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After a painful dividend cut in 2016, are either of these oil and gas industry players poised to outperform?
These top companies are built for the long haul.
In the battle of the top propane suppliers, there's really only one winner.
These top stocks can help your retirement portfolio keep up with the times.
And better yet, their high yields mean they pay you a lot!
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If you're in retirement -- or nearing it -- you may want to buy high-yielding stocks like these.
A top concern for the company has been resolved...at least for now. But the industry is still in trouble.
These two oil industry giants are underperforming the broader stock market and having a lousy 2018. So which one looks like a better buy?
There are some investments that simply aren't worth it. Here are three that I don't plan to buy anytime soon.
You can feel safe investing in these top stocks...and then forgetting all about them.
The best-known stocks aren't always the best stocks, especially where dividends are concerned.
Why wait 3 months for that dividend payment when you can invest in Pembina Pipeline and Vermillion Energy.
Tesla has been a huge outperformer, but its valuation is sky-high. Here are three other options for those worried about buying at the top.
The industrial conglomerate is being punished by the stock market, while this sector is heating up. Why not switch?
These companies' strong payouts have stood the test of time, and they have good values to match.
Everyone loves a bargain, and these energy industry stocks look like great buys right now.