Sunday, November 29, 2015

Weekly Links: November 29, 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:

- Dividend Stocks or Nice Car ?
- Three Dividend Seeds I Planted Last Week
- SPY Vs Dividend Growth Portfolio
- Replacing Federal Reserve Rate Decisions With A Mathematical Formula?
- The Demographic Drag

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 5 Exceptional Dividend Growth Stocks With Quality Financials
- These 7 Dividend Growth Stocks Pay Your Investment In 9 To 13 Years Back
- Recent Buy: HCP

Articles from D4L-News:

5 Great Dividend Stocks for Momentum Investors
Momentum investors take short-term resort in stocks that are scaling up and tend to sell them as soon as they exhibit signs of a downtrend. Thus, choosing momentum stocks that also offer a decent dividend yield can be a good option for investors. While there is a debate regarding the criteria to focus on while choosing momentum stocks, the new Zacks style score system identifies some price movement metrics to come up with the best stocks in this regard...

3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks Wealthy Investors Should Consider Buying
One downside of rising stock prices is that dividend yields move in the opposite direction. The S&P 500 currently has a dividend yield of about 2%, a paltry payout that's well below the historical average. Despite the average dividend yield being low, there are still some stocks that sport far-higher yields. Three stocks in particular...

Own These 4 Dividend Stocks Instead of a Condo
Owning a good dividend stock is like owning a quality piece of investment real estate. You get paid cash frequently – cash you can use as regular income, or to invest back into more assets (stocks/real estate) to get paid even more cash! If your property/stock is really good, you will even get increasing cash flow from it year after year. For good investment properties, you are able to consistently raise rental rates. For good dividend stocks, the company raises its dividend payout year after year. Below are four current "Magic Formula" stocks that pay a substantial current dividend and, after investigation, seem sufficiently healthy enough to continue paying and raising it while being undervalued assets in their own right...

3 Dividend Stocks That Will Survive the Oil Panic
Woe to the oil sector… 3 Dividend Stocks That Will Survive the Oil PanicCrude oil prices have dipped below $50 per barrel for West Texas crude prices, with any number of analysts predicting a $20 per barrel floor. The sector is seeing layoffs across the spectrum of suppliers, producers and middle-men. Marathon Oil (MRO) “adjusted” its dividend in the face of its struggles to maintain a strong cash flow position. Yessir, all is going to heck in a hand basket for the industry and the underlying stocks of its players. Unless, of course you want to look at things a bit differently. That’s where the dividends part comes in...

3 Dirt Cheap Discretionary Dividend Stocks
With the current valuation of the U.S. stock market near the high end of its historical range, many analysts are expecting dismal returns for the asset class over the coming decade. But there are, of course, undervalued stocks in every market (recall that Wal-Mart and Wells Fargo both delivered positive returns in 2008). Below are summaries of three stocks in the consumer discretionary sector that relatively low valuations...

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

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