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Top 10 Dividend Stocks To Own For 2018


Today, Im going to warn you about five stocks with yields of 7% or more that should be avoided at all costs. They are my next dividend disaster candidates that are likely to either reduce their payouts, or lose 20% or more in price, or both.

Big current yields have nothing to do with safety. Consider these year-to-date performances from high-yielding companies that started....More>>>

Best Dividend Stocks To Invest In Right Now

Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel,  Raymond James Financial, Inc. (NYSE:RJF), CubeSmart (NYSE:CUBE), and DuPont Fabros Technology, Inc. (NYSE:DFT) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective upcoming dividends on 6/29/17.

Raymond James Financial will pay its quarterly dividend of 22 cents per share on 7/17/17, CubeSmart will pay its quarterly dividend....More>>>

Best Canadian Stocks For 2018

It looks like activist investor Bill Ackman is putting the proceeds from his Canadian Pacific (NYSE:CP) sale to work in a completely different space. Ackman’s Pershing Square Capital now has a 9.9% stake in Chipotle (NYSE:CMG). Ackman is now its second largest shareholder.

The writing was on the wall as well, where Ackman has gone out of his way to mention his love of CMG. Recall that....More>>>

Top Canadian Stocks To Own For 2018

In my post yesterday, I mentioned that investors with advisors – even run-of-the-mill ones – often do better than DIY investors, mainly because they’re following the program set by their advisor, and the advisor is following the program in which he or she was trained, which is to, well, stick with the program – in markets both good and bad.

I happened to run across....More>>>

Top Dividend Stocks To Buy Right Now

With 2016 now in the books, investors can now look ahead for 2017. Market shifts are already underway, and the year’s economic waters remain uncharted as we look to the potential effects of the new administration. Most market analysts agree that 2017 will be another positive year for growth, but, as is typically the case, new developments often create new pitfalls and potential volatility....More>>>