Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Where to Look for Reliable Income

Until last winter, most investors thought of dividends as pretty reliable income. Stocks like Bank of America and Citigroup were behemoth companies that had been paying out steady and even growing dividends for many years. And then the floor fell out. Millions of dividend investors saw their dividend income cut drastically with no recourse. That was a tough period in investing and many young and old investors suffered, and are still suffering because of that. It brought the notion of reliable dividend income to the forefront.


In the video below, Josh Peters of Morningstar talks candidly about where to find reliable dividend income.



Keep in mind that Peters has a dividend newsletter he is trying to sell. However, there are some good tips in this video for dividend investors.

This article was written by The Dividend Guy. You may email questions or comments to me at info@thedividendguyblog.com.

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