The Week’s Investing News Roundup: Buffett Stocks, Dividend Aristocrats, Value Stocks and More

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  • Consumer inflation was higher than expected in December, but wholesale prices unexpectedly slipped.
  • JPMorgan posts a record annual profit, while Citigroup reports a fourth-quarter net loss. Wells Fargo and Delta Air Lines exceed quarterly earnings estimates.
  • The SEC approves spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds.
  • Boeing stock tumbles after 737 Max 9s are grounded.
  • Tesla cuts more prices and cuts output due to Red Sea disruptions.
  • Microsoft briefly overtakes Apple as the world’s most valuable company.
  • Amazon and Google cut hundreds of jobs.
  • HPE to acquire Juniper Networks, and Chesapeake Energy and Southwestern Energy will merge.

5 Excellent Dividend Stocks With Yields Over 10%

With yields dropping fast, there are five stocks, including FS KKR Capital, that yield more than 10% and make sense for those looking for big total return ideas for 2024.

Warren Buffett Owns Hundreds of Millions of Shares of 2 High-Yielding Dividend Aristocrats

Investors looking for quality stocks paying big dividends should look to buy the two Dividend Aristocrats that Warren Buffett owns in the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio.

6 Big Dividend Stocks Wall Street Is Sleeping On

Wall Street often misses some great dividend stocks for investors. Check out six, including Ares Capital and British American Tobacco, that have been somewhat ignored but could explode higher.

5 Dividend Aristocrats Primed for a Big 2024

Investors looking for dependable dividends should consider Abbvie, Realty Income, Target and other Dividend Aristocrats that all looked primed for a bounceback in 2024.

6 Value Stocks With Massive Dividend Growth Potential

Investors looking for stocks that pay dependable dividends need to buy shares of companies that raise those dividends. Morgan Stanley, Pfizer, Verizon and others look like great ideas now.

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