|Bid||90.00 x 1400|
|Ask||97.75 x 800|
|Day's Range||96.72 - 97.09|
|52 Week Range||84.62 - 102.54|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.03|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.77|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.39%|
Why Ford Stock Surged 15% in JanuaryFord stockFord Motor Company (F) has been one of the worst-performing auto stocks for the last four consecutive years. Between 2015 and 2018, the stock lost nearly 15% of its market value.Nonetheless, 2019 has
Weighed down by trade tensions, global growth worries and U.S. government shutdown? Play these dividend growth ETFs and stocks.
Nearby resistance on the charts of key dividend-related assets suggests that prices could be headed lower over the months to come.
Is Barrick Worth a Look after Its Merger with Randgold? (Continued from Prior Part) ## Focus on superior assets The new Barrick (GOLD) is mainly focused on assets with superior costs, long mine lives, and high grades. The company already has five out of the top ten Tier 1 gold assets (GLD) in Cortez, Loulo-Gounkoto, Pueblo Viejo, Kibali, and Goldstrike, which have total cash costs of $426, $578, $623, $649, and $697 per ounce, respectively. Barrick is planning to sell noncore assets to further improve its cost and grade profile. In addition to the five Tier 1 assets, the company has two other potential Tier 1 assets: Fourmile/Goldrush and Turquoise Ridge. The company is also in the process of identifying noncore assets to be disposed of, which should allow its management to focus on mines and projects that are delivering the most value to the company and its shareholders. Shareholder returns will likely be driven by returns on invested capital, internal rates of return, and free cash flow per share growth. ## Increased returns The management of Barrick and Randgold, which previously significantly increased their dividends in anticipation of growth, have said that they’ll increase dividends (DVY) in connection with the merger. While Randgold increased its dividend for 2018 from $2.00 to $2.69 per share, Barrick increased its dividend for the fourth quarter to $0.07 per share instead of the originally planned $0.05. Barrick declared an even higher quarterly dividend of $0.093 per share on December 17, which will be paid on January 14. Barrick has attributed the increased dividends to its strong current fundamentals and the strong fundamentals it expects after the completion of the merger, which will mean more cash flow generation, cost savings, and potential asset sale proceeds along with lower interest costs. Continue to Next Part Browse this series on Market Realist: * Part 1 - Is Barrick Worth a Look after Its Merger with Randgold? * Part 2 - Will the GOLD Merger Expedite the Tanzania Dispute’s Resolution? * Part 3 - Barrick Could Emerge Leaner and Stronger after an Asset Review
Ryan McQueeney puts two ETFs with solid dividend yields---iShares Global 100 (IOO) and iShares Select Dividend (DVY)---in the spotlight as stocks continued to rapidly whipsaw in Thursday morning trading hours.
As a result, investors looking for total returns will likely shift their focus toward dividend income, although there are risks. All told, there are roughly 40 high-dividend-yield ETFs currently available to investors. Thus, investors looking for dividend income in the ETF space have no shortage of options.
Dividend Aristocrat ETFs lead to a healthy portfolio with a greater scope of capital appreciation as opposed to simple dividend paying stocks or those with high yields.
If you're looking for dividend stocks, these ETFs have them, but they go about their stock selection process very differently.
Traditional income products like CDs, money market funds and even bonds are still paying pitiful amounts of interest to savers. The explosion in ETFs has produced plenty of income and dividend focus funds. In fact, ETFdb.com tags more than 180 funds as “Dividend ETFs.” That’s a lot of different funds and ways to get your income fix.
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WisdomTree U.S. MidCap Dividend ETF DON employs a fundamental weighting approach and is a strong candidate for exposure to dividend-paying U.S. mid-cap stocks. This fund weights its holdings by their expected dividend payment, which effectively diversifies risk, and rebalances into stocks as they become cheaper relative to their dividends. Many dividend-oriented funds land in the mid-value Morningstar Category because they weight large-cap stocks by dividend yield or equally, which knocks down their portfolio's weighted average market cap.
Of the ten US sectors, the telecommunications services sector has the highest dividend yield of 4.9%. Both the industries under the sector have beaten the broad-based index dividend yields.
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Bullish chart patterns and nearby support levels on key dividend ETFs suggest that it could be time to buy into dividend-paying companies.
The Federal Open Market Committee meets this week, and many bond market participants expect the Fed to raise interest rates after having done so three times in 2017. Expectations of higher borrowing costs ...