Ranking 5 of Our Favorite Dividend Stocks
With interest rates still at rock-bottom levels, investors are searching far and wide for income-producing investments. One sector that has grabbed a lot of attention is the equity REIT industry because of its big dividends.
In this segment of The Motley Fool's everything-financial show, Where the Money Is, analysts David Hanson and Matt Koppenheffer rank their favorite REITs. Their list includes Realty Income, American Tower, and National Retail Properties.
More high-yielding stocks
One of the dirty secrets that few finance professionals will openly admit is the fact that dividend stocks as a group handily outperform their non-dividend paying brethren. The reasons for this are too numerous to list here, but you can rest assured that it's true. However, knowing this is only half the battle. The other half is identifying which dividend stocks in particular are the best. With this in mind, our top analysts put together a free list of nine high-yielding stocks that should be in every income investor's portfolio. To learn the identity of these stocks instantly and for free, all you have to do is click here now.
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