Sunday, August 14, 2016
Weekly Links: August 14, 2016
Articles you might find interesting:
- I Went on a Stock Selling Spree
- Recent Buys – TEVA, V, AAPL
- How Much Money Do You Need to Retire
- Three Things I Regret About My Portfolio
- Trouble Ahead For Kimberly-Clark Investors?
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- 6 Higher Yielding Basic Materials Stocks With Growing Dividends
- 6 Best Dividend Stocks To Consider Now
- Passive Income Update – Jun 2016
- Markets are up….and here’s what I’m doing
- Dividend Growth Investing at Work - One More Increase From July
Articles from D4L-News:
Buy These Top 3 Buy-Rated Dividend Stocks Today
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 contain our analysis of 3 stocks with substantial yields, that ultimately, we have rated "Buy" ...
A Four-Stock 4% Dividend Growth Portfolio
Yes, the market is at new highs, and many stocks are expensive. Dividend growth investors have essentially been stuck waiting for the market to correct before buying more, but there’s no reason to wait. There are four great dividend growth stocks at reasonable prices right now with tremendous growth potential. It just takes a bit of patience to see those dividend yields really soar. We’ve got four names...
Like Dividends? I Bet You'll Love These 3 Stocks
Dividend stocks can be a valuable addition to your portfolio. By finding companies that return capital to investors on a regular basis, and reinvesting those dividends, you can generate compound returns that may outperform the broader market by a wide margin. If that investment method sounds appealing to you, here are three stocks that you should either have on your radar or add to your portfolio today...
2 Growth And Income Titans To Buy Today
As the old expression goes, the market climbs a wall of worry: when a significant number of investors are anxious yet stocks rise higher, nervous investors who had kept cash on the sidelines due to myriad concerns capitulate and start buying. That extends the bull market. The greatest risk to a bull market is not a time of serious concerns, but the opposite: a seemingly sunny scenario in which investors can bask, Pollyannishly, and become too bullish. If everyone's in the market, stock prices usually get inflated. The next direction for the overall market may be down. It's a good time to take a deep breath, assess the composition and risk level of your portfolio, and think about shifting out of winners that may have run their course toward less glamorous, safer holdings -- preferably ones that pay above-average income to boost returns if the stock market pause...
If You Like Dividends, You Should Love These 3 Stocks
I have a confession. I love dividend stocks. There is something reassuring about receiving those dividend payments: No matter what a company's stock price is doing, the payments can help keep you from making an irrational decision at the worst time. Also, it's hard to argue with the power of reinvested dividends over time. Making the most of your dividend investments means investing in top-quality stocks that have the ability to stand the test of time and pay you an ever-increasing amount of cash. So let's take a look at three companies that fit this bill rather well...
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