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Articles from D4L-News:
If Taxes Rise, Grab These Dividend Stocks
It’s no secret that well-established companies that pay regular dividends outperform the overall market over both the short and long haul. According to Standard & Poor’s, since 1927, dividend-paying stocks have returned 11 percent per year vs. 8 percent for non-dividend paying stocks. Moreover, they have outperformed with less volatility. Two dividend-robust companies to add right now are...
Sizzling Dividend Stocks So Far in 2013
A stock that can provide big-time income and sweet share appreciation isn’t just an investor’s dream come true. It also sounds too good to be true. And admittedly, the combo is difficult to find, especially considering that a dividend stock’s yields naturally dwindle as its share prices rise. But a few dreamy stocks have have provided double rewards for loyal shareholders so far in 2013...
Blue Chip Stocks With High Dividend Growth
A well-balanced, diversified income portfolio should have equity exposure to safe, proven dividend players with room for growth. While there is no sure thing in the market, using the above metrics gives the investor two excellent options to protect capital while offering exposure to both dividend growth and capital appreciation. Two Blue-Chip Options...
Warren Buffett's Favorite Economic Indicator
Railroads are the circulatory system of the economy, moving raw goods to factories and finished products to consumers. So it should be good news to more than rail investors to hear great results this quarter from some of North America's biggest railroads, including...
Blue Chip Dividend Investing Without A Lid
I like to engage in what I call "investing without a lid on" to describe circumstances where a company's current growth prospects relative to current valuation gives you a healthy chance to benefit from total returns in excess of 10% in the next decade. I'll give a few examples...
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