Dividends4Life: High-Yield Dividend Stock Investing

High-Yield Dividend Stock Investing

Posted by D4L | Sunday, July 22, 2012 | | 0 comments »

Corporate bonds are attractive. And many do present a decent opportunity to make money. Ask Steve McDonald, who has been banging the table on bonds for years. But the truth is, right now, there may be an even better alternative. And it doesn’t matter if you’re retired, looking to, or you’re a fifth-grader.

I’m talking about owning shares of quality dividend-paying companies. Looking back on the past 10 years, it has certainly been a decade for the bondholder. In fact, SmartMoney says, “Since 1962, top quality bonds in the U.S. have carried an average yield of 8%, while stocks have yielded an average of 3%.” But we’re entering a new era today… Now some companies are actually paying dividends well in excess of their own bond yields.

Source: Investment U

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