KCOM Group's dividend yield is currently more than 6%. That makes it attractive, but it also puts it squarely in yield trap territory. For a high … [Read more...] about Can KCOM Group maintain its 6% dividend or is it a yield trap?
Consistent dividend growth is something that many dividend investors look for, and dividend champions are companies that have achieved it for 25 years … [Read more...] about 5 Dividend champions with high returns on capital
Halfords has a dividend yield of 5% at its current share price of 342p. That’s an attractive yield for a somewhat defensive retailer, but in recent … [Read more...] about Halfords PLC has a 5% dividend yield but its go-faster stripes have fallen off
As dividend-paying stocks go, Mark's & Spencer is not exactly a "hidden champion". On the contrary, it's a company that just about everyone in the … [Read more...] about Marks & Spencer’s dividend yield: Is it big enough to offset the risks?
If you ask most people what the UK national grid is, they’ll probably say something about it being the electricity grid. What they'll have in mind … [Read more...] about National Grid PLC: The ultimate low-risk dividend stock?
Tate & Lyle PLC no longer runs the branded sugar or syrup businesses it’s famous for, but the company is still an interesting and relatively … [Read more...] about Why Tate & Lyle PLC isn’t on my buy list
BT is a company which is known to virtually everyone in the UK and its shares are a favourite among investors seeking low risks and reliable … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons why BT’s shares could be riskier than you think
Sainsbury’s has been one of the better performing Big Four supermarkets in recent years but the company still faces some enormous challenges. Chief … [Read more...] about Why I won’t be buying shares in Sainsbury’s anytime soon
Marks and Spencer is one of those companies that always seems to either need or be in the middle of a turnaround. However, despite all the endless … [Read more...] about Why Marks and Spencer’s shares would have to fall to 300p before I’d invest
Domino’s Pizza Group has been a growth monster for most of the past 30 years. Historically it has doubled in size every five years or so and as a … [Read more...] about Domino’s Pizza Group: Can future growth justify the current share price?