Sunday, June 14, 2015

Weekly Links: June 14, 2015

Each Sunday I highlight any notable articles that I came across over the past week. Though I may not always agree with each of the articles highlighted, they will often provide an interesting argument for their position. We can take some concepts that may or may not align with our vision, then apply them to our framework, and voila, a new idea is born.

Articles you might find interesting:

- 5 Stocks Building Wealth With Dividend Increases
- Why I Like Low Dividend Yield Stocks
- Should Dividend Investors Re-Balance Portfolios?
- Best 2015 Dividend stocks Mid-Year Results
- Best 2015 Dividend stocks Mid-Year Results
- Low Bullish Investor Sentiment Generally Leads To Strong Forward Returns For Stocks

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 7 High-Yield REITs With Growing Dividends
- 5 Fairly Priced Dividend Stocks With Deep Values
- Recent Buy – Amgen Inc
- Four Stocks That Aren’t On My Radar… But Perhaps Should Be On Yours
- Stock Review of Lowe’s Companies
- Wisconsin Energy; Can it Support Growth Through Acquisitions?

Articles from D4L-News:

3 Dividend Stocks That Are Flush With Cash
I like dividend stocks that have tons of cash on hand. The other benefit of having a dividend stock with a lot of cash and little or no debt? It provides you with an effective discount to the stock price. If a dividend stock trades at $50 per share but has $10 per share in cash, you are getting the business for $40 per share. That’s a hidden value that may make the stock less expensive than it may appear. Let’s look at some great dividend stocks that are flush with cash...

The "Best of Breed" Dividend Stocks
Income investors should generally search for "best of breed" dividend stocks. As the name implies, these are the top dividend plays you can buy and hold over the long term. The way I view it, the best-of-breed dividend stocks can be broken down into three categories: high yield, sustainability, and growth. Let's look at an example or two in each category so you'll have a good idea of what a best-of-breed dividend stock looks like. These may not have flashy 7.7% yields, but they'll deliver just about the safest dividend you can possibly find. Here I'm thinking about names such as...

Why Income Investors Should Buy These 4 Dividend Stocks Instead Of Dividend ETFs
Rather than pay someone else to invest my money in the so-called dividend funds that barely yielded more than the broader market, I could simply buy individual dividend stocks. Indeed, a cursory review of these two ETFs' holdings reveals they own many large, well-known dividend stocks that investors could easily buy individually. The VIG's core holdings include...

Retirees Should Consider These 3 Ultra-Safe, High-Yield Stocks
The three stocks in this article all have paid steady or increasing dividends for 30 or more consecutive years. They all have exceptionally low stock price standard deviations. These 3 businesses also have strong competitive advantages that insulate them from the worst effects of recessions. In short, these are 3 high quality businesses that score high marks for safety...

7 REITs to Buy Today for Growing Dividends
The current selloff (as well as the one we’ll see when the Fed actually does raise rates) should be used as buying opportunities by anyone looking for suddenly cheaper sources of income. With that in mind, here are seven REITs to buy soon...

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There are some really good articles here, please take time and read a few of them.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for including me in your weekly reading review D4L.

    Hope you had a great weekend!

    DGI

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