AOL said it will buy back $600 million of stock and announced a cash dividend of $5.15 per share.
This stock pays a high yield but should you be skeptical?
And this utility is certainly one stock to consider, he said.
Searching for profits, investors have rediscovered stocks that pay dividends, which have out-gained non-payers by more than 9 percentage points in the past year.
There are two kinds of stocks Jim Cramer looks for during a correction. And the more brutal the downturn, the more attractive they tend to look.
Every investor should diversify their portfolio with this kind of stock, Cramer said.
The stock market is risky as it is, Cramer said, adding investors should have to worry about software glitches, as well.
Jim Cramer pointed to this real estate investment trust. See his interview with the CEO.
The “Mad Money” host thinks this company fits the bill. He talks with its CEO.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer certainly thinks so.
U.S. stocks are scheduled to boost their dividend payments in the second quarter by $12 billion, pushing the payout to an all-time record, says S&P Dow Jones Indices.
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Robert Kapito, BlackRock president, provides perspective on the state of the economy, and where investors can find opportunities. "Sitting on cash is a mistake," he says.
Citigroup may seek permission to hike its dividend for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis in the next few months.
Cummins raised its dividend by 25 percent, and investors may have expected the stock to roar on the boost. Mad Money host Jim Cramer takes you through the stock's plunge today.
Following is a list of favorite dividend yielders from our pros. These are companies the Fast Money gang says offer a strong return and have strong fundamentals, too.
Fluctuations in global currencies are not only having an impact on corporate earnings but on dividend growth as well. Asset management firms across the world are in the process of rebalancing their exposure to global markets.
Will the Dow reach 15,000 by the end of next year? Jeremy Siegel, Wharton School professor of finance, weighs in the market's outlook for the second half of this year and 2013, despite Europe's financial crisis, the looming fiscal cliff; and political uncertainty in the U.S.
Here are five double-digit yielding stocks for investors to consider.