Study: Dividend stocks alone don't produce highest returns

04/18/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Investors who add value-priced equities to their portfolio of dividend-paying stocks may find themselves ahead in the long run, one report says. New York-based investment adviser firm Gerstein Fisher found that portfolios that contained a mix of value stocks and high-dividend stocks had average yearly gains of 14.1%, while those focused only on high-yielding stocks returned 12.4%.

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