Stocks that pay a dividend can play an important role in any portfolio with or without increased stock market volatility. There are stocks that pay dividends monthly and can add extra income on a continuing basis. With the coronavirus crisis, the fundamentals for almost all stocks have changed and there is a large probability that many stocks will cut their dividend when the release the next quarterly results in April 2020. The stock market volatility may persist for the earnings season.
Best dividend stocks to buy and hold
The coronavirus outbreak has changed this trend, and even high dividend blue-chip stocks, best long-term dividend stocks, safe high dividend stocks may need to reduce their dividends. We will have to examine and analyze the
constant dividend-paying companies and best dividend-paying stocks for the long-term bases on the fundamentals when released, with a possible stock price revision to the downside.
An interesting article about 8 Dividends In Danger Of Being Cut.
“Dividends At Risk
Here are eight S&P 500 stocks with dividend yields of at least 7% and payout ratios of above 100%, according to Finviz.
ONEOK, Inc. (NYSE: OKE), 16% yield.
Williams Companies Inc (NYSE: WMB), 11.8% yield.
Newell Brands Inc (NASDAQ: NWL), 7.1% yield.
AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T), 7% yield.
Wynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ: WYNN), 7% yield.
Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX), 6.4% yield.
Kraft Heinz Co (NASDAQ: KHC), 6.1% yield.
Baker Hughes Co (NYSE: BKR), 6.1% yield.”