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Are you a dividend investor? Whether you’re interested in trusted dividend aristocrats or looking to learn the ins and outs of dividend investing, we have you covered with dividend analysis from across the markets.

Starbucks

How Strong was Starbucks’s Brew in 2019?

Starbucks (SBUX) stock appreciated 36.5% in 2019. Plus, the stock beat the benchmark S&P 500 Index, which surged 28.9% last year.
Hasbro

How did Hasbro and Mattel Fare in 2019?

Hasbro (HAS) and Mattel (MAT) stocks surged 30% and 35.6% in 2019, respectively. Both stocks beat the benchmark S&P 500 Index that rose 28.9% in 2019.
top utility stocks

Analysts’ Ratings on Top Utility Stocks for 2020

Utility stocks rose more than 22% in 2019. Can they continue their climb in 2020? And how do Wall Street analysts look at them right now?
energy stocks oil exxon mobil chevron bp shell

The Best Dividend-Yielding Energy Stocks for 2020

Energy stocks have risen marginally in 2019. Though these stocks have underperformed the market, their dividend yields have outperformed it.
HP stock

HP Stock: Analyzing Its Dividend Yield and Outlook

HP (HPQ) stock hasn't performed remarkably this year. However, the company has been regularly rewarding shareholders.
CenturyLink

A Look at CenturyLink’s Dividend Yield and Outlook

CenturyLink (CTL) stock was at $13.16 on December 24. This is down 0.23% from the previous session. However, CenturyLink generates robust free cash flow.
AT&T

Will Debt Affect AT&T’s Dividend Yield?

Will AT&T's (T) debt affect its dividends?  The company ended Q3 with short-term debt of $11.6 billion while its long-term debt stood $153.6 billion.
Consumer Dividend

10 Consumer Stocks for Consistent Dividend Income

In addition to boosting dividends, many consumer stocks saw stellar growth in 2019. Most of these companies outperformed the benchmark index YTD.
top utility stocks

Analyzing the Dividend Profiles of Top Utility Stocks

Among the top utility stocks, NextEra Energy offers a yield of 2.1%, the lowest among its peers. Regulated utility Southern Company (SO) yields 4%.