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- By Money Morning Staff Reports - March 15, 2013
Yield-seeking investors know that holding the right dividend stocks means they get paid even if the market pulls back.
That's an enticing idea now that the Dow Jones Industrial Average is at a record high.
That's also why Money Morning Global Investing Strategist and editor of the Permanent Wealth Investor service Martin Hutchinson warns that holding only non-dividend payers could hurt investors.
"I find stocks that don't pay dividends rather alarming because there's no way of getting any return from them at all," explained Hutchinson.
His favorite dividend stocks are "heirloom stocks," a select group of 82 stocks listed on the NYSE or Nasdaq with a reliable dividend-paying history.
In the following video Hutchinson explains how to spot heirloom stocks and why they should be an important base of any portfolio. He also shares one of his favorite "heirloom" dividend stocks to buy now.
A Dividend Paying Stock for "Times Like This"
Earnings season teaches us a lot about companies - like which ones have figured out how to successfully navigate in the uncertain economic times we have now. And this earnings season has shown us that there's a dividend paying stock that has not only delivered profits but could increase its already healthy payout.
Money Morning's Shah Gilani joined Fox Business' "Varney & Co." Tuesday morning to talk about this top sin stock that can deliver consistent money to your portfolio.
"[This stock] has a 4.7% dividend yield. I think you have to like anything that provides you income and that has appreciation potential," said Gilani. "[This stock] is always on the top of my list."
This stock delivered blockbuster Q2 profits. Watch this accompanying video to hear everything Gilani has to say about this dividend paying stock that can give your portfolio some profit protection.
Six Dividend Stocks to Hold Forever
- By Martin Hutchinson, Global Investing Specialist, Money Morning
- July 18, 2012
Investor. Now there's a word you don't hear much these days. "Buy and hold," they tell us, has gone the way of the dinosaur.
Today, it's all about the fast money. In the market, out of the market... this stock, that stock...
Of course, that's perfectly fine for traders. The good ones earn small fortunes that way. But for folks who don't have that kind of experience, being nimble is simply an invitation to be whipsawed by the markets.
You may be one of them.
For instance, are you fed up with stock recommendations that only seem to last a couple of weeks?
Or do you constantly find yourself buying on a day when the market is hot, because you feel enthusiastic, only to end up selling on a bad day, because the same stock suddenly looked less attractive?
If so, there's a solution to all this day-to-day madness. Despite the rumors of its demise, there are still stocks you can buy and hold forever.
Of course, seasoned income investors have known this for years. That's why the truly rich don't spend their days watching the financial news and trading stocks. They're too smart for that.
They know that investing in steady-income producing dividend stocks is just as rewarding over the long haul.
How to Pick the Long-Term WinnersHowever, picking successful dividend-paying stocks is not as simple as buying only the stocks with the highest yield. In fact, the stocks with the highest yields are often the ones that trip up investors the most.
When it comes to buying stocks you can truly hold forever, what's important is the company's track record.
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