Deep Dive: These high-yield stocks are down as much as 58% this year. But their inflation-fighting dividends have room to grow.


It’s that time again — the monthly consumer-inflation report will be released July 13, and the numbers are expected to be ugly.

If you are an investor who wants current income, not only do you need higher yields to help counteract price increases, you need some surety that your dividends won’t be cut if the U.S. economy heads into a recession.


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