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I'm the lead investment research analyst for income and dividend investing at Investors Alley, an independent investment research service. My primary role is editor of The Dividend Hunter, an investment advisory delivering research on income investments with double digit growth in share ... more

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This Year Dividend Payouts Are Expected To Pass The $500 Billion Mark For The First Time 
Big-name growth stocks have powered the gains 2019 and first few days of this year. That will not always be the way the stock market rolls.
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The Dangers Of Managed Fund Distributions And How To Spot Funds In Trouble
Many closed-end funds have managed distribution policies. Who wouldn’t want to own a fund that pays monthly dividends with a great yield?
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These 3 Underperformers Of 2019 Could Deliver Big Gains In 2020
At the end of 2018, the CNN Fear & Greed Index stood at one on a scale of 1 to 100. A rating close to zero is an indication of Extreme Fear. The index finished 2019 at 99 and is still elevated at 91, a rating that indicates Extreme Greed.
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Look For These 5 Energy Stocks To Raise Dividends In January
Now that the book is closed on 2019, next up for the stock market will be individual company earnings reports for the fourth quarter and full year. I recommend dividend-paying stocks based on the fundamental strengths if the underlying businesses.
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Buy My Top 2 High-Yield Dividend Picks For 2020
Here are 2 picks for 2020, one aggressive stock and one conservative stock.
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Sell These 3 Top Retail Investments Likely To Cut Dividends In 2020
Dividend-paying stocks with very high yields are priced that way to price in the probability of a dividend cut. The higher the yield, the greater the potential for a dividend reduction, at least in the opinion of the investing public.
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Energy 'Experts' Are Wrong Again! Take This Opportunity To Lock In 20% MLP Yields
5 years ago

Susan good question. My first thought is that crude is a global commodity, so overall pricing is not that dependent on U.S. production. We will see how it goes from here. The upstream MLPs have moved up nicely since I wrote this article.

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