You can’t always get what you want. Investors usually have to make trade-offs. You might be able to get what you want, but you often have to give up something else to get it.
Investors who seek steady income from dividends typically don’t expect to benefit from impressive share-price appreciation. In many cases, growth opportunities are sacrificed to get an attractive dividend.
There can be notable exceptions to this, though. For example, here are three dividend stocks that Wall Street thinks will soar 20% or more over the next 12 months.