According to the Wall Street Journal’s Dan Strumpf, interest-rate jitters are taking their toll on one of the stock market’s big success stories in recent years: high-dividend stocks. Double digit losses have now replaced double-digit gains of recent years. Investors plowed $48.4 billion into mutual and exchange-traded funds tracking utilities and REITs from 2010 through 2014, according to Morningstar Inc., but now, many large institutions are moving away. Learn the risks. In the Q & A segment, Neil MacNeal, whose stock split strategy has been recognized by Mark Hulbert at MarketWatch, and has doubled the Wilshire 5000 since 2000, returns to Mastering Money to talk splits with the A-Team.