T - AT&T Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
31.92
-0.03 (-0.08%)
As of 10:30AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close31.95
Open31.95
Bid31.88 x 800
Ask31.89 x 4000
Day's Range31.85 - 32.06
52 Week Range26.80 - 35.33
Volume5,361,129
Avg. Volume30,668,208
Market Cap232.561B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.82
PE Ratio (TTM)11.21
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.04 (6.51%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-04-09
1y Target EstN/A
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Therefore, the company can leverage Disney+ to pump out Star Wars movies but without causing fatigue. Essentially, this is a green light for DIS stock. Disney+ Features the Broadest AppealOne of the biggest strengths for Netflix is that it features edgy content. On several occasions, I've had friends and colleagues tell me to join the streaming service so that I can watch Narcos.Showcasing the Colombian drug trade during the 1980s, Narcos is raw and gritty. It appeals not only for its storyline but also for the fact that for most of us, we'll never get close to the cocaine industry. In a way, this show provides us an avenue to explore our darker ambitions legally.Here's the problem: you can't show this content to children for a host of patently obvious reasons. Plus, a great many adults would rather not watch such violent and macabre "entertainment."Disney+, while it's a content powerhouse, will not take many content risks. Their service will appeal to the widest demographic possible. 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But now that plans to acquire media outfit Time Warner Inc (NYSE:TWX) look good a turnaround might have begun.If your intended timeframe really is "forever" though, a tough couple of years is nothing … particularly considering you're collecting a healthy dividend yield on your position's current value.More than that though, this is a telco name with a lot of clout, and a little more than $50 billion in the bank. And, if/when the Time Warner deal goes through, it will have yet another revenue-bearing weapon in its arsenal.Source: Shutterstock Alphabet (GOOGL, GOOG)Dividend Yield: N/A Year-to-date gain: 17.25%Fans and followers of the company will likely know that Google parent company Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL, NASDAQ:GOOG) beat last quarter's earnings estimate, posting $12.77 per share. What got lost in the shuffle is how operating margains fell to 21 % from last quarter's 24%. * 7 Stocks to Buy for Spring Season Growth Appreciated or not, Alphabet is a profit and revenue growth machine that has earned its spot on a list of "forever" stocks to buy. It may not always beat estimates, but it does always increase its numbers. That's because it keeps finding a way to serve as the middleman for about 70% of web searches done on desktops, and boasts being the preferred search engine for about 90% of the queries made via a mobile device.If it was going to be toppled, we'd see evidence of it by now.Source: Shutterstock 3M (MMM)Dividend Yield: 2.64% Year-to-date gain: 14.13%In an era where complicated companies are shedding disparate parts of themselves so each arm can be hyper-focused on doing one thing exceedingly well, 3M Co (NYSE:MMM) is something of an outlier. 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Per-share profits missed estimates, to be clear, but much of that miss can be attributed to investments the retailer has been making in itself. * 7 Marijuana Companies: Which Pot Stocks Should You Buy? While it has been an ugly battle at times, Walmart has finally learned how to compete with Amazon.com. The fact that it can leverage its stores to do so only bolsters the bullish case. Southern Co (SO)Source: Shutterstock Dividend Yield: 4.74% Year-to-date gain: 19.6%No list of stocks to buy and hold forever would be complete without a utility stock. In good times and bad, consumers almost always pay their electricity bill. And, even though margins are thin and power providers don't have a ton of pricing power, they have little competition in most markets. Most requests for rate hikes are also approved without question.To that end, Southern Co (NYSE:SO) is one of the top picks of the litter.Southern serves nine million customers, mostly in the south, although it's represented in most of the major regions of the United States. More important, Southern Co has dished out stunningly consistent (even if tiny) profit growth, setting the stage for equally consistent dividends. It has not failed to increase its annual payout since the late 90's.Source: Shutterstock Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)Dividend Yield: 2.60% Year-to-date gain: 8.46%As advanced as we've become as a society, the need for medicines, surgical products and simple healthcare solutions like Band-Aids and Tylenol is never going to go away. 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That is, as long as people are living on the planet earth, they'll be creating garbage to shuttle to their nearby landfill.Enter Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE:WM), which runs garbage-pickup services for 21 million North American customers. Although its top and bottom lines ebb and flow, the bigger trend for both is pointed upward. * 10 Dow Jones Stocks Holding the Blue Chip Index Back Look for more of the same too. As CEO Jim Fish pointed out late last month, "The babyboomers are coming into a period of heavy medical spend. All of our parents are aging and spending more on medical spend. There is medical waste generated from that, we are in that business. 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