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- Tweaking my dividend growth strategy in my taxable account
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Articles from D4L-News:
Cheaply Valuated Stocks With Forces To Become The Next Top Dividend Grower
America is definitely the country with the highest amount of stocks that share profits with shareholders fairly. Believe me; I've seen thousands of companies all around the world where investors get robbed by management teams, lead investors or even the government. Around 150 stocks are available with 4 years of dividend growth. With the next hike they could become a real Dividend Challenger. My hope is that some of them are cheaper than the older and well-established stocks. Here are my favorite stocks...
Academics Confirm That Buffett's Success Is No Mystery
Buffett followed a strategy to buy companies that had a certain earnings profile, and it worked for him. There is a lot more luck involved in this strategy." But a new academic study does make it sound like skill has had a lot to do with Buffett's success as an investor. The study is...
Smart Money Dividend Stocks to Buy
When you read a headline that “Warren Buffett is buying Company X,” you’re naturally inclined to do a little digging into Company X’s financials. After all, if it’s good enough for Warren Buffett, it might be good enough for you.For these reasons, I tend to focus on larger holdings — the conviction buys that fund managers are likely to hold onto for a while. Today, I’m going to look at high-conviction dividend stocks from five well-known superinvestors...
Value Dividend Stocks You Should Consider For Your Portfolio
Because the market is at all-time highs still I maintain that it is difficult to find good stocks these days. That's why I'm highlighting a select set of excellent value companies in my dividend growth portfolio, which have had ex-dividend dates or paid out a dividend during this past week or early next week that people should place on their radar...
Dividend Stocks To Help You Get Tough While You Can
We want to build plenty of defensive toughness into our portfolios long before any such incident takes place. That’s why I’ve been urging you to weed out vulnerable stocks and mutual funds as the headline stock indexes plow higher. Move gradually and systematically, like the Carl Icahns of the world, with a sense of purpose—not panic. On the buy side, you’ll be smart to enlarge your holdings of stocks that throw off generous dividends. They’re not nearly as numerous as they were a year ago, but you can still find a few good ones such as...
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