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NEW VIDEO: Dividend Stocks – Lost Their Luster?

Over the course of the last few months, major stock indices like the S&P 500 have experienced strong gains. However, dividend stocks have not participated as much in the rally. Does this mean there is a problem with higher quality dividend oriented companies? We don’t think so. In this new video, you will hear from our views on dividend stocks in the current environment.





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