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Beaten-Down Dividend Stocks For 2014
The number of companies raising their dividend hit the highest levels in over 20 years, and dividend cuts were almost unheard of. And given that the dividend payout ratios of American stocks are scraping along at a historically low 32%, 2014 will almost certainly see income investors rewarded with more cash than ever. Today’s we’re going to take a look at some of my favorite dividend stocks that are trading at beaten-down prices...
Monthly Dividend Stocks To Snag In 2014
Monthly payment of dividends would be vastly preferable for most investors. Several income-focused mutual funds and closed-end funds do, in fact, pay monthly. But most are concentrated in low-yielding bonds, and if you’re like me, you prefer to hand pick the best dividend stocks for both income growth and capital appreciation. There are actually quite a few companies trading today that pay their dividends monthly. Let’s take a look at some of my favorites...
Dividend Growth Investing 'Is' Total Return Investing
I recently wrote an article (here) where I discussed my portfolio's returns for 2013. In the article I detailed my returns and expounded on my investing thesis, which is a belief in the merits of dividend growth investing. Over time, I believe dividend growth investing will outperform other investing strategies. I do believe you can make money in the market using various other strategies, but dividend growth investing is the safest, simplest and best for most individual investors...
5 'Dogs Of The Dow' To Buy In 2014
In a nutshell, the Dogs of the Dow strategy works exceptionally well in bull markets, and a whole lot less well when the market is showing signs of weakness. But as far as I'm concerned, it's pretty clear that we're in the early stages of a secular bull right now. So today, we'll take a closer look at five Dogs of the Dow stocks...
Dividend Stocks Under 10 Dollars for Value Investors
As some of our readers have pointed out, the stock screens we publish with equities all priced below $5 don't always do so well. But this is sort of expected. Stocks in this price range are often so volatile that most institutional investors won't even consider them. And while these lists often yield a big winner or two, the gains made by one are rarely enough to yield a well-performing list as a whole. So we decided to tweak the formula behind our "Deal or No Deal" column a bit. It's still important to us to search for small caps and growth plays that you may not have heard of – but we also wanted to try more ways to weed out some of the duds. Here are 6 stocks under 10 bucks that also have low valuations and pay dividends...
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