Looking for a little more income from your investment portfolio? It may not be a bad idea, given the current economic backdrop. While the global economy is coming out of a rough patch caused by the coronavirus contagion, inflation is popping up in a big way in certain areas. And while we don’t know what the future holds, it certainly seems as if several growth-first companies have become a bit riskier as investments than they were just a few months back.
With this in mind, here’s a rundown of three great all-weather dividend stocks that should be able to push through whatever economic headwind awaits on the horizon.
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