How Should Investors Play Verizon in the Rest of 2012?


Today, editor/analyst Andrew Tonner discusses the second-half outlook for telecommunications giant Verizon. Despite the uncertainty surrounding the global markets, Verizon looks poised to stay ahead of the game. After being one of the Dow's better performers so far this year, the company should also surge after Apple releases its sure-to-be-popular iPhone 5. The strong business model and stability, along with a very impressive 4.5% dividend, make Verizon an attractive stock moving forward.

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