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But who’s to say the rater is any more prescient now than it was, say, before Enron or a plethora of mortgage backed securities imploded.
Dividend-paying equities backed by solid businesses will prove their value and build wealth over time, whatever comes out of leftfield.
Trying to time the market? Focus instead on business quality. That's the best gauge of long-term dividend sustainability.
High yields can be found among utility stocks, but it pays for the long-term to understand what's going on at the operational level and to know who's signing the dividend checks.
AT&T’s (NYSE: T) deal to buy Deutsche Telekom’s (OTC: DTEGY) T-Mobile USA unit will make it the No. 1 wireless carrier in America.
Here’s how to manage your portfolio in light of information emerging from Japan.
Dynegy (NYSE: DYN) has seen the view from the highest peaks, during the pre-Enron energy trading days, and the lowest valleys, including a brush with bankruptcy. But its shareholders couldn’t appreciate the vision offered by the billionaire investor.
Whether it's Canada or Australia, dividend investors looking to build wealth for the long term will find plenty of solid businesses operating in both former territories of the British Empire.
There’s a necessary distinction to be made between relevant geopolitics and irrelevant domestic partisanship when it comes to making investment decisions.
Earnings season and the expectations game bring a lot of jagged movement for stocks. Don't get flushed out of worthy position because you employed what purports to be a "risk management" tool.