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Dividend Stocks: Which Way To Go - Blue Chips Or High Yield?

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Fri, 27 Jan 2012

By John D. Thomason : With the Federal Reserve's latest statement (January 25, 2012) serving notice that the near-zero interest rate policy is likely to extend through late 2014, an individual investor seeking income has no practical alternative to dividend-paying stocks. While there are many ...

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