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Top 10 Dividend Stocks To Own For 2018

Back in February, in my inaugural article here on Seeking Alpha, I suggested a buy/write of Fly Leasing (FLY) as a possible strategy for the Irish company. A few days back, I listened to the earnings conference call released last week, and my analysis remains the same.

More Good – Though Under Some Pressure – Performance

On the value front, the balance sheet and income....More>>>

Best Dividend Stocks To Invest In Right Now

More often than not, when a company’s dividend starts approaching 10%, it’susually a sign that the market expects the payout to head lower in the very near future. However, for Summit Midstream Partners (NYSE:SMLP), that doesn’t appear to be the case. That’s because the pipeline and processing company can cover its payout with plenty of room to spare. In fact, it could actually....More>>>

Top 5 Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2018

Chairman, CEO & President of American Assets Trust Inc (NYSE:AAT) Ernest S Rady bought 15,034 shares of AAT on 12/08/2017 at an average price of $38.47 a share. The total cost of this purchase was $578,358.

American Assets Trust Inc is a self-administered real estate investment trust based in the United States. The company mainly invests in, operates, and develops retail, office, residential,....More>>>

Top 10 Dividend Stocks To Invest In Right Now

Forgive the cheesy title but it is a legitimate question. Ellington Residential Mortgage REIT (NYSE:EARN) is a name that I have argued that you need to know about. Although I was caught somewhat by surprised by some dividend cuts, the cash flows and core earnings seemed to be covering the payouts. That said, I see the dividends as secure. Now, it has been over 6 months since I have checked in on....More>>>

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Illinois Tool Works (NYSE:ITW) has a strong management team and a history of growth that makes it a smart buy. It offers a dividend similar to the 10 year treasury and a buyback program making it a possible retirement stock.

About The Company

Illinois Tool operates a diverse industrial business with seven segments. These range from automotive and welding products to construction....More>>>

Top 10 Dividend Stocks To Own For 2018

We’re still in the wake of calendar 2017’s first earnings season. So it wasn’t surprising to see a raft of dividend raises last week, especially considering that this year has already been stuffed with lifts from every conceivable type of company.

Here are three notables out of last week’s crop.

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Top Dividend Stocks To Own For 2018

Chairman, President & CEO of Mckesson Corp (NYSE:MCK) John H Hammergren sold 225,000 shares of MCK on 09/22/2017 at an average price of $151.67 a share. The total sale was $34.1 million.

McKesson Corp provides medicines, pharmaceutical supplies, information and care management products and services across the healthcare industry. It operates with two segments namely McKesson Distribution....More>>>

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Industrial stocks, materials stocks and stocks of companies that work on major infrastructure projects have also been on a tear since the U.S. election, observes Chloe Lutts Jensen, editor of Cabot Dividend Investor.

Donald Trump has cleared the way for two major oil pipelines, promised to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and reiterated his pledge to reduce environmental regulation....More>>>

Top Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2018

The hunt for yield continues in a persistently low-interest-rate environment.

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High-yield dividend stocks sometimes exists because of a deterioration in the fundamentals of a company that puts downward pressure on the stock price, but sometimes such instances of overly negative pressure offer up an opportunity where the underlying business can be purchased at....More>>>

Best Dividend Stocks To Buy Right Now

I have some bad news for you…   Stocks could struggle – for as long as two years – after the presidential election next week.   It won't be because of Hillary or Donald's bad political ideas.   It all comes down to the lessons of history we've learned from elections.   You see, politics have a surprisingly large effect on financial markets…....More>>>