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It may not be comforting, but individuals are rewarded over the long term for investing in stocks because stock prices can go up or down. Short-term market volatility and uncertainty creates a risk premium to entice investors to buy and hold stocks. It is important to note, however,...

Value investors are always seeking undervalued stocks to add to their portfolios while pruning those that are overvalued. However, a stock’s price doesn’t always reflect a company’s true value. The dividend yield is a useful measure of value for selecting undervalued securities...

Many investors seek income to supplement their portfolio returns while at the same time insulating themselves from market declines. In “The Little Book of Big Dividends: A Safe Formula for Guaranteed Returns” (John Wiley & Sons, 2010), Charles Carlson outlines a recipe for...

For many investors, dividends are an excellent means of generating income for their portfolio. Depending on where you are in your investment lifecycle, you may reinvest those dividends or you use the income on various expenses. AAII Weekly Survey Question However, depending on the...

Associate Financial Analyst at AAII Jaclyn McClellan spoke with Moe Ansari on Market Wrap about investing in dividend stocks and the approach used in the AAII Dividend Investing newsletter.     Market Wrap is a nationally syndicated broadcast. Moe begins each Market...

Financial advisors use a variety of investment strategies to replace retiree employment salaries or business income. These include bond ladders, systematic withdrawal programs (SWPs), guaranteed minimum withdrawal benefit (GMWB) products, and even strategies in the relatively...

Here are the most-read AAII Blog posts for November 2016: Lowell Miller’s Best Dividend Screen A low-interest rate environment has helped to fuel a run-up in the prices of dividend-paying stocks. Equity-income investing is once again fashionable, but some investment advisers...

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles:   Reinvesting Dividends The approach used in managing AAII’s Dividend Investing portfolio is to allocate proceeds received from dividend payments to cash. The cash, along with any...

AAII Journal Editor Charles Rotblut spoke with Moe Ansari on Market Wrap about investing in dividend stocks and the approach used in the AAII Dividend Investing newsletter.     Market Wrap is a nationally syndicated broadcast. Moe begins each Market Wrap broadcast with...

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles:   Cash Dividend Types, Dates and Taxes Though most investors know that a cash dividend is the distribution of money to shareholders, dividend terminology is not as well-understood....