Don't Sell AT&T

May 19, 2021 8:33 AM ETAT&T Inc. (T)398 Comments
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  • News of AT&T’s decision to sell its WarnerMedia assets has rattled markets and shaken the confidence of dividend investors.
  • Over the years, what we were missing in share price appreciation, we were largely receiving through a reliably elevated dividend payout.
  • But now, in exchange for a smaller dividend payout, we will need to receive a much better chance at real appreciation in share price values.
  • Our decision is to hold AT&T - but income investors must be prepared to spend more time thinking about where to enter and exit trades.

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For quite a while, market insiders have made the joke that AT&T (NYSE: T) works as one of the “best bond trades” that are available in the market for income investors. Of course, these facetious comments

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