Manufacturer stocks offer bargains for brave investors

Thomas, Larry
July 2008
Furniture/Today;7/14/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 44, p40
Trade Publication
The article comments on the potential bargain available for investors willing to invest in the stocks of furniture manufacturers in the U.S. The author observes that the utility like dividend yields achieved by more than a half-dozen furniture companies may prove to be attractive for income investors. He states that a company's dividend yield, calculated by dividing the annual dividend by the stock price, is subject to change as prices increase and decrease.


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