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Want $2,000 in Annual Dividend Income? Invest $16,250 Into This Ultra-High-Yield Stock Trio

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Want $2,000 in Annual Dividend Income? Invest $16,250 Into This Ultra-High-Yield Stock Trio
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Whether you love chasing after the innovative capacity of growth stocks or prefer the simplicity of value stocks, either strategy can work wonders over the long run. Although it's a report I reference often, J.P. Morgan Asset Management's comparison of the performance of dividend-paying stocks to those not paying a dividend over multiple decades speaks wonders. J.P. Morgan Asset Management, a division of money-center bank JPMorgan Chase, found that dividend-paying companies returned an annual average of 9.5% between 1972 and 2012.