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Daren joined Kiplinger in July 2015 after spending more than 20 years in New York City as a business and financial writer. He spent seven years at Time magazine and joined SmartMoney in 2007, where he wrote about investing and contributed car reviews to the magazine. Daren also worked as a writer in the fund industry for Janus Capital and Fidelity Investments and has been licensed as a Series 7 securities representative.
Plenty of stocks yield more than the market average of 2% for large companies. But if you’re investing for income, you’ll want dividends that are both reliable and secure. And that’s not always easy ...
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Our choices aim to beat traditional benchmarks.
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Scan the investment landscape and you may not see much fertile ground. After more than eight years of nearly uninterrupted gains, the U.S. stock market is hardly cheap. And despite a bump in yields over ...
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The next time you beat yourself up over a bad stock pick, take some solace in the knowledge that you’re not alone. Even the world’s most successful investors, including Warren Buffett, have blundered ...
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Our ideas range from low-risk municipal bonds to high-risk mortgage REITs.
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Talk of tax reform and regulatory relief is among the factors drawing investors to banks.
Real estate investment trusts have had a great run — and still hold promise.
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When economic times are good, junk bonds deliver big yields.
Pipeline companies pump profits from moving America's rising oil production.
The trick to these investments is to buy in when they trade below the underlying net asset value of their holdings.
The main hazard to these high-yielding investments is a gap between short- and long-term rates.
Hedge your rate risk by going with overseas issuers.
The cosmetics chain is in a good position to stand up to the world's largest online retailer.
The warehouse club is in a good position to stand up to the world's largest online retailer.
The home-improvement chain is in a good position to stand up to the world's largest online retailer.