Many technology stocks don’t pay dividends at all. But that doesn’t mean the tech sector can’t be a source of high-quality, high-yield dividend stocks. Pickings may be a bit slimmer than in other sectors, but there are still plenty of options.
If you’re looking for high-yield stocks to buy, three of our contributors have some ideas. Here’s why you should consider adding these stocks to your dividend portfolio.
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Two key goals in retirement are to generate safe income and preserve capital. No one wants to outlive their nest egg.
Dividend-paying stocks are a popular asset class used to generate predictable, growing income. However, unlike the interest income paid by government-backed Treasury bonds, a common stock dividend can be far more discretionary in nature. When times get tough, a business will typically opt to reduce its dividend before jeopardizing its ability to meet its debt obligations, preserve its credit rating or invest in its long-term growth projects.
Let’s call a spade a spade. Turnaround stocks are fun. They’re even more fun when you’re able to say you bought them at — or at least near — their low because you understood the underlying story better than most other investors did.
While we’re being completely honest with ourselves though, let’s also admit that “buying on the dip” can often leave us battered, bruised and burned.
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Retirees should favor companies that operate in stable industries and offer their shareholders a predictable stream of income. So which stocks in particular can fulfill their needs? We asked a team of Motley Fool contributors to weigh in, and they picked the following stocks.
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While stock prices continue to bounce around following their tumble earlier this year, crude oil is back near new highs. In fact, despite the stock market’s super run in 2017, crude oil actually outperformed stocks starting in June. And it continues to do so here in April 2018.
That means investors have a choice during the current volatile environment for stocks. And that does not necessarily mean speculating in commodities. Energy stocks representing companies that explore, drill, produce and refine oil finally look positioned to lead the stock market to the upside.