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Look For Steady Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Tuesday, September 06, 2011 | | 0 comments »

With the stock and bond markets as stormy as weekend visitor Hurricane Irene, stick with safe havens, including companies that generate income. U.S. or European stocks with 3 percent to 4 percent dividends are a good start. Low interest rates and inflation are eating into portfolio returns.

Dividend-generating companies can help fight the effects of low interest rates and inflation by producing income. To find dividend-yielding companies, Catherine Maniscalco Avery, of Catherine Avery Investment Management L.L.C., of New Canaan, Conn., includes criteria such as a stock-market value exceeding $1 billion, a dividend yield of at least 1.5 percent, long-term positive cash flows, and a debt-to-equity ratio of 55 percent or less.

Source: Philly.com

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