5G will help your top telcos rebound

AT&T and Verizon have both dropped since the start of 2022, mainly because rising interest rates have prompted income-seeking investors to buy bonds instead. Higher rates are also making it more expensive for them to build out their new ultrafast 5G wireless networks.
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Faster networks pay off for investors

Since Verizon took its current form 20 years ago, it has aggressively transformed itself from a traditional phone company to one of the world’s largest providers of wireless and Internet services. That’s paid off for dividend investors, now enjoying a high and sustainable 4.0% yield.
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5G will help them thrive again

AT&T and Verizon have now launched their ultrafast 5G wireless networks. That will spur demand, revenue, dividends—and enhance their already-strong outlooks.
Meantime, COVID-19 will continue to hurt them as well as help them: while pandemic lockdowns made it harder to sign up new customers, remote working… Read More

Three key updates to build your returns: Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc., Molson Coors Canada Inc. and Verizon Communications

BROADRIDGE FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS INC. $134 is a buy. The company (New York symbol BR; High-Growth Payer Portfolio, Finance sector; Shares outstanding: 114.8 million; Market cap: $15.4 billion; Dividend yield: 1.6%; Dividend Sustainability Rating: Above Average; www.broadridge.com) last raised its quarterly dividend with the October 2019 payment. Investors now receive… Read More