Sunday, November 15, 2015
Weekly Links: November 15, 2015
Articles you might find interesting:
- McCormick Spice - Almost Perfect
- Dividend Increase – McDonald’s (MCD), I’m Lovin’ It
- Actionable Advice
- Google Swarm Working
- 15 Dividend Increases, November 2 To November 6, 2015
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- Are You Patient Enough To Be Wealthy? These 7 Dividend Stocks Will Help You Wait
- 7 Stocks That Pay High Monthly Dividends And Yields Up To 13.16%
- Sector Overview – Fertilizer Companies
- How Dividend Mantra Inspired Me
- Autoliv, not a classic dividend growth stock but shows potential
Articles from D4L-News:
3 of the Safest High-Dividend Stocks You Can Buy Today
The real estate investment trust, or REIT, industry is a fantastic place to find safe and reliable high-yield dividend stocks because of their subscription model. So, unlike other companies that have to innovate and market new products, REITs own portfolios of real estate, lease those properties to businesses, and then collect rent. This model is perfectly suited to generating consistent dividends. However, all REITs are not created equal, and that is why you need to focus on the best. Today, I have three of them...
Highest Dividend Stocks - Current Offerings, and Why You May Want to Avoid Them
High-dividend stocks sound like an obvious winner. You get a large dividend payment on a periodic basis that you can choose to take straightaway or roll over into further stock purchases in the company. What's not to like? Stocks that pay the highest dividends are not necessarily the best choice. There is more to the story than just a simple percentage or dividend yield. Let's drop back and take a more fundamental look at dividends in general...
6 REITs With Big Yields of 6% or More
While REITs do initially feel the effect of rising interest rates, the shock eventually wears off, and REITs still manage to outperform stocks by a decent margin. Considering the selloff we’ve already seen in REITs, that initial shock period might already be close to done — and could be finished by the time the Fed actually raises rates. So, what REITs are worth investors’ dollar? Here’s a look at six high-yielding real estate picks that throw off at least 6% at today’s price...
The Smart Money’s Top Energy Dividend Stocks
Ever since the August of last year, crude oil has been volatile, mainly in a bad way. The price of Brent and WTI was almost $100 per barrel then, the price of the two grades is around $50 per barrel or less now. Crude has halved because of weak macro economic factors and Saudi Arabia deciding to increase production by 1 million barrels a day. The oversupply in the industry is so great that even the strongest companies have seen their stocks do poorly lately. But as the saying goes, with great risk comes great opportunity, and given the steep declines in the values of many energy stocks, opportunity certainly abounds. Since dividend stocks are generally better bets than most, given the companies’ wider moats, let’s take a closer look at five hedge fund favorites in the energy sector...
5 High-Dividend Stocks Worth Buying
Its been a frustrating year for investors in the U.S. stock market, with the S&P 500 in negative territory since the start of the year. However, investors with portfolios that are full of dividend-paying stocks have still been receiving regular infusions of cash, regardless of how the market is performing. To help our readers turbocharge their portfolios' ability to pay dividends, we asked our team of Fool contributors to share a stock idea that offers investors a high dividend payment that they believe is worth putting real money behind. Read on to see if you agree with their suggestions. When it comes to buying high-dividend stocks, investors are best served by being skeptical. Too often, companies issue high dividends in order to counteract share prices falling as a result of faltering business models. However, that may not be the case at...
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