An ideal portfolio is a mix of dividend and growth stocks. Blue-chip stocks offer stable dividend and capital protection through a low-beta. In general, investing in growth stocks is for maximizing capital gains. However, there are high-dividend growth stocks that add diversity to the portfolio.
I believe that growth stocks are poised to take-off in the next few quarters. With an impending recession, monetary policy action is likely to shift towards expansionary. This will be positive for the broader equity markets. With these factors in consideration, let’s talk about seven high-dividend growth stocks to buy at current levels.
This post appeared first on InvestorPlace.