Two consumer goods giants with storied histories -- is one of them a better investment choice today?
Industrial icon General Electric has bounced higher after earnings, but there are still big reasons to be concerned about the future.
Just when A.O. Smith thought it had solved its China woes, another one popped up.
This combination of iconic names isn't living up to expectations. Here's why you shouldn't get sucked in by its over 5% yield.
Sliding crude oil prices have bruised these energy giants' shares, but that means investors today can get extra-generous dividend yields from them.
Two companies that move products around the world -- is one better positioned than the other today?
NextEra Energy isn't your typical boring utility, which could be good or bad for investors depending on what you're looking to achieve.
Things happened faster than the REIT was hoping, and now it has to lean on Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway for help.
If you're looking for stocks that won't keep you up at night, these dividend stocks can help -- and pay you relatively well at the same time.
Large, important in their sectors, and throwing off huge dividends, this pair of high yielders could be perfect for your income portfolio.
Chevron has been drilling for oil a long time. Investors should listen when the company talks about the industry's key drivers.
Two U.S. icons that are facing headwinds. Which one, if either, would be a good addition to your portfolio?
It's low-cost, it's diversified, and it's run by one of the largest and strongest asset managers on Earth. But is it right for your portfolio?
The retail apocalypse rages on, leading Tanger Factory Outlet Centers to predict another difficult year in 2020. Here's how bad it could be.
Simon is teaming up with Brookfield and Authentic Brands to rescue a big tenant. Will it work? Or is Forever 21 too far gone?
Exxon delivered on this big goal, even though low oil prices have overshadowed the success. And this is just the beginning.
Oil is in the dumps, but that may present a few bargains right now. Here's three names to consider for your portfolio.
Baker Hughes is still dealing with financially troubled GE, but the energy services giant is working to extract itself from the relationship.
These two energy services companies both come with warts, but they're on different trajectories.
Being big has its benefits, and these two high-yielding energy stocks prove that -- and pay you well at the same time.