Dividends4Life: What To Do With Your Money

What To Do With Your Money

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, April 18, 2012 | | 0 comments »

The market may have just logged five straight days of losses, but that doesn't mean investors should abandon stocks just yet, says Bob Doll, chief equity strategist at BlackRock (BLK). "Stocks have advanced very far, very quickly and we would not be surprised to see some sort of consolidation or setback," Doll writes in a new report to clients. "The pace of gains has slowed in recent weeks, so we very well may be at the forefront of such a period."

Here's what BlackRock says you should do with your money now: Focus on Free Cash Flow and Dividend Growth. BlackRock's core investment theme for 2012 remains unchanged: Focus on ample free cash flow that would allow companies to engage in shareholder-friendly practices. Dividend-paying companies have long been a focus for many investors. It is critical to remember, however, that it is not dividend payments themselves that are attractive, but the quality of those dividends and the ability to grow them.

Source: CBS News

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