Dividend stocks have been just as volatile as the rest of the market, says Sarat Sethi

Dividend stocks have been just as volatile as the rest of the market, says sarat sethi

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Virtus Investment Partners’ said today on the ‘Halftime Report’ that he’s looking at dividend stocks. Sarat Sechi, Douglas C. Lane managing partner, joins ‘Closing Bell: Overtime’ to weigh in.

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