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By Matt Doiron
With interest rates low, more attention is being drawn to income investing - investing in bonds with substantial coupon payments and in stocks with substantial dividend yields. Capital invested in this strategy does not tend to appreciate much, but it generally does not decrease either and the investor can live off the interest without having to worry too much about disruptions to their cash flow.
Richard Shaw (QVM Group) submits: Low bond yields and the prospect of bond losses as interest rates rise have put much attention on dividend stocks as an alternative source of investment income. How important has dividend income bee... Read Post
By Insider Monkey: By Matt Doiron With interest rates low, many saves and investors are looking at dividend stocks as potential sources of income or in general as sources of yield. Billionaire Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors is oft... Read Post
Insider Monkey, your source for free insider trading data, published an article last week showing how dividend yielding stocks beat the stock market by 5.4% when 10-year interest rates are below 2.5%. Investing in dividend stocks se... Read Post