Stocks Dividends

  • Will 55% 'Death Tax' Kill Economic Comeback?

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports Congress is headed back to Capitol Hill to work on a budget and tax agreement; and John Taft, RBC Wealth Management CEO, provides perspective on overhauling the current tax code. "Don't underestimate the degree of frustration out there among individual investors," Taft said.

  • Fear of 'Fiscal Cliff' Taxes Puts Chill on Dividend Stocks

    The fear of higher taxes has put a chill on dividend-paying stocks, in what some analysts say could be an overreaction to the “fiscal cliff.”

  • 'Fiscal Cliff' Deal Won’t Help US Rating: Egan-Jones

    The “Mad Money” host explains why he recommends taking profits on the tech stock now.

  • Fiscal Cliff Selloff?

    Discussing whether you should get out of your stock positions, with Craig Hodges, Co-Portfolio Manager, The Hodges Fund & Hodges Small Cap Fund, and Peter Tuz, Chase Investment Counsel.

  • Cramer’s Earnings Preview for Tuesday

    If the capital gains tax rate goes up on the other side of the “fiscal cliff” that will hit in January, Jim Cramer thinks it might make sense to just take profits in AAPL now.

  • Talking Numbers: Watching Dividend Stocks

    Some investors are worried President Obama's win could mean a massive increase in the dividend tax, with Richard Ross, Auerbach Grayson and Erin Gibbs, S&P Capital IQ.

  • Investing During Obama's Second Term

    Will President Obama's re-election impact your portfolio? David Kelly, JP Morgan Funds, and Vadim Zlotnikov, AllianceBernstein, weigh in with some market forecasts.

  • Gross: Dividend Stocks at Risk If Tax Rates Rise

    Bill Gross, Co-CIO, Founder & Managing Director of PIMCO, explains why higher tax rates could boost municipal bond prices.

  • Bill Gross: Dividend Stocks Now at Risk

    On "Squawk Box," Pimco's Bill Gross says investors should be looking at their high-yielding dividend stocks because President Obama's re-election makes it more likely there will be a tax increase on investment income.

  • Polls Closed in Virginia

    CNBC's Eamon Javers is watching the balance of power in Congress; and Mad Money host Jim Cramer offers investment strategies based on tonight's winning candidate.

  • Crude Jumps Above $88

    Marathon Oil quarterly profits rise, revenues beat consensus, with CNBC's Bertha Coombs. And CNBC's Eamon Javers offers insight on taxes and the election. Meanwhile the FMHR traders review the top performing dividend payers.

  • Kaminsky Warns Investors on Dividends

    CNBC's Gary Kaminsky takes a closer look at the value of AT&T's dividend.

  • Obama Adviser Robert Wolf on Election

    According to Goldman Sachs, it doesn't matter which presidential candidate wins the election because dividend and capital gains taxes will go up regardless. Long-time Obama Adviser and host of Reuters TV's "Impact Players," Robert Wolf, offers insight.

  • Ventas CEO on Senior Housing

    Ventas Chairman and CEO Debra Cafaro says over 80 percent of Ventas' revenues come from private pay sources, and 25 percent of its business comes from a very high-end living senior markets.

  • A Smart Start to Retirement Investing

    The decisions you make with your portfolio during the early years of retirement will set the stage for whether your savings will be sufficient to maintain a comfortable lifestyle.

  • Trade of the Day: Microsoft Up 8% YTD

    The Fast Money traders make the case for Microsoft, saying the company could have a special dividend before year end.

  • Warning on Dividend Stocks: TPG-Axon CEO

    Dinakar Singh,TPG-Axon Capital CEO, talks about investment strategies; buying internet banks and shorting regional banks, with CNBC's Gary Kaminsky.

  • 5 Dividend Stocks Ready to Pay You More

    With choppy markets and uncertainty about the future, Americans are parking their retirement savings in cash instead of looking for opportunities to earn income, Robert Kapito, BlackRock president and founder, told CNBC’s "Power Lunch" on Monday.

  • Leven Addresses  Economic Fear

    Fear is permeating through businesses and consumers these days. Michael Leven, Las Vegas Sands president & COO, says companies and people are afraid, and that "people have to understand the United States economy is the single most important thing in the world economy."

  • The Culture at Goldman Sachs

    Discussing Greg Smith's book, "Why I Left Goldman Sachs,' and the culture of Wall Street, with Michael Leven, Las Vegas Sands president & COO.