We’re all looking for more money, right?
It’s one of the reasons why you invest in the stock market … to find stocks that will give you more money than you pay for them.
Another way to earn more money in the stock market is to invest in companies that pay dividends to shareholders.
Dividends are payments made by publicly traded companies. In essence, they are rewards to investors for putting their money into the company. They are paid out of the profits the company earns.
But not all dividend stocks are equal.
And finding great dividends can be tough in the current stock market as many companies have had to make cuts because of COVID-19.
In this episode of The Bull & The Bear, host Matthew Clark talks with Money & Markets contributor Charles Sizemore about three dividend-paying stocks.
We’ll take a close look at what these companies are and examine their stock performance and their dividend payout.
Plus, we’ll tell you whether we think these companies are ones you should invest in or stay away from.
Remember, just because a company pays a dividend doesn’t mean you should invest in it.
We’ll tell you why.
The Bull & The Bear
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