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A sovereign debt scare in Europe has stoked fears of new global lending freeze and a relapse into recession.
Bell Aliant Regional Communications Income Fund (TSX: BA-U, OTC: BLIAF) will cut its distribution when it converts to a corporation in 2011. The solid rural telco will still yield north of 7 percent.
Atmos Energy (NYSE: ATO) continued to grow during the recession--and it cut debt and raised the dividend, too.
Steady Pembina Pipeline Income Fund (TSX: PIF-U, OTC: PMBIF) is the best way to play Canada's oil sands, the largest reserves on the planet outside Saudi Arabia.
Where do investors go from here? My answer is the same as it’s been since before the fall of Lehman Brothers: high-yielding stocks backed by solid businesses.
The recent pullback marks a buying opportunity for our favorite MLPs.
This week's market crash, in the wake of BP's (NYSE: BP) disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, is an opportunity to consider again that solid businesses will weather all manner of uncertainty.
This multi-sector bond fund is one of Benjamin Shepherd's favorites and should continue to perform regardless of what the future holds.
Great Plains Energy (NYSE: GXP) is bringing a significant power plant project in on time and on budget. This, coupled with a low payout ratio, spells Great Plains' exit from the Dividend Watch List.
A motivated seller, E.ON, found an enthusiastic buyer, PPL Corp. Who wins and who loses on the sale of E.ON’s Kentucky-based assets? What of also-ran bidders such as Duke Energy?