The U.S. stock market, using SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE:SPY) as a proxy, has bounced about 8% from a low in December. The ETF has some strong resistance at the US$270 range. It needs to break that range and make a new high to indicate that the correction that started in October won’t continue.
Despite the market rebounding, there are still some good-value quality U.S. dividend growth stocks for long-term investing. Here are two out of seven top U.S. dividend ideas I wrote about here in December. They’re still great buys today.Read More