These four Jefferies Franchise List energy companies that could be perfect additions for the fourth quarter, as oil prices continue to rise and energy demand may increase during the winter months.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday include AbbVie, Dana, Humana, International Paper, Navistar, Southwest Airlines and Tesla.
Huge payouts that have remained consistent, along with the ability for the share prices to go higher, make these solid plays for more aggressive income accounts looking for energy exposure.
The top picks at Jefferies are based on a long-view bullish stance on the industry. These seven top companies are solid choices for long-term growth portfolios looking to add energy.
At 24/7 Wall St., we are always a little dubious about companies that pay double-digit dividends and distributions, but we are equally intrigued by those that continue to pay them over a long period.
These three companies not only look able to maintain their large payouts but they also have growth prospects. They look to be solid 2018 plays for income seekers.
While none of these top stocks have the upside potential of a Google or Amazon from back in the day, the companies do have solid business models and their shares make sense for accounts looking for...
These five companies pay massive distributions or dividends and have upside potential.Tthey could pay off big in a total return way for patient investors.
Income investors have been backed into a corner while searching for yield. These are four top income ideas for those looking for yields that are way above average.
With many investors looking for income-producing stocks, we decided to look at the Merrill Lynch research universe for stocks, including master limited partnerships (MLPs), that yield 8% or better...
Jefferies has some late 2016 stock picks, and these four dividend payers could make good sense as we head into the new trading year next week.
These four stocks rated Buy at Merrill Lynch and that pay at least a 7% dividend look very attractive, especially for investors either seeking income or total return plays for their portfolio.
One of the best things for investors to do is look for solid growth potential combined with fair valuations. Sprinkle in dividends and you have a recipe for total return success.
Jefferies is out with a with a bullish call on the LNG shipping master limited partnerships, with the analysts citing improving industry fundamentals.
One good path for income investors is to think energy master limited partnerships, as much of the bad news and lower oil and natural gas pricing has long since been factored in.