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Aircraft lessors stand to profit handsomely when travelers and commerce once again take flight.
The Obama budget would not only extend preferential tax rates for dividends and capital gains. It would basically make them permanent, firmly establishing the principle that savings and investment be rewarded, not just for buying and selling stocks, but for holding on and collection income.
Beating expectations is the key for growing, healthy trusts converting to corporations as they set their future dividends.The good news is expectations have basically been abysmal since Halloween night 2006.
It’s time for income investors to come back to what’s historically been a mainstay of diversified portfolios.
Given the economic improvements and recovery in corporate profits, I expect this correction to ultimately offer investors an outstanding buying opportunity. Among my favorite sectors to play the upturn: energy, technology and health care.
The highest yield isn’t always the best buy. In fact, reaching for a bigger dividend is an easy way to get burned.
The secrets to Enterprise Products Partners LP's (NYSE: EPD) success are a well-managed balance sheet and a core business that’s never failed to produce a rising stream of fee-based income.
The election of Republican Scott Brown to the US Senate has reshuffled America’s political deck. And there are profound implications for income investors.
Safe, double-digit dividends aren’t as plentiful as they were a year ago. Here are three that still fit the bill.
Demand for high-yielders of quality has been heady since the markets started rallying in March 2009. That’s what spurred the Income Portfolio to a 19.2 percent return last year.