Dividend Bubble?

Dividend stocks have been thriving in the low interest rate environment. Dividend-paying stocks, which we define as stocks with higher dividend yields than the broad equity market, have garnered support as investors increasingly use stock dividends as a substitute for fixed income in the low interest rate environment. But has the market’s thirst for yield gone too far? Are these stocks in a bubble? This week we take a look at high-dividend-paying stocks to assess whether these stocks are in a bubble and if investors should actually view high dividend yields as a warning sign.

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