-day moving average line.
These names are among our favorite Dividend Achievers, those companies with at least a decade of dividend growth.
The supermarket operator could see its technical signs improve after posting its second-quarter results.
With the broader market becoming more fully valued, the utility sector offers attractive candidates for income-oriented investors.
Here we'll compare oil stocks: Exxon Mobil vs. Chevron.
Something that should never go out of fashion is buying stocks with excellent potential for future gains.
This portfolio has returned 305.6% since its inception in 2007.
Leggett & Platt raised its dividend in August to a new payout of $1.68 per share annually, good for the 50th consecutive year of dividend increases.