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Not Much Love for Dominion Energy’s 6% Yield

For today’s Safety Net, I was planning on evaluating a company that fits the Valentine’s Day theme. See’s Candies…
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A Goldilocks Environment for Bonds

When I got out of school and started working, I opened a checking account and received 4% interest –…
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Travel More & Spend Less With Credit Card Travel Rewards

Can I Retire Yet? has partnered with CardRatings for our coverage of credit card products. Can I Retire Yet?…
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What Mike Tyson Can Teach You About Investing

Editor’s Note: As you may know, Chief Income Strategist Marc Lichtenfeld doubles as a boxing ring announcer and a…
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Is Meta Still a “Buy” After Making History?

Going into February 2022, shares of Meta Platforms (Nasdaq: META) had been nearly cut in half over the prior…
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How Risky Is Royalty Pharma’s Dividend?

You’re no doubt familiar with the concept of royalties – recurring payments that people receive for the continued use…
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Bonds Are the Place to Be Right Now

Last week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren asked Fed Chair Jerome Powell to reduce the “astronomical rates.” I’m not sure which…
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Protecting Financial Assets from Fraud, Theft, and Scams (Part 2)

In a previous post I applied the 80-20 rule to the realm of cybersecurity. My aim was to motivate…
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Patience Pays Off in AI Investing

Editor’s Note: Today’s article comes from Senior Markets Expert Matt Benjamin. He details some of the exciting calls Chief…
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Is This the Only Cheap Tech Stock?

The best stocks to own for the long term aren’t average companies that were bought at really low valuations.…
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Is Sturm, Ruger & Co. Staring Down the Barrel of a Dividend Cut?

In March of last year, Chief Income Strategist Marc Lichtenfeld reviewed firearm manufacturer Sturm, Ruger & Co. (NYSE: RGR)…
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