In part 1 of this two-part series on dividend stocks I covered 2 utility stocks, 4 REITs, 1 information technology company, and 2 financials. With this part 2, I will cover 4 energy sector stocks, 2 and consumer staples, and 2 companies in communication services. Because I was covering so many companies, I thought it would be better to break this into 2 videos. However, I would like your feedback. Would you rather have one lengthy video, or does it work better with 2 shorter versions as I did here? I would appreciate your feedback.

In both part 1 and part 2 of this series I was covering higher yielding dividend stocks for current income. There are several ways that these higher yielding stocks can be utilized. For retired investors, they can use them for generating a high level of current income beyond what they could get from other instruments such as fixed income. Additionally, for those investors still looking at generating a high total return, these higher yielding stocks could be mixed and matched with higher growing but lower yielding dividend growth stocks to achieve the best of both worlds.

In this video I will be reviewing Enterprise Products (EPD), Magellan Midstream (MMP), TC Energy (TRP), British American (BTI), Altria (MO), Philip Morris (PM), AT&T (T), Verizon (VZ)

Disclosure: Long EPD, MO, T, VZ at the time of writing.

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