Picking the Dividend Stocks in the Face of High-Interest Rate Environment

Yuxiao YangThis article was written by Yuxiao Yang – Financial Analyst at I Know First.

Summary:

  • In practice, the assumption that dividend stocks are less sensitive to interest rates because the duration of their cash flows is shorter than for non-dividend payers can be violated.
  • Most of the biggest dividend ETFs provided negative returns in the first half of 2022 although they outperformed the broader market on the whole.
  • I Know First provides the Dividend Stocks package to help our clients to select the most promising dividend stocks.

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Dividend Stocks: AI beats the S&P 500 by 26.81%

Highlights:

  • The highest average return is 57.42% for the Top 5 Signals on a 1-year time horizon
  • The most impressive out-performance against the S&P 500 index is from the Top 10 signal group in the 3-month horizon with 1.91 times higher return
  • Predictions reach up to 100% hit ratio regardless of economic conditions amid COVID-19
  • Every signal group has hit ratios above 52% for all time horizons
  • I Know First provides an investment strategy for institutional investors that generated a return of 57.73% and exceeded the S&P 500 return by 22.66% for the period from August 18th, 2020 to December 21st, 2021

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UNH Stock Forecast: A defensive company for uncertain times

Fernando SzapiroThis United Health Stock Forecast article was written by Fernando Szapiro – Financial Analyst at I Know First.

Highlights

  • United Health benefited by the pandemic as most people continue to pay for insurance and new clients have been added
  • United Health is a huge company, with a great balance sheet, but in a market with low growth rates
  • In a scenario where central banks raise interest rates due to inflation, United Health shares will not be as affected as technology companies
  • United Health stock forecast are good, as the company pays steady quarterly dividends and is trading at a fair valuation

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Dividend Stocks: AI Beats S&P 500 by 34.67%

Highlights:

  • The highest average return is 67.07% for the Top 5 Signals on the 1-year time horizon
  • The most impressive out-performance against the S&P 500 index is from the Top 5 signal group in the 1 year horizon with 2.07 times higher return
  • Predictions reach up to 100% hit ratio regardless of economic conditions amid COVID-19
  • Every signal group has hit ratios above 54% for all time horizons
  • I Know First provides an investment strategy for institutional investors that generated a return of 64.71% and exceeded the S&P 500 return by 18.61% for the period from June 24th, 2020 to October 24th, 2021

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TXN Stock Forecast: a Semiconductor Pioneer with Sustainable Growth

motek 1This TXN stock forecast article was written by Yutong Li – Analyst at I Know First, Master's candidate at Brandeis University.

Highlights:

  • TXN stock has grown by 16.3% since January 2021
  • The company has a strong financial footing with an ROE of 72.49% and an operating margin of 46.34%, outperforming 99.15% and 98.56% of companies in the semiconductor industry
  • With Texas Instruments’ wide product range, expanding manufacturing capabilities, and its strong financial position, the target price for TXN will hit $220 for the upcoming year
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    Best Dividend Stocks: Grow Your Wealth Steadily With Dividend Investing

    Chloe PengThe article was written by Chloe Peng, Analyst at I Know First., Master of Science of Finance candidate at Brandeis University.

    Summary:

    • Dividend paying stocks are more stable and profitable and gradually gain over the long-run.
    • Investors need to mind investment dates in order to get the next dividend payment.
    • I Know First helps you identify the top investments among all dividend paying stocks.

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