Dividend Stocks

Dividend stocks are those that pay out regular dividends, or payment in the form of shares. Known for their low volatility and high-yields, they might not be the “coolest” stocks on the block, but they can get the job done for investors looking to generate passive income. Dividend stocks can be attractive during periods of market volatility, and in bear markets, because the yields paid out to investors can help preserve the value of the stock by mitigating sell-offs. When researching dividend stocks, many investors will favor companies that they feel can meet the needs of high-yield payouts and do not have a history of cutting dividends. (Sources: US News, Investors Business Daily, Motley Fool, NerdWallet, Kiplinger.)

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