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Andy Wang on Volatility and Dividend Stocks at TD Ameritrade Network

Andy Wang chats with Nicole Petallides, host of the Watch List, about volatility, corona virus, and dividend stocks.

Key takeaways:

  • Market volatility associated with concerns over coronavirus is expected to remain.
  • Increasing number of coronavirus cases in the United States probably means the market has not found a bottom yet.
  • The Federal Reserve's lower interest rates could cause investors to seek dividend paying stocks.
  • Verizon has a 25+ year history of paying a dividend to shareholders and looks reasonably priced at 11x forward 12-month earnings.
  • China A-Shares have rebounded from coronavirus lows and should see long-term inflows as the MSCI All Country World Index increases its weighting of China A-Shares.

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