As the tobacco name's Juul stake goes poof and nicotine restriction talks burn on, will investors eventually have to cough up their dividend hopes, too?
Here's what I'll be watching for.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
As the world moves further away from risky smoking, let's compare two high yield dividend stocks to see which is most likely to outperform.
Will these exchange-traded funds pay off or send your portfolio up in a 'PUF'?
BP, Novartis and British American Tobacco offer healthy payouts that look secure for years to come.
Altria Group is truly a diverse consumer products company that historically has withstood tough recessions.
Universal is a 5% yielding stock and it's growing its payout.
British American Tobacco is an undervalued dividend stock yielding 7%.
Is there another trade to be made?