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Dividend Stocks With Safe Yields

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, February 01, 2012 | | 0 comments »

Recently, it has become a trend in the stock market that whenever it shows promising signs of an upward movement, something or the other disrupts the precarious balance and causes a chain reaction with all the stocks tumbling down like a house of cards. Experienced stock investors have learned never to put all their eggs in the same basket, and have made it a rule of thumb to make simultaneous investments in different stock companies.

Here, I review five companies that, in my view, will continue to pay dividends in the year 2012. My assessment is based on margins, the dividend rate, the earnings outlook and the current payout ratio. Use my analysis as a starting point for more research before investing in these stocks: Nokia (NOK), Bank of America (BAC), Annaly (NLY), Alcoa Inc. (AA) and Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK).

Source: Seeking Alpha

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