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Why should investors still consider dividend investing?

Senior Portfolio Manager Daniel Peris outlines the reasons why investors should consider dividend investing even as rates rise and other income sources become attractive.
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Daniel Peris, Ph.D., CFA
Senior Vice President
Senior Portfolio Manager, Head of Strategic Value Dividend Team
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Some of the most traditional dividend-producing sectors, such as Health Care and Utilities, are still good options for investors.
  • For those with long-term investment horizons, rising rates likely won’t overly diminish the attractiveness of growing dividends.
  • Focus on steady GDP growth and consumer health to evaluate a stock’s potential for dividend growth.
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