Dividends4Life: High-Yield Dividend Stocks To Avoid

High-Yield Dividend Stocks To Avoid

Posted by D4L | Monday, February 27, 2012 | | 0 comments »

Dividend stocks are an investor's security blanket during periods of market instability, relieving some pressure to make every stock picked a rock-solid growth story for years to come. Instead, dividend stocks offer shareholders a reliable revenue stream that can help make rocky times feel, well, not quite so rocky.

The following three widely held companies are examples of high-dividend stocks with shaky futures that are better left untouched: SuperValu (5.2% Yield), AstraZeneca (6.2% Yield) and RadioShack (6.7% Yield). Meanwhile, there are companies with exceedingly low payout ratios that have the means to give investors a much-deserved dividend hike.

Source: MSN Money

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