Blackrock (BLK) has plummeted roughly 29% from its 52-week highs as the ongoing unrest in capital markets has softened the demand for the company's asset management services. With a 3.1% yield and strong dividend expansion prospects, Blackrock stock could present an attractive entry point for dividend-growth investors. Still, there is more downside potential at the current valuation. Consequently, I am neutral on the stock. An Asset Management Behemoth with Elevated Risks Blackrock is one of the most prominent investment management firms, boasting roughly $9.0 trillion of assets under management (AUM) as of its latest quarterly report. The company contributed heavily to pioneering the exchange-traded-fund (ETF) revolution.
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