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Daren joined Kiplinger in July 2015 after spending more than 20 years in New York City as a business and financial writer. He spent seven years at Time magazine and joined SmartMoney in 2007, where he wrote about investing and contributed car reviews to the magazine. Daren also worked as a writer in the fund industry for Janus Capital and Fidelity Investments and has been licensed as a Series 7 securities representative.
Whether you’re pulling in a paycheck or living off investments, dividends can be a great way to reel in some cash.
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When it comes to stocks, we like playing the long game: picking solid companies, sticking with them through tough times and hanging on for years, even a decade or more. Investing for the long haul can ...
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Warren Buffet aims to hold stocks “forever.” We’re a bit less patient. But we like playing the long game: picking a few solid companies, sticking with them through tough times and hanging on for ...
Timing is everything when it comes to collecting on dividend-paying stocks.
Whether you’re pulling in a paycheck or living off investments, dividends can be a great way to reel in some cash. But investors usually have to wait months between payments. Many companies dole out ...
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All of our picks offer several years of protection against early redemptions. We also suggest a fine ETF.
The venerable (though quirky) stock index is less than 1,500 points from the milestone.
If you choose wisely, you can cash in on companies that are under siege.
A year after launching the Kiplinger ETF 20, it’s time for some changes.
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The Democratic nominee’s filings show big stakes in cash and a stock market index fund.
Though risks are high, expect modest gains for the remainder of the year.
The average large-company stock yields about 2% these days. But many stocks pay quite a bit more — upward of 5% in some cases offering potential for both income and modest price gains.
Since a high ...
A drugmaker and an MLP promise attractive payouts to investors yearning for better yields.
Fidelity edges out Merrill Edge and Schwab for first place in our rankings of top discount brokerages.
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