Sunday, March 13, 2016

Weekly Links: March 13, 2016

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:

- My Magic Recipe to Overcome Any Obstacle
- Becoming Fiscally Fit
- Confessing My Money Mistakes
- Further Consolidation
- Recent Sell & Buy - Enerplus, National Bank, Telus

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- Safe Stocks With Dividend Yields Over 4% And Consistent Growth
- Safe Stocks With Dividend Yields Over 4% And Consistent Growth
- Thomson Reuters Dividend Increase
- How to use a Margin of Safety when Investing
- How to Calculate Intrinsic Value
- How Big of a Margin of Safety is Sufficient?

Articles from D4L-News:

3 Stocks Warren Buffett Probably Regrets Selling
Not everything has gone Buffett's way. Despite being a wildly celebrated investor, Buffett has been wrong plenty of times as well. His most recent stinging loss came from U.K.-based grocer Tesco, which was never able to turn its business around, and Buffett's slowness to sell Berkshire Hathaway's stake caused it to take a hefty loss in the investment. Here are three stocks Buffett probably regrets selling in hindsight...

Income Investing: 5 Top Dividend Stocks Yielding Up to 7.5%
For those new to investing, today’s problems seem like uncharted territory. None of this is new, of course. We’ve made it through recessions, world wars, and financial crises. The world isn’t going to end now. So if we go down the dull middle path, what should you do with your money? You could do worse than income investing. If stock prices are stuck in neutral, the theory goes that dividends can still crank out decent returns. The good news? The recent drop in stock prices has turned some dividend stocks into cash machines. Here are five...

5 Dividend Stocks Set to Double (Again)
It’s easy to beat the stock market – just buy stocks in companies that pay dividends, and boost their payouts every year. While dividends help you “cash out” of your investment over time, the annual raises are what really make you money. Let me explain…

High-Dividend Stock Yields 13%, Has 11 Straight Dividend Hikes, Priced Below Book Value
This stock has a very well-covered 13%-plus dividend yield. It has 11 straight dividend hikes and a rapidly expanding retail presence into higher-margin products. It's selling at a 25% discount to book value and is over 45% below analysts' lowest price target. Looking for a way to take advantage of market mispricing? Many of our recent articles have covered beaten-down high dividend stocks which are priced way below analysts' price targets, and this article's focus stock certainly fits that bill...

3 Stable Dividend Stocks to Buy Now
If you’re looking to add high-quality dividend stocks on the dip, now is an excellent opportunity. To get you started, I’ve run the top dividend stocks in the S&P 500 through my stock screening tools and have come up with three dividend stocks that rate highly in both Dividend Grader and Portfolio Grader...

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

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the mention, D4L! I really like these posts with links to articles of the past week. It provides a convenient way to catch up on recent happenings.

    FerdiS, DivGro


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