These picks should be more immune from volatility in the sector.
News & Analysis: Enbridge
This trio of energy companies offers yields more than three times that of the S&P 500.
These companies boast low-risk business models and strong finance profiles, which will help insulate them from the next recession.
This out-of-favor sector is filled with big yields and solid companies, many with decades of annual dividend hikes under their belts.
Worried about a market meltdown? There are still ways to make money, especially with these recession-resistant companies.
The midstream energy company is nearly done bringing its dividend yield back in line with its peers, but there's less clarity about what comes next.
These dividend stocks pay high yields and can be a great way to add cash flow to your portfolio.
Canada, Belgium, and Israel have businesses that investors should keep an eye on.
Which of these two top yielders in the oil and gas industry is more likely to outperform?
The high-yielding Canadian energy-infrastructure company has lots of growth coming down the pipeline.