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Report on High Dividend Stocks in Rising Rate Environments

Nov 5, 2018

With the Fed expecting to continue to raise rates over the next few years, many investors are eager to understand how high dividend yielding stocks may react. We’ve prepared an analysis based on the performance and behavior of the highest decile1 of dividend paying stocks from 1960 to 2017.

Key Findings Include:

 

The full report on High Dividend Stocks in Rising Rate Environments can be explored here.

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Topics: Dividends

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