Dividends4Life: 3 Tech Stocks That Will Pay You While They Grow in 2016

Consider this, the 10-year Treasury yields are at about 2.25%. With an interest rate outlook that’s as clear as mud, we’re of the mind that investors are served well to consider using the potentially powerful combination of these growth-income stocks in their portfolios this year. Tech Stocks With Big Dividends...

OK, we can admit it, Microsoft (MSFT) stock has been on a number of our 2016 bull lists, including this one. This technology company is turning back into a true growth prospect as Microsoft is forging forward into the cloud computing business. Microsoft’s dividend yield has averaged 2.5% over the last five years. The company has also raised its dividend five times over the same period. Intel (INTC) feels like the company that investors have forgotten over time as Intel stock languished for ten years. Now, the company has put together some strategic mergers and has turned back into a force in the semiconductor industry. For most people, Paychex Inc. (PAYX) doesn’t pop out as a technology stock, but the company is one of the leaders in the automated payroll field. Paychex currently pays a dividend yield of 3.1%, putting it in the top 10 dividend payers in the Nasdaq 100 Index. The company has lifted its dividend five times in the last five years to maintain its 2.5% yield.

Source: InvestorPlace

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