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Chloe Lutts Jensen

Dividend Specialist and Chief Analyst, Cabot Dividend Investor

Chloe Lutts Jensen is the third generation of the Lutts family to join the family business. Prior to joining Cabot, Chloe worked as a financial reporter covering fixed income markets at Debtwire, a division of the Financial Times, and at Institutional Investor. At Cabot, she is a contributor to Cabot Wealth Daily.

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To find the best end-of-year investing candidates, start by looking at sectors. But don’t look at 2018’s best sectors. Quite the contrary, in fact.
Whether you already love REITs for the income or are just looking to diversify your portfolio, here are three high-yield REITs to own in 2019.
With the market in a tailspin, it’s long past time to add a few safe investments to your portfolio. Start with these three old reliables.
The list of stocks hitting highs right now is thin, but many of the ones that are are REITs. Why are REITs doing so well while the rest of the market tanks?
Low-risk dividend stocks have held up well during the recent market correction. Here are four that have proven particularly resilient.
How would you like to own shares in a company that sends you a check every month, regular as Social Security? You can do so, with monthly dividend stocks.
After a bumpy first half of the year, there are plenty of undervalued dividend stocks out there. Here are 10 poised for a big second half of 2018.
After an up-and-down first half of 2018, undervalued dividend stocks abound. To find them, start by looking in these beaten-down sectors.
Healthcare REITs tend to have very stable, predictable income as well as good growth prospects. These are the five best healthcare REITs to buy today.
You know Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN) and Netflix (NFLX) are good stocks. But the best stocks are often companies you’ve never heard of. Here are 10 of them.
Monthly dividend stocks are a perfect source of regular income you can use to pay bills, rent or buy groceries. Here are five to add to your portfolio.
Looking for stocks you can rely on during the market’s traditional Sell In May and Go Away period? Try these five Dividend Aristocrats.
Here are six lower-risk, dividend-paying stocks for your portfolio that will help you ride out the tumble in tech stocks.
The new tax cut for corporate America caused some big surprises in fourth-quarter earnings. Here are some other potential impacts on investors.
The investing climate has suddenly turned scary, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t good stocks to buy. Here are the five best stocks to invest in now.
As the stock market correction drags into its third week, some analysts are looking to an unlikely ally to step in and put a stop to it: the Fed.
One commonly cited reason for this week’s market panic is a sudden surge in interest rates. Is higher inflation soon to follow?
Want to know the best dividend stocks for 2018? Focus on factors that will attract more investors to the stock short-term. Here are five that fit that mold.
Here are five more top Canadian dividend stocks chosen for their dividend histories, earnings expectations and dividend payout ratios.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to adopt healthy new habits, and I’ve found five money-making or money-saving investing resolutions to share.
Using dividend histories, earnings records and payout ratios, I’ve compiled a list of the 10 top Canadian dividend stocks today. Here are the first five.
It’s about to get a whole lot easier to invest in bitcoin, thanks to two new financial products known as bitcoin futures. Here’s how they work.
Digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ether have their appeal. But as last week’s Ether flash crash revealed, the immense risk isn’t worth the rewards.
The best dividend stocks this year should come from three sectors in particular. Here are three stocks that stand out to me.
High yields don’t always mean high risk. Here are 10 high yield dividend stocks that have reliable revenues, rising stock prices and quality businesses.
The best dividend stocks to buy and hold have long dividend histories, generate reliable cash flow and are recession-resistant. Here are the 10 I like best.
Odds that the Fed will hike interest rates in December are up to 80%, but have been volatile of late. The decision will hinge on several key factors.
Dividend growth is an income investor’s dream. Here are the 10 best dividend-paying stocks for dividend growth investors.
In part two of my two-part series on monthly dividend stocks, I offer up six more monthly dividend payers for investors seeking a steady income stream.
Most brick-and-mortar retail stocks are struggling these days, but one surprising retail stock is bucking the trend to online shopping.