17 Dividend Stocks for High Retirement Income: Part 1

2021-03-30

Last week I posted the video “10 Dividend Growth Stocks To Beat The Market” In that video I was primarily focused on investing in faster growing attractively valued dividend growth stocks for high total return and potential market beating returns. However, in the spirit of “it is a market of stocks not a stock market”, not all dividend paying stocks are the same. Therefore, I offer this series of 2 videos, part 1 and part 2, focusing on attractively valued dividend growth stocks offering high current yields. With this class of dividend paying stock, the primary focus is on achieving a high level of current income. However, as I explained in the video, if you get valuation right you can still generate solid total returns even when investing for high-yield.

I will show several examples in this video series, starting with: South Jersey (SJI), OGE Energy (OGE), Omega Healthcare (OHI), National Health (NHI), Medical Properties (MPW), Iron Mountain (IRM), International Business Machine (IBM), Unum Group (UNM), Prudential Financial (PRU)

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Disclosure:  Long OGE, OHI, IRM, IBM, PRU at the time of writing.

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