Myth-Busting: Rising Interest Rates and Dividend-Paying Stocks
The conventional wisdom holds that dividend-paying stocks will sell off as interest rates rise, which explains why some income-oriented security classes lagged the broader market this year. However, history tells us a different story: the performance  of utilities, telecoms, master limited partnerships and real estate investment trusts correlates more closely to the broader stock market than interest rates. More important, the Federal Reserve's decision to suggests that accelerating economic growth will help to offset any headwinds related to an uptick in interest rates.

In this exclusive webcast, Roger Conrad, the founder and chief editor of Conrad's Utility Investor and Capitalist Times, explains why the conventional wisdom is wrong and highlights some of his top picks.
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