Seeking a Dividend Stock with Strong Growth Potential?

All investors want huge returns from stocks, bonds, ETFs, and other instruments. However, income investors focus on creating steady cash flow from their liquid investments.

Bond interest, other investment interest, and dividends provide cash flow. Dividends are paid out to shareholders and measured as a percentage of the stock price. Academic studies suggest that dividends contribute significantly to long-term profits, often exceeding one-third.

Kite Realty Group Highlighted In Indianapolis, Kite Realty Group (KRG) is a finance company whose shares have fallen 7.31% this year. Company dividends are $0.25 per share, yielding 4.72%. REIT and Equity Trust - Retail yields 4.43%, while the S&P 500 yields 1.54%.

The company's $1 yearly dividend is up 4.2% from last year. Kite Realty Group has raised its dividend twice a year over the past five years, averaging 0.39%. Earnings growth and payout ratio—the percentage of a company's annual earnings per share paid out as dividends—will affect dividend growth. Kite Realty Group's dividend payout ratio is 47% of its trailing 12-month EPS.

KRG expects earnings growth this fiscal year. The Zacks Consensus Estimate for 2024 is $2.04 per share, up 0.49% year-over-year.

Investors prefer dividends for several reasons, from increasing stock investing earnings and lowering portfolio risk to tax benefits. However, not all companies pay quarterly.

Tech startups and big growth companies rarely pay dividends. Larger corporations with bigger profits usually pay dividends.

 Income investors must remember that high-yielding stocks struggle when interest rates rise. KRG is a tempting investment because of that. This dividend play is very strong.

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