Sunday, September 4, 2016
Weekend Reading Links - September 4, 2016
Articles you might find interesting:
- Monthly Review: August 2016
- Where should I keep my dividend stocks?
- September 2016 Net Worth Update $880,705
- Dividend Growth Stock Overview: International Flavors and Fragrances
- Dividend Report August 2016
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- 5 Low-Risk, High-Yielding Dividend Stocks
- 7 Safe And Cheap High Yielding Dividend Stocks
- Do You Love Your Investment Holdings?
- How should you play international markets ?
- Net Worth Update - July 2016
Articles from D4L-News:
3 Stocks to Buy With Dividends Yielding More Than 5%
Finding a rock-solid dividend stock with a yield greater than 5% can be like finding a needle in a haystack. Companies with yields that high tend to be on the brink of having that dividend cut, or are in a business that is likely in a long-term decline. There are a few decent stocks among the rest of these investment duds, though. Companies in cyclical sectors like energy have been hit hard by Wall Street and the macroeconomic environment despite being great businesses...
9.78% Yield Easily Covered
There are only a few mortgage REITs in my portfolio. This stock easily covered its dividend and smashed analyst expectations. The increase in book value per share is just as impressive as the earnings, though BV/share comes within $0.05 of my estimates. By my estimates, BV is higher today, on 08/01/2016, than it was on 06/30/2016. My old rating is a buy. No changes are made to the rating so far...
This Underrated REIT Produces A Fat 8% Dividend Yield For Your Income Portfolio
When it comes to adding high-yield income stocks to a dividend portfolio, investors usually shoot for real estate investment trusts that invest in residential or commercial properties, business development companies, and at least until recently, master limited partnerships. All of these income vehicles have one thing in common: They invest in a pool of assets and the cash the assets generate is passed through to shareholders on a monthly or quarterly basis. What's more, in light of the low interest rate market environment, a lot of investors are starved for yield, which in turn makes high-yielding stocks especially appealing for investors...
3 Tech Stocks Yielding at Least 3% to Buy
Paying sizable dividends used to be uncommon in the tech sector, but many big technology and telecom companies are increasingly funneling earnings back to shareholders. And while tech stocks might rightly be seen as carrying greater risk than those in the high-yield utilities, materials, and financials sectors, they can also offer a rare combination of growth potential and income generation...
3 Stocks to Buy With Dividends Yielding More Than 4%
Dividend stocks can be one of the best ways for individual investors to supplement income or even build wealth over the long term, and finding high quality companies with stocks that yield higher than average rates can accelerate that wealth building portfolio. The trick is finding quality stocks that can keep those payments going over time...
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