Dividends may give investors a warm, fuzzy feeling, but are these high dividend paying stocks as great as many investors think?

Imagine this:
I’m worth $1 billion.
I then give you $100 million.
Am I still worth $1 billion?
I’m now worth $900 million.
The same thing happens when a company pays a dividend.

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