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  • "In this yield-starved environment, this is the new fixed-income," says Hank Smith , chief investment officer of equities at Haverford Investments, referring to dividend-paying stocks.

    'Dogs' Strategy Paid Dividends for Second Year in a Row

  • Despite the recent surge in bond prices and fall in the stock market, portfolios of dividend-paying stocks that we recommended a year ago have matched the returns of both the standard and inflation-protected Treasury 10-year bonds.

    The Bond Bubble and the Case for Stocks

  • Another of his picks is Weyerhaeuser Co., which he likes because of the company's dividend-paying potential.

    Croft Value Buys Bargains, Bides Time

  • And that may give them yet another reason to switch money from bonds, which are taxed at higher rates, into dividend-paying stocks.

    What a Republican Win Would Mean for Investors

  • Another big winner during the inflationary 1970s: dividend-paying stocks.

    Tips That Aren't TIPS

  • Top earners held more dividend-paying stocks in taxable accounts rather than in tax-exempt bonds, or they kept dividends in tax-free retirement accounts.

    Tax Rates, Inequality and the 1%

  • MS. LOCKER: Large caps, and especially dividend-paying large caps, seem almost safer to me now than they did and will continue to do so going forward.

    What's Next? The Outlook for 2012

  • Some investors who avoid dividend-paying stocks point to the 2007-09 debacle, when the high-dividend financial stocks crashed.

    The Bond Bubble and the Case for Stocks

  • Often designed as vehicles for narrow investment niches—from dividend-paying stocks in the Middle East to fishing-industry shares—these ETFs are learning the hard way that they sliced the market a little too thinly.

    More Funds Dying for Fresh Blood

  • We believe dividend-paying stocks are the answer to a Treasury bond market that looks more dangerous than ever.

    The Bond Bubble and the Case for Stocks

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