Sunday, January 17, 2016
Weekly Links: January 17, 2016
Articles you might find interesting:
- Quarterly Review, Q4-2015
- Recent buys
- Lanny’s Recent Purchase – ADM (x2)
- Tax Advantages for Rental Properties
- Dividend Growth Stock Overview: W. P. Carey Inc.
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- A Valuation Guide during Bearish Markets
- Stock Dividends: The Basics
- Setting Financial Goals
- 7 Stocks With Reliable Dividends For Long-Term Retirement Investors
- 7 High-Yield Energy Stocks Growing Their Dividends
Articles from D4L-News:
The 7 Best Monthly Dividend Stocks for 2016
Our expenses tend to be monthly, yet bond interest is generally paid twice per year and most dividends are paid quarterly. But some of the very best dividend stocks are those that pay 12 times a year. When they commit to paying monthly, management is showing very ostentatiously that they are giving their shareholders what they want. And for investors reinvesting their dividends, the monthly frequency means faster dividend compounding. So with no further ado, let’s just into my favorite monthly dividend stocks for 2016...
2 Dividend Stocks With Hidden Value
If you've ever seen Storage Wars on A&E, then you understand hidden value. On the program, a group of investors are briefly shown the inside of abandoned storage locker, and then they bid on the unit. Similar to valuing a business, what you see goes into the price you pay. What's stuffed behind that dirty old mattress, however, is hidden value...
3 Buy-Rated Dividend Stocks
While plenty of high-yield opportunities exist, investors must always consider the safety of their dividend and the total return potential of their investment. It is not uncommon for a struggling company to suspend high-yielding dividends which could subsequently result in precipitous share price declines. The following s contain our analysis of 3 stocks with substantial yields, that ultimately, we have rated "Buy"...
3 Attractive Income Stocks Whose Dividends Could Double
Not all income stocks are living up to their full potential. Utilizing the payout ratio, or the percentage of profits a company returns in the form of a dividend to its shareholders, we can get a good bead on whether a company has room to increase its dividend. Ideally, we like to see healthy payout ratios between 50% and 75%. Here are three income stocks with payout ratios currently below 50% that could potentially double their dividends...
3 Cheap Dividend Stocks For The Brave Investor
I have searched for highly profitable companies that pay rich dividends and that are in a short-term uptrend, in a mid-term uptrend and in a long-term uptrend. Stocks in an uptrend are performing well and are in a buying mode. Those stocks would also have to show a very low forward P/E ratio. I have elaborated a screening method, which shows stock candidates following these lines. Nonetheless, the screening method should only serve as a basis for further research. The first company on the list is...
There are some really good articles here, please take time and read a few of them.
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