Revisit Regal After Earnings

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In the past, I've recommended shares of Regal Entertainment (RGC) to Real Money Pro readers, and it's been a good ride. Of course, the hefty dividend yield, which currently stands at 4.3%, is nothing for value investors to sneeze at it either. While it's not quite a dividend dynamo -- that is, a company that increases its dividend payment year in, year out – Regal does have a track record of increasing its dividend over time....409 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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