Building a retirement portfolio that can sustain you throughout your senior years can be challenging because you need the right balance between growth and security. You also don’t want to constantly monitor your portfolio, as you’ll be too busy enjoying life. After all, isn’t that what you worked so hard for all these years?
In order to keep the money from your investments flowing in while simultaneously providing portfolio stability, you need to have some key holdings that can serve as anchors for your other investments. With this in mind, three Motley Fool contributors....More>>>
When it comes to selecting dividend stocks to buy, investors can take their pick: high yield stocks, blue chip stocks with safe payouts, stocks with high dividend growth rates, value stocks; the list goes on.
But selecting undervalued dividend stocks is particularly advantageous for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is that dividend yield is higher when a stock’s price is lower, as they move inversely.
Here are 3 undervalued dividend stocks to buy for high total returns:
Triton International (NYSE:TRTN) Perrigo Company (NYSE:PRGO) LyondellBasell Industries....More>>>
Just because we hit retirement, doesn’t mean we’re making a total shift to bonds. There are still stocks to buy that are both interesting and profitable. But more times than not, investors at that stage are looking for some income.
That involves a lot more than just screening dividend stocks and sorting by yield.
Investors need to know what they’re buying, as we need to have dependable income in this scenario. We don’t want all of our eggs in one basket, but we don’t want to be spread too thin either.
We normally don’t like exchange-traded funds (ETFs) because want better than average returns. But some tech stocks are so explosive you simply can’t afford to miss out. And owning the best tech ETFs in those sectors is the simplest way to make sure you don’t. They’re crucial to any savvy tech portfolio.
“As far as I’m concerned,” says Money Morning Defense and Tech Specialist Michael Robinson, “They make great foundational plays.”
Best Tech Stocks To Buy Right Now: Extreme Networks Inc.(EXTR)
Abiomed (NASDAQ:ABMD) stock jumped 10.6% in September, according to data fromS&P Global Market Intelligence. For context, theS&P 500 returned0.6% last month.
Shares of the minimally invasive heart pump maker, however, have given back those gains already in October. Through Oct. 10, the stock is down 16.6%. Unlike last month’s movement, which was due to company-specific news, this month’s sell-off appears to be a casualty of the broader market’s struggles. The S&P 500 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite are in the red 4.4% and 7.8%, respectively,....More>>>
Recreational vehicle (RV) manufacturer Thor Industries (NYSE:THO) just announced its acquisition of RV parts maker AirX Intermediate, otherwise known as Airxcel. Thor, owner of famous RV brands like Airstream and Dutchmen, will pay $750 million for its new subsidiary. Investors responded positi
The past year-plus has been easy going for investors looking to generate profits from equity returns, with the S&P 500 up by almost double from the March 2020 lows. Income, however, is another story altogether. Already-low interest rates started retreating this sprin
EQT Co. (NYSE:EQT – Get Rating) – Equities researchers at Capital One Financial issued their Q1 2023 earnings estimates for EQT in a note issued to investors on Thursday, October 13th. Capital One Financial analyst B. Velie anticipates that the oil and gas producer w
Roblox Corp. (NASDAQ: RBLX) stock went public in March, and retail investors have since flooded into the stock. Shares started trading at $45, and it shot as high as $99 after that. That means some early investors enjoyed a 120% return.
Have investors missed out on the gains, or is this