Are you looking for substantial high-yield dividend income? Here are some of the best deals that should be on your radar.
Utility stocks can be an excellent source of market-topping dividend income; and according to the four analysts we spoke to, these four utilities would be best suited for retirees.
The recent market slump makes it a good time to look for bargains. For dividend investors, here are three good places to start.
What do a Midwestern regional banking group, an energy holding company, and a self-storage REIT have in common? Correct -- they all lifted their payouts last week.
In just a few short years, the tobacco giant has established itself as an income producer.
GlaxoSmithKline is yielding nearly 6% on a trailing 12-month basis, but these three factors have the potential to dramatically cut its payout in the coming years.
There are few things that are more disappointing for investors than an unsustainable dividend. Income investors in these three healthcare stocks could be headed for disappointment.
A look into two diversified REITs to follow.
Last week's distribution lifters included a pair of well-known companies and a scrappy convenience store operator.
A double-digit dividend yield can be alluring to investors, but it can also be dangerous if it's not sustainable. According to three of our top analysts, these three high-yield dividend stocks could be headed for a cut.