High Dividend Yield Stocks: What’s Wrong With Them
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The main appeal of investing in dividend stocks is definitely to build a passive source of income. Too often, low dividend yield stocks are dismissed to the profit of high yield dividend stocks. Investors are often greedy and look at short term income. Most dividend stocks are paying a dividend yield between 2% and 4%. In my own terms, stocks paying higher than 4% are called high yield dividend stocks.

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