According to Lawrence Strauss writing for Barron’s, dividend stocks are in a strong position as bond yields drop. With every downward tick of the 10-Year U.S. Treasury note’s yield, dividend-paying stocks look even better, he says—concurring with other analysts in the field. The 10-year treasury note’s yield has fallen as low as 1.6 percent. That’s its lowest level since 2016, according to FactSet. But now, many bond analysts are saying that rates could fall even further for U.S. bonds with the potential for negative interest rates. Over 58% of stocks in the S & P 500 now have a dividend yield higher than the interest rate on a ten-year treasury bond. The timing could be very good for investors who want to get started with a quality dividend reinvestment strategy. Complete details on that and more. MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!