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|Subject: Dividend-Paying Stocks (Morningstar)||Date: 9/18/2012 11:56 AM|
|Author: kelbon||Number: 7502 of 10032|
Here's a good article from Morningstar on dividend yielding stocks.
Dividend-Paying Stocks Continue to Garner Attention
By Gaston F. Ceron
Not only does the author list the top 10 dividend-yielding stocks of their "ultimate stock pickers", but it touches on:
—The asset class of choice for many investors is still taxable low-yielding bonds.
—On the whole REITs, telecoms, utilities, and tobacco stocks are full valued.
—Why buy-backs are usually a poor substitute for dividends.
—Taxes on dividends and capital gains.
—The author's current favorite dividend stocks, and why: Chevron, General Mills, Royal Dutch Shell, and PSEG.
—The author's prime candidates for dividend cuts including: Pitney Bowes, RR Donnelly, Avon, and "specialty financials."
—What to expect for dividend payout increases going forward.
And, the top 10 dividend-yielding stocks of their "ultimate stock pickers" are:
VOD, GSK, COP, LLY, NVS, MRK, INTC, PFE, SYY, AND PM.
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