Dividend Strategists Rewind: Tapping into Higher Dividend Opportunities in the ETF Market
The latest dividend news, strategies and investing ideas.
In this episode, Ron DeLegge @ETFguide talks with Lance McGray, Head of ETFs at Advisors Asset Management about higher dividend yield strategies in the ETF market that investors and financial advisors could be missing. You'll get insights into getting more income in a yield starved environment. Plus, you'll find out how about one under-utilized segment of the income market most have missed. READ MORE
In this article series, I present the top-ranked dividend growth stocks in each GICS sector.
My watch list for dividend growth stocks is Dividend Radar, a list of stocks trading on U.S. Exchanges with five or more consecutive years of higher dividend payments. Dividend Radar is updated and published every Friday and is available for download here. The latest edition (dated August 27, 2021) contains 754 stocks, 56 of which are in the Information Technology sector.
I use DVK Quality Snapshots to assess dividend growth stocks’ quality and a ranking system that sorts stocks in descending order by quality scores, using tie-breaking metrics when necessary. READ MORE
Welcome to another edition of my monthly series in which I pick seven high-quality dividend growth stocks for further analysis and possible investment. My watch list for selections is Dividend Radar, a list of dividend growth [DG] stocks trading on U.S. exchanges with dividend increase streaks of at least five years.
Each month, I apply different screens to narrow down the more than 750 Dividend Radar stocks. Changing the screens from month to month serves to highlight different aspects of DG investing. For example, income investors prefer higher-yielding stocks, value investors tend to look for deep discounts, and growth-oriented investors favor higher DG rates. READ MORE
I often have the feeling we forget about industrials. There is nothing sexy about them. There is often minimal stimuli to create hype on the stock market. Even worse, this sector is not seen as a source for high dividend yields. As many industries operate through unique economic cycles, there are always a few industrials for sale.
The Aerospace & Defense sector is offering you such opportunity right now. Due to their long-standing existence and packed with generous government contracts, they have built solid core businesses. Those who have survived the passage of time and found ways to evolve often make solid dividend payers. READ MORE
In this article series, I present the top-ranked dividend growth stocks in each GICS sector. To rank stocks, I sort them in descending order by quality scores, as determined by DVK Quality Snapshots. When two stocks have the same quality score, I use tie-breaking metrics to rank one stock higher than the other.
My watch list for dividend growth stocks is Dividend Radar, a list of stocks trading on U.S. Exchanges with dividend increase streaks of five or more years. Dividend Radar is updated and published every Friday and is available for download here. The latest edition (dated August 20, 2021) contains 755 stocks, 118 of which are in the Industrials sector. READ MORE
As a dividend growth investor, I look for high-quality dividend growth stocks trading at reasonable valuations. Dividend safety is an important consideration, and I prefer to invest in stocks that have a good chance of delivering solid total returns (dividends plus price appreciation).
Utilities operate in a regulated environment and often as legal monopolies, so they have predictable and stable earnings. This allows some Utilities to pay generous dividends and to increase their dividend payouts over time. READ MORE
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