10 low-risk dividend-paying stocks

The hunt for higher returns has led many investors into the risky realm of corporate and government bonds. Stocks that pay dividends of up to 6% are better bets.

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Jun 20, 2013 11:08PM
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The last stocks  I purchased because of MSN recommendations have halved in value. I suggest you become an expert too by blind folding yourself and sticking a pin in the NYSE listings. Or better still do another line on the lottery.
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