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Two Cheap Dividend Stocks With Yields Over 6%

Typically, when markets are down, stocks that generate income through dividend payouts are more sought-after by investors. That was the case during the 2022 bear market, as a record amount of money flowed into dividend-producing exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Dividend stocks cooled off in 2023 as the stock market roared back and investors piled into technology stocks and other growth names.

It is hard to predict what the markets will do this year, but the consensus among experts calls for more muted performance from stocks. That could make stocks that generate high yield dividends more in demand in 2024 than they were last year. Here are two low-priced stocks with high dividend yields that should deliver in 2024.

This post appeared at Dividend Stocks Research.