Dividends4Life: 3 Monthly Dividend Stocks You May Not Want to Rely On

One of the first things a novice investor does is load up on dividend stocks. But I think it’s a wise strategy, even for experienced investors. We all should value safety and security, especially after the novel coronavirus pandemic sent the stock markets back by $5 trillion earlier this year. That’s why you see increased interest in monthly dividend stocks over growth stocks – those expected to grow faster than an average company in the sector. But dividend stocks are not iron-clad guarantees.

There have been several instances where companies have given dividends to placate their investors because they offer little concerning earnings growth and long-term profitability. So, I understand that investing in monthly dividend stocks can be a bit confusing. Three monthly dividend companies that are in trouble because of the prevailing conditions: Apple Hospitality REIT (NYSE:APLE), EPR Properties (NYSE:EPR) and Prospect Capital (NASDAQ:PSEC).

Source: InvestorPlace

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