Junk bonds—or high-yield bonds—can be quite risky, but may still have a place in a portfolio.
In low-interest rate environment, investors sometimes look to dividend-paying stocks as a mean of generating income.
Learn the ins and outs of preferred stock, and the differences between preferred stock, common stock, and corporate bonds.
For retirees, the recent dip to record low U.S. bond yields poses a challenge. Will investors be forced into more dangerous investments?
Investors should diversify bond portfolios like they do their stock portfolios. However, bonds portfolios have a few layers of diversification to consider.
Looking for new ways to win in the stock market? Dividend-paying stocks can be quite attractive.
Cash alone won’t cut it as a lingering low-rate environment challenges income investing.
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