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As an investor, I'm very grateful that 2023 has been a bounce-back year for the stock market. Here are the four dividend stocks I'm most thankful I owned this year. Shares of the semiconductor and software company have rallied 75% this year.
Blackstone (BX) to close its Diversified Multi-Strategy fund by the end of this year because of dull returns.