Sunday, October 18, 2015
Weekly Links: October 18, 2015
Articles you might find interesting:
- Portfolio Update: Building My Positions (October 16, 2015)
- September 2015 trading, investing, and dividends results
- Avoiding Lifestyle Inflation
- Ryman Hospitality Properties
- New Purchase: Johnson and Johnson
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- Sector Overview – Canadian Banks
- 7 Stocks To Buy And Hold For The Next Quarter Century
- 4 High-Yielding Utilities With A Growing Dividends
Articles from D4L-News:
3 Cheap Dividend Stocks to Buy Now
More promising are dividend-paying stocks that have solid long-term prospects but appear to have hit some speed bumps. Buying these stocks involves taking a chance that their businesses will revive. In exchange for that risk, you can get stocks with low P/Es and above-average yields. If the companies’ turnaround plans show even modest signs of success, the stocks could take off. One stock in this camp is...
4 Dividend Stocks Value Investors Will Love
Nevertheless, it is not time for investors to fret. It’s rather time to focus on readjusting their investment portfolios. Adding dividend stocks are always a good decision for investors looking for a steady return not only for countering the short term market challenges but to stay afloat in the long term as well. Moreover, it’s a good time to focus on value stocks as well. Here are the four stocks that met the criteria...
5 Value REITs Flying WAY Under the Radar
Typically when you think of REITs, you think of the two main varieties: equity REITs and mortgage REITs (typically just called mREITs). Equity REITs are the kind that own physical property — shopping malls, office buildings, apartments. Mortgage REITs, on the other hand, either make loans or invest in various mortgage-back securities and bonds, tied to either residential or commercial properties. Here are five hybrid REITs to buy...
4 Stocks for Patient Income Investors
Today, I want to look at some of the other dividend growth stocks reading for book value or less that might make sense for patient investors. When I run the screen, there are a lot of energy stocks on the list, but I am not sure most of those can keep paying, much less raise the dividend for the next few years. Since we are looking for reasonably safe dividend growth stocks for income-oriented investors, I think it will be best to dodge the energy names for now...
5 Dividend Stocks that Powered Through the Financial Crisis
The following five dividend stocks grew sales, GAAP earnings per share, and free cash flow during the 2008-09 financial crisis, allowing them to raise their dividends and outperform the S&P 500 by more than 25% in 2008. With global economies facing increased uncertainty and stock markets showing higher volatility in recent weeks, maintaining a dividend portfolio that provides safe income and capital preservation in down markets is more important than ever. The five dividend stocks that breezed through the great recession are...
High-Yield Dividend Stocks You Can Trust
Trying to time when to jump in and out of dividend stocks will likely return no better odds than randomly flipping a coin. Instead, I'd suggest that an investor's best course of action would be to locate high-quality, high-yield dividend stocks and stick with them over the long run. Today, we'll briefly look at a handful of high-yield dividend stocks that I believe investors can trust. As always, consider this a jumping-off point for your own research instead of as a concrete signal to buy since stocks can move lower just as easily as they can move higher...
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There are some really good articles here, please take time and read a few of them.
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