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Wal-Mart has grossly underperformed the market over the last few years, but for long-term investors it's still a valuable investment.
This crane giant has been growing nicely and now has an activist looking to unlock even more value.
The home goods retailers have been holding up fairly well on the back of a rebounding economy.
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The number one dividend stock isn't in the U.S., and offers a more than 7% dividend yield.
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Coach has been hammered by the market and now offers a very juicy dividend yield, but will that be enough to entice investors to jump in?
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