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Is AbbVie a Great Dividend Stock for Your Portfolio? - Motley Fool
When AbbVie (NYSE:ABBV) split off from Abbott Laboratories at the beginning of 2013 , the result was a company that combines some risk and appreciation potential with a high dividend . That unique combination could have a place in your dividend portfolio.

Do closed-end funds pay promised dividends?
When the current breed of closed-end funds (let’s call them the new-age closed-end schemes) started to enter the market sometime around April 2013, they claimed ... to declare frequent dividends by regularly booking profits and pay them out to investors.

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Truly high yield is difficult to find in the ETF space, but a few select funds offer big income. Just be careful. By Kyle .... In the world of 2,013 exchange-traded funds listed in ETFdb's database, a mere 339 β€” or 17% β€” sport simply β€œgood” yields of.

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From pension funds to endowments to financial advisers to individuals, investors rely on Morningstar's star ratings to help divide $16 trillion among America's mutual funds , in much the way shoppers use Amazon's ratings to pick products. .... The.

What Vanguard Dividend Appreciation has paid its investors - Motley Fool
Moreover, the entire purpose of the Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF is to look for stocks that will raise their dividends consistently over the long haul. Some dividend investors prefer funds that merely pay the highest possible yield , but this more.

Were JC Penney Investors Crazy in 2013 -- Or Are They Crazy Now? - Motley Fool
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Early last week, I wrote an article for Income Idea subscribers about the Reaves Utility Income Fund (NYSEMKT:UTG) upon a request from one of my subscribers. It was a great opportunity to discuss a fund I mentioned more than 14 months ago as a.

5 Great Dividend Mutual Funds
With that in mind, we screened for great dividend-paying mutual funds β€” ones that, among other characteristics, had to be cheap, open to new investors for a few thousand bucks or less, and have a track record of market-beating total returns.

Top Dividend Paying Funds with High YTD Return
Mutual fund itself is a great tool for alternative investment given its characteristics of diversification, liquidity and economies of scale among others. On top of it, mutual funds paying high dividends ... the record run in 2013; wherein the benchmarks.

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Back in 2013 , video game giant Activision Blizzard Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI) made a huge move, when CEO Bobby Kotick led an investor group that freed the company from the majority ownership of Vivendi, which had shadowed the company -- and made investors very.

What Vanguard High Dividend Yield has paid its investors - Motley Fool
A combination of factors has made it easier for Vanguard High Dividend Yield to keep paying greater amounts of dividend income to its investors. First, the fund has done a good job of attracting assets, with considerable inflows to the fund . A bull.