Sunday, May 31, 2015
Weekly Links: May 31, 2015
Articles you might find interesting:
- 5 Stocks Beating Inflation With Higher Dividends
- What is the Key to Riding out Downturns and Thriving in the Long-Term?
- Does a low yield strategy make sense?
- How Worried Are You?
- Walmart One Year Later
- Depot Overview 2015 - KW 22
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- International Diversification May Be Closer than You Think
- 20 Highest Yielding Monthly Payout Stocks
- Emerging Market Bonds
- Sector Allocation As It Pertains To Dividend Growth Investing
- Stock Analysis of Philip Morris International
- Caterpillar – The Right Timing to Buy Tonkas
Articles from D4L-News:
5 Dividend Stocks on Nasdaq You Don't Want to Miss
15 years, 1 month and 13 days is precisely how long it took Nasdaq to beat the record it had set for itself in 2000 – at the peak of the dot-com bubble. With a diversified portfolio consisting a few dependable tech high-fliers, the index soared to an all-time high last week. It gained 0.4% to close at 5,056.06 on Apr 23 (versus 5048.62 recorded on Mar 10, 2000). However, is the Nasdaq high a breakout or a bubble this time around? With memories of the dot.com bubble still fresh, a hot debate is brewing on the fate of the index. We picked 5 stocks based on their dividend yield...
6 High-Yielding Stocks for Dividend Investors
We expect the entire regulated electric utility sector to extend its run of good returns and consistent dividend growth. And even as the solar revolution slowly spreads, the established utilities will remain an integral part of the power-distribution system. The rest of Meritage’s portfolio may stoke your curiosity. It certainly gave us some ideas. Despite years of growing stock prices, there’s still a decent selection of industrial, service and technology companies whose shares yield 4% or thereabouts, and not because the stock price collapsed...
5 Cinderella Stocks to Buy for Big Dividends
Sometimes investing can be fun. Yes, real, honest-to-goodness fun — as when one of your neglected and seemingly unremarkable Cinderella stocks transforms overnight into the belle of the ball! We’ve had two such experiences in recent days. In today’s overvalued and increasingly fatigued market, true Cinderella stocks are scarce (although there are lots of ugly stepsisters). Among the...
3 Big Oil Dividend Stocks To Buy
And now could be the time to buy these energy stocks. Koesterich’s research shows that big oil is trading for just 1.5 times book value, forward price-to-earnings multiples that are below the sector’s history and an average dividend yield of 4%. While Koesterich didn’t name names, there’s plenty of big oil bargains. Here are three of the best to buy today...
The Compelling Case For Dividend Paying Stocks
Some have been warning that with the Federal Reserve likely to soon raise interest rates, income-producing stocks will no longer be appealing. Here are 5 reasons I still favor dividend-paying stocks...
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