Dividend Payers

“Bad Losses In Bad Times”: The Risk With Substituting Dividend Payers For Bonds In Retirement

While the author of today’s article acknowledges that there is much to make dividend-paying stocks appealing as a source of cash flow in retirement, she warns “I get nervous when retirees use them to take the place of bonds altogether. And I think retirees should get nervous, too.” What’s not to like, for retirees, about dividend payers, according to the… 

Some Attractive (And Some Not-So-Attractive) Monthly Dividend Payers

Stocks that pay a monthly dividend can be an attractive option – especially for retirees. As the author of today’s article notes, not only do monthly dividend payers provide income on a schedule that matches up with monthly bills, but monthly payouts can be a sign of a company’s stability and they allow for faster gains if those dividends are… 

The Benefits Of Monthly Dividend Payers – And A “3 Pack” To Consider For 2018

Monthly dividend payers can be especially beneficial for retirees to help cover their monthly bills – and the author of today’s article notes two additional – and perhaps overlooked – benefits of these stocks: monthly dividends are a sign of dividend safety and they allow dividend cash to be put to work faster. He proceeds to highlight three top monthly… 

Small Caps, Big Dividends: 3 Small Cap Stocks With Yields Over 5%

Today’s article notes that, with the Fed finally moving to raise interest rates, “retirees will soon be able to park their money somewhere safer than dividend-paying stocks.” However, the author does not advocate abandoning these stocks altogether, with there still being “under-the-radar dividend payers that offer considerable value for investors willing to take a little more risk.” Three such stocks…