Warren Buffett may not like paying dividends, but he certainly does not mind receiving them.
We dig into two blue chip stocks to see how they will fare next year and also try to analyse if a retail cum commercial REIT can raise its DPU.
We look at the state of the global economy and also good news from China’s slow easing of its strict COVID-zero policy.
We review the banking sector to determine if the trio of banks can continue their run next year.
We present to you seven solid dividend-paying stocks that you can consider scooping up.
Are REITs still relevant in an era of higher interest rates and persistent inflation?
The REIT sub-sector is projected to remain resilient against macroeconomic headwinds.
A share price jump could indicate investor optimism regarding positive business developments.
When the business does well, the share price usually follows.
If you’re looking for higher distributions, these three REITs should be on your investment radar.
Lower valuations all around have raised the chances of a superior return over the long term.
The lender has embarked on a rebranding exercise and is integrating its latest acquisition into its fold.
The selection of dividend stocks is a wise choice for investors seeking shelter from the upcoming storm.
We cannot be blind to rising inflation, higher interest rates, and recessions in the near future. But how we, as investors, react is the key.
If the performance of the stock market over the last few of months is any guide, then this nightmare of a pandemic could be over quite soon.
The Covid-19 pandemic could force even more investors to look for solace in shares rather than other asset classes.
As businesses reopen after a prolonged closure, the world looks decidedly unfamiliar.
Check if they’re still worth pursuing as a stream of reliable income.