Is the dividend party over?
In this installment of Investor Beat: is the run over for dividend stocks if the Fed changes course?
Are dividend stocks a safer bet than bonds? Why should investors look to consumer-facing dividend stocks like Home Depot (HD)? On Monday’s Investor Beat, Motley Fool analysts Jeff Fischer and Jason Moser discuss the future of dividend stocks.
And then, turning to the market's movers and shakers;
- Good news for Intel (INTC); Samsung announced that it will use Intel chips in its new galaxy tablet.
- Merck (MRK) is skyrocketing after a news release about a phase one melanoma drug.
- Pandora (P) find its back against the wall, as music is proving too valuable for the giants like Apple and Google to leave alone.
- And as Cadillac and truck sales go up, General Motors (GM) is still lagging while waiting for Chevy's results.
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I don't even know what the hell the Headline or article even mean..???
People or investors are going to run away from 3-6% dividend payers, right straight to the Banks or Bonds and get 1.5- 3.5 %....
I'm sure they will, investors aren't that bright of a group....Are we...??
You're right, blah,blah,yada,yada..
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