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The Top Five Dividend Stocks that Gurus are Holding
I decided to take a look at which dividend-focused stocks were held by the highest number of gurus. In my personalized filter I chose to focus on companies with a dividend yield of at least 4% and that have been consistently increasing their dividends. The following five stocks are held by the highest number of gurus...
3 ETFs Paying 14% That Are Safe…For Now
I decided to go on a hunt for the highest high-yield ETFs I could find, because ETFs would offer some safety in their inherent diversification. If a few stocks in the ETF imploded, the entire ETF may not go down with them. I found three ETFs that offer diversification but also carry their own risks. After careful evaluation, I feel these dividend yields are safe for the foreseeable future. Any danger of implosion is likely to be telegraphed...
How to Buy Stocks That Will Make You Rich
Before you buy a stock for the long run, check to see how it performs during the bad years. One of the best practitioners of this is Warren Buffett. Buffett freely admits to his shareholders that he's unlikely to beat the market in years when the S&P jumps higher. In fact, Berkshire Hathaway has underperformed the S&P in four out of the last five years as the market has soared from the 2009 lows. However, consider...
Century Club Dividend Stocks
We've all heard about the "mile high club," now I'd like to introduce to you the "century club," a select group of companies that have continuously paid dividends every single year for more than 100 years. These companies have been able to pay out a part of their earnings to shareholders during the depression, two World Wars, natural disasters, terrorist events and other economic downturns. See how many are in your portfolio...
6 REIT Dividend Dogs Fetch 11% To 30% June Upsides
Dog dividend methodology is based on Michael B. O'Higgins book "Beating The Dow" (HarperCollins, 1991), which revealed how high yielding stocks whose prices increased (and whose dividend yields therefore decreased) could be sold off once a year to sweep gains and reinvest the seed money into higher yielding stocks in the same index. Now named Dogs of the Dow, O'Higgins system also works to find bargains in any collection of dividend paying stocks. Utilizing analyst price upside estimates has expanded the stock lists to include popular growth equities, if desired. Top REIT stock by yield was...
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