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A recent spinoff from a Canadian exploration and production company is paying a handsome dividend that looks to be sustainable, and the payout rate is likely to grow in coming years as well as the new entity's innovative solutions take hold in North America.
Canada is often overlooked. But its economy is strong, its financial system sound, and its stocks--high-yielding ones included--are priced for value at these levels.
Natural gas prices have cratered over the past four years. But value hunters with an itch to get paid, too, will find exciting opportunities as the commodity enters its next phase.
Germany was on the defensive well before a marathon negotiating session in Brussels netted concessions to the broader EU on immediate aid to the struggling periphery.
Worried about the summer doldrums? Add zest and a rising dividend to your portfolio with the stock of this spice company.
Although income-oriented investors often bemoan market volatility, a systematic approach to building positions during downturns enhances both income and total return.
A record of consistent dividend growth based on safe, reliable operations make TransCanada Corp (TSX: TRP, NYSE: TRP) a compelling value.
Rio Tinto Ltd (ASX: RIO, NYSE: RIO) committed USD4.25 billion to iron ore development this week, amid more weak China data. So of course it's time to buy this beaten-down miner with a more-than-sustainable dividend.
This blue-chip soda maker is perfect for income investors looking for a good buy in turbulent markets.
Although most of the financial media is fixated on the European debt crisis, income investors should pay close attention to China. That’s because a strengthening Chinese economy will bolster markets along with dividend-paying names.