Infrastructure ETFs offer stability

Governments around the world know the benefits that flow from upgrading infrastructure. However, stretched budgets because of the pandemic—as well as a reluctance to raise taxes—have limited the ability of governments to initiate new projects or to even expand existing ones. That reality nonetheless provides… Read More

Get 5G growth and high dividend yields

In the past two years, AT&T and Verizon have shed their media and other businesses. That will let them focus on their main telecommunications operations, particularly as each of the companies rolls out its new, ultrafast 5G wireless networks.
So far, 5G users generate higher revenue… Read More

Cut your volatility with these ETFs

Some investors look to reduce volatility in their portfolios for a number of reasons. One is that they can’t sleep at night because they’re nervous about the market outlook. In that case, low-volatilty funds may cut your your losses or even leave you with gains… Read More

Benefit from their narrower focus

AT&T and Verizon have shed their media businesses in the past few years. As a result, they can now focus on their main telecom operations—and dividend increases.
AT&T INC. $21 remains a buy. The company (New York symbol T; Income-Growth Portfolio, Utilities sector; Shares outstanding: 7.2 billion; Market… Read More

Dividend ETFs aim to provide solid income

Rising interest rates mean dividend-paying stocks must increasingly compete for investor interest in fixed-income investments. However, sustainable dividends still offer an attractive and growing income stream for investors.
Meanwhile, dividend-focused ETFs can—but not always—follow strategies that we feel set investors up for maximum long-term gains with… Read More

Dividend Advisor Hotline – Friday, December 3, 2021

TORONTO-DOMINION BANK, $95.59, Toronto symbol TD, is a buy.

Canada’s banking regulator—the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OFSI)—has lifted the restrictions on capital distributions it placed on banks and insurers in March 2020 due to COVID-19 uncertainty.

That’s why TD is now raising your dividend… Read More