Sunday, May 29, 2016
Weekly Links: May 29, 2016
Articles you might find interesting:
- Quiz – Financial Version Of I’ve Never
- This is how I plan to become financially independent by 2018
- The Reason Why I am Leaving
- Dividend Growth Investing at Work - Banking On Higher Dividends
- Jump On Board These Cruise Names; Space is Ripe for Growth
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- 5 Dividend Stocks Beating the S&P With Positive Returns In Excess of 50% YTD
- Warren Buffett's Best 10 Dividend Stocks Everybody Should Also Own
- Recent Sell – Chevron Corp
- Building a Core Dividend Growth Portfolio With These Eight Companies
Articles from D4L-News:
3 Top Stocks You Can Buy on Sale
With the stock market fully recovered from its early 2016 slump, many of the bargains created by that harrowing dive have disappeared. While the pickings are far slimmer now compared with a couple of months ago, there's still value to be found...
5 Despised Dividend-Payers With Easy 20% Upside
In this contrarian income spirit, let’s apply some thoughtful second-level analysis to five hated high yields. These payouts are well secured, and any good news from their somewhat-maligned businesses could send shares up 20% or better. Despised Dividend Payers With 20% Upside...
5 Strong Buy Dividend Stocks to Beat Sell-in-May Blues
Companies that pay consistent dividends put a ceiling on market declines. These companies generate consistent cash flows irrespective of market conditions. They are generally financially stable and mature companies, which helps their stock prices to increase steadily over a period of time. Moreover, dividends are also less taxed as compared to interest income. They help your portfolio to grow at a compounded rate and offer protection from earnings manipulation...
I Bought A Gem That Yields 8.5% With No Tax Consequences Until Sold
In an article published Oct. 20, 2015, "My Top 10 Dividend Growth Stock Portfolio: I Bought A Gem That Yields 8.5% With No Tax Consequences Until Sold," I stated that this company was a gem due to the fact that there are no taxes on the dividends paid. This company is not an MLP; therefore no extra paperwork or concern about potential UBTI or recapture issues. Currently, their per-share dividend is based on is equivalent to an 11% yield...
3 Tech Stocks Yielding at Least 4% That You Should Be Following
Traditionally, technology companies haven't paid much, if anything, in the way of dividends, preferring instead to reinvest their profits back into their businesses. However, as some of these companies have matured, that strategy has shifted. Our analysts discuss three technology companies that currently sport dividend yields of at least 4% that belong on most investors' watch lists...
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