In the battle of the beverages, find out whether Coca-Cola or PepsiCo. is truly the better dividend stock.
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The international tobacco giant has a short history, but a great pedigree for treating dividend investors right.
Coca-Cola has been among the top dividend stocks in the market for decades; but is it a buy now? Find out here.
Investing in dividend stocks might appear easy, but not all dividends are really pulling their weight. After biopharmaceutical giants Amgen and AbbVie face off, find out which company is really the better dividend stock for investors.
Annaly Capital Management may be the most recognizable mortgage REIT, but I believe these two REITs are better stocks for your portfolio.
Despite a strong 2014, high dividend yielding mortgage REITs are still trading at very favorable valuations. I'll dig into three and find the best cheap stock with a big dividend.
S&P 500 companies paid out $91.5 billion in dividends last quarter. Unfortunately, not all dividend stocks are created equally. Let's examine two of Big Pharma's highest-yielding stocks to determine which is the better dividend stock.
U.K.-based Big Pharma stocks GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca have some of the juiciest dividends within the healthcare sector; but how sustainable are these yields? Find out which of these two is the better dividend stock.
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