Sunday, July 31, 2016
Weekly Links: July 31, 2016
Articles you might find interesting:
- Four Attractively Valued Dividend Growth Stocks For Further Research
- Why Dividend Investing is so Popular?
- Taking Aim At Target Corporation
- Hotels: Occupancy Rate on Track to be 2nd Best Year
- LeMaitre Vascular
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- A Roadmap To Build Wealth With Dividend Stocks
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Articles from D4L-News:
2 Stocks to Buy With Dividends Yielding More Than 5%
The energy industry has been a volatile sector for a few years now. But if you can stomach the volatility inherent in the sector, there are opportunities for income investors to pick up some decent yields today. Two stocks you'll want to look at are...
Brexit Puts 4 Top European Dividend Stocks Yielding 4% to 7% On Sale
The citizens of Great Britain are not xenophobic or racist, but they are just tired of many of the important calls for their country being made in Brussels and not London. The huge $3 trillion sell-off and subsequent massive rally rebound shows you that investors, while wary, know that stocks are still the best alternative. One thing the Brexit vote did was to inject even more volatility into what was already a volatile market. It also knocked down four top European dividend stocks that many of the firms we cover on Wall Street are very positive on. They are solid contrarian picks for growth and income accounts...
The 3 Best Dividend-Growth Stocks to Buy for the Next 6 Months
With the market up just 2.4% so far this year, buying now means you probably won’t pay much more than you would have back in January. As I’m sure you’ll recall, the S&P 500’s nosedive started before we’d even put the New Year’s confetti away. By mid-February, it had shed 11% of its value. But if you’re a regular reader, you’ll also recall that we were ready to pounce when the market bottomed on February 11. But what about the next six months? ...
5 Core Dividend Stocks - Your Portfolio Building Blocks
At any point in your investing journey, you should identify what your core dividend stocks are as they represent the building blocks for your long-term success. Rarely do we just hold 5 stocks in a portfolio. We probably reach at least 10, 20 or even 40 stocks at some point. Failure to identify the core holdings for your portfolio as early as possible will probably create more fluctuations in your holdings than necessary. The fluctuations will cause unnecessary expenses and potential missed opportunities...
3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks Putting Money in Your Pocket on a Monthly Basis
Among high-yield dividend stocks there is a special class of companies that reward their shareholders on a monthly basis as opposed to once a quarter. Including ETFs and bond funds, there were 127 high-yielding assets investors could buy with a market valuation of at least $300 million, a yield of 4%+, and a monthly dividend as of July 1. Here are three that I happen to fancy...
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