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Over the course of 2009 both the income stocks that our interviewees recommended and the ones we highlight in “Stocks for Income” and track in the Now Versus Then table, for the most part, have generated positive returns. More important, we avoided any dividend reductions.
As both real estate markets and the economy continue to recover, now is the time to add high-quality REITs to your portfolio
Under the capable guidance of Luz Padilla, TCW Emerging Markets Income (TGEIX) has generated impressive returns that place the fund in the top 1 percent of Morningstar’s Emerging Markets Debt category over the past 3 years.
The US-registered Amana Income (AMANX) is Sharia-compliant, meaning that it's specifically designed for investors seeking a fund that trades in accordance with Islamic principles.
Atlantic Power Corp's (TSX: ATP-U, OTC: ATPWF) interests in 14 power plants and California’s Path 15 transmission line continue to generate steadily rising monthly disbursements.
There’s more to successful income investing than buying securities with enormous yields. The secret is “income-plus.”
Third quarter earnings are mostly in. The verdict on our Income Portfolio holdings: Solid dividend coverage, strong balance sheets and robust growth prospects.
This giant of the spirits world hasn’t been immune to the downturn--business is noticeably weaker this year--but the stock offers the intoxicating combination of a sustainable, growing dividend and exposure to growing demand in emerging markets.
I’m a lot less interested in whether a company met a particular earnings projection than I am in how it’s meeting the challenges of competing in its industry or dealing with economic ups and downs.
I’d like a company I recommend to post improved numbers every quarter. That’s not necessarily earnings per share, or even distributions per share, but a group of metrics I consider to be important in gauging the health of the business.