A 4.8% yield is drawing attention to this bundle of dividend stocks from Europe, Asia, Australia and Canada.
Investors worried about a market decline should consider these exchange traded funds to weather the storm.
A relatively small number of funds control the bulk of this segment's assets, and some compelling ones often go overlooked.
These exchange-traded funds will help reduce the overall risk of a portfolio.
Technology is now the largest dividend-paying sector in the U.S, and has been a growth leader for years.
A great valuation metric points to this trio of high-yielding names that are also priced attractively.
This little-known index contains a collection of reliable, high-yield stocks. It could lead you to some of the most attractive yields on the market.
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