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Typically coveted for high growth, the technology sector now wears the crown for the sector with the largest share of dividends paid. We examine this trend and show you the best way to play it.
Investors who depend on dividends for retirement income are anxious about the election’s impact on dividend stocks. However, fears that dividend-paying stocks could suffer a massive selloff are overblown.
Safety and stability are complemented nicely by solid dividend growth, as Canada's Big Six banks post good numbers and spread their wealth to shareholders.
Stable, high-dividend stocks with direct investment plans, or DRIPs, are an income investor’s best friend. Here’s a roundup of the cream of the crop.
The war on obesity is starting to heat up. Here are two stocks that will cash in as more Americans look to cut their waistlines.
Although an appeals court ruling granted coal companies a slight reprieve this week, the power industry’s inexorable shift toward cheap natural gas is likely to continue at least until the end of the decade, as the US lacks the necessary infrastructure to export its abundance of natural gas overseas.
This dividend-paying biotechnology stock is a great investment cure for the summer doldrums.
Although utilities investors should always monitor the actions of regulators, an election year can be an especially treacherous time for the industry. That’s because essential services companies offer easy targets for politicians hoping to curry favor with the electorate.
Pervasive drought and water shortages, combined with a volatile broader market, make this an opportune time to invest in solid utilities that provide water-related services.
One of the three companies we teased in July as new additions to Canadian Edge coverage as of the August issue has posted an impressive gain--and impressive operating results--since our initial writeup. The other two arent' too shabby, either.