Sunday, July 26, 2015
Weekly Links: July 26, 2015
Articles you might find interesting:
- Conquering the corporate ladder
- Motif Investing Portfolio Update
- Whirlpool Today
- Long-term investors and their relationship to quarterly figures and announcements
- My 3 Loyal Sons: How A Wacky Idea Inspired My Sons To Invest In Stocks
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- 7 Dividend Stocks With A 20% Yield In 20 Years
- 5 Best Stocks For Retirement Investors (Yield And Value)
- Recent Buy – Johnson & Johnson
- Six Dividend Growth Stocks That Keep Delivering For Their Shareholders
- The First is $100,000 is The Hardest
- National Oilwell Varco (NOV) Recent Purchase
Articles from D4L-News:
3 Big MLPs to Buy for Big Dividends
When you’re looking for the stablest of the stable, you can’t beat the mega-cap and elder statesmen MLPs. Their sheer size and scope provides a huge safety net for investors — and some of the best dividends in the sector. Here’s three big MLPs that are big buys...
Top 3 Dividend Stocks for July
With tension in Greece mounting, geopolitical tensions simmering in the Middle East, and the Federal Reserve on the verge of raising interest rates, dividend-yielding stocks with a history of providing capital appreciation and increasing their annual dividend yield can help protect your portfolio from short-term market volatility. Below are three stocks with a long history of raising their annual dividend yields. They should be able to continue to provide investors with solid capital appreciation regardless of what the Federal Reserve does in the second half of this year...
5 dividend stocks that are ‘forever’ investments
Whether you look back to the European debt crisis of 2011 or the mortgage meltdown of 2008, long-term investors with a focus on high-quality stocks are nearly always made whole — and often come out significantly ahead on a total-return basis. The answer for many investors, then, is to rely on stable dividend payers that have strong operations that enable them to weather anything the market throws their way and sustain their dividends even during a downturn. Here are five such “forever stocks” I think investors should consider...
David Einhorn’s Three Favorite High Yield Dividend Stocks
David Einhorn is one of the most successful long/short hedge fund managers. He has averaged returns of nearly 20% a year since starting his hedge fund Greenlight Capital in 1996. David Einhorn owns several dividend stocks with yields over 3%. This article examines the 3 dividend stocks that make up the largest percentage of David Einhorn’s portfolio with dividend yields over 3%...
3 Great Dividend Stocks with Strong Momentum
Each of the stocks below provides a dividend yield of above 2.5% and also carries a Momentum Style Score of ‘A.’ Flaunting a solid Zacks Rank and Momentum Style Score of ‘A,’ coupled with an average price change of above 5% over the last four weeks, the following stocks are good bets for now...
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