These two companies generate plenty of cash flow to sustain -- and grow -- their dividend payouts for years to come.
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The business is profitable, investing in the future, and pays a healthy annual dividend yielding 5%. Shares look like a bargain, too.
These growth stocks are trading at reasonable prices -- exactly the kind of investment the investing guru sought.
WRK earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
These businesses are turning wasteful consumption into long-term value for shareholders and the planet.
Investors in their later years might want to give these income payers a closer look.
One great growth stock and one great income stock to anchor your portfolio's long-term performance.
An energy infrastructure giant, an engineered paper leader, and a tech behemoth are intriguing options for yield-seeking investors.
The business delivered strong revenue growth in the fiscal second quarter of 2019, while making progress on post-merger cost savings.
WRK earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.