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It’s 14 months and counting since Canada announced income trusts will be taxed as corporations beginning in 2011. But our neighbor to the north is still working for our seven Growth and Income Portfolio picks.
You don’t have to be a professional analyst to perceive the panic in this market. Any company showing any vulnerability to a possible US recession is sold off. Any stock that sells off is at risk of a waterfall drop, as panicky investors leap out before they look to see what caused the selling. And on days when the public is especially pessimistic, virtually every stock takes a hit.
Verizon Communications’ proposed spinoff and merger of rural phone lines in New England with FairPoint Communications will be reworked to satisfy concerns of Vermont regulators.
Variety doesn’t just add spice to your portfolio. It’s the best way to guard against the unexpected, as well as emotionally wrought investment decisions.
There’s still one trading day left in 2007. But for income investors, the key lessons from what was quite a tumultuous year are already in focus, as is how we can use them for a prosperous 2008.
TEPPCO Partners’ utility-like pipelines and other high-quality assets insulate its rising distribution stream from the economy’s ups and downs.
You name it: From preferred stocks and limited partnerships to closed-end bond funds and oil and gas income trusts, investors have dumped most high-yield investments during the second half of 2007.
Verizon Communications will open its wireless network to other companies' devices by mid-2008.
Business strength: That’s ultimately what shapes returns for every investment you own. And it’s what ensures quality stocks subjected to severe market maulings always recover, so long as they keep making money and paying distributions.
Up: High-quality bonds, utility stocks, Super Oils, select convertible preferred shares, infrastructure-related limited partnerships and nonenergy-producing Canadian trusts.