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Europe Markets: European stocks nudge higher after worst drubbing in three months amid second wave concerns
European stocks edged higher Tuesday after their worst one-day performance in more than three months, as the Continent faces tighter economic restrictions due to rising cases of coronavirus.

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11 Dividend-Paying Stocks You Should Think Twice About
Income investors have been forced to become far more selective about the dividend-paying stocks they stash in their portfolios.

More than 60 S&P 500 firms have cut or suspended their dividends in 2020. In some cases, the companies involved have been trying to maintain their financial flexibility in the midst of a pandemic-sparked recession, while others have simply had no choice but to cut all but the most vital of cash expenditures.

While the market has come roaring back from the depths that prompted those dividend-paying stocks to cut back, we're not out of the woods yet. A number of dividend stocks still look like potential payout-cut risks, while others simply look unattractive given lackluster recovery prospects.

The DIVCON system from exchange-traded fund provider Reality Shares can help investors weed out some of these riskier dividend payers. This system uses a five-tier rating, from 1 to 5, to gauge companies' dividend health. A DIVCON 5 rating indicates not just a healthy dividend, but a high likelihood of dividend growth. DIVCON 1 dividend stocks, on the other hand, are the likeliest to cut or suspend their payouts.

Within each DIVCON rating is a composite score based on factors including free cash flow-to-dividends, profit growth, buybacks as a percentage of dividends and more.

Here are 11 dividend-paying stocks that you should avoid at the moment. Each of these stocks has a DIVCON rating of either 2 or 1, awarded based on various metric readings that point to dividend and other difficulties in the months ahead. Long-term investors are better off focusing their efforts (and money) on dividend investments with more stability and b

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