Looking to target income in a portfolio, but you'd also like to participate in any growth potential and aim for diversification? You might consider dividend ETFs. Here's why.
New to income investing? Learn about three approaches: dividends from equity holdings, interest from bonds and fixed-income securities, and income from a multi-asset portfolio. Each comes with its own potential benefits and risks.
Tending a garden and dividend investing have some things in common, including the need for high quality and patience.
ETFs may be used to produce a stream of income, and offer potential benefits of portfolio diversification.
Use the Income Estimator on tdameritrade.com to learn about stocks that have historically paid dividends.
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRiP) is the process of automatically reinvesting dividends received into additional whole and fractional shares of the company.
Learn tax reporting requirements—including cost basis—before the stress of tax-filing season hits. More tax-law changes take effect in 2016. Your tax professi
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