With stock prices going up and down all the time, how do you decide when to buy a stock? Specifically, how much should you pay for a stock? Just like shopping at the local market, where quality merchandises tend to be more expensive, …
Publix will raise wages for its hourly employees and some managers, a move that could help it compete with chains such as Target and Walmart that have made public announcements of pay increases. The Lakeland-based supermarket …
We sink a lot of money into stocks, so it's nice when they turn around and pay us. These companies are not making random donations to our welfare -- I'm talking, of course, about dividends. There are many stocks that distribute …
Monthly pay stocks, funds, trusts, and partnerships inform the holder ... I am not receiving compensation for it (other …
I'm 64 and would like to retire. Problem is, if I invest in stocks I risk losing money to a huge correction, and if I invest in safe fixed-income investments I earn only 1% to 2%. Either way, retirement seems elusive, if not impossible. What's …
Owning certain stocks can sometimes feel like a one-sided relationship. You own part of the business, and stay in touch with what's going on with it, but that's about it. Other stocks, however, are like having a rich uncle who likes you so …
Would you like to know which investors buy solid dividend-paying stocks? Just wait for the next market crash. They'll be the ones looking relaxed while everybody else is frantically checking the latest price of their growth stocks. In fact, …
The third-quarter 2017 earnings seasons is picking up with a few companies having already started reporting their financial numbers. In such a scenario, we have witnessed disappointing share price performance and declining subscriber count …
It’s not exactly market alchemy to reveal that investors love income. What’s even better, however, are dividend stocks that pay on a monthly basis, so you can reinvest the cash right back into the market and watch your money grow. While …
Would you like to know which investors buy solid dividend-paying stocks? Just wait for the next market crash. They'll be the ones looking relaxed while everybody else is frantically checking the latest price of their growth stocks. Even a …