Some people pursue a strategy of investing in stocks that issue regular dividends, so they can get consistent income, while simultaneously benefiting from any appreciation in that business' share price. If that sounds like something you'd be interested in, then it's prolly worth exploring these high-dividend yield stocks. But, remember, when it comes to investing there's no magic bullet, and while dividend stocks may add stability to a portfolio, they're unlikely to significantly outperform healthy growth stocks.
Dividend yield forward
Change % 1D
Technical Rating 1D
Volume * Price 1D
|DDOMDOMINGUEZ CIA, S.A||3.33%||8.50 VES||−5.56%||−0.50 VES|
|679||5.772K||476.276M VES||—||—||—||Process Industries|
|AABC.ABANCO DEL CARIBE, C.A. BANCO UNIVERSAL, CLASE (A)||1.63%||8.97 VES||2.05%||0.18 VES|