Sunday, February 12, 2017
Weekly Links: February 12, 2017
Articles you might find interesting:
- Portfolio Update December 2016 – $620 realized returns
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- How to open an online broker account
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- AMZN earnings play
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- 6 Dividend Stocks Headed In The Right Direction
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- Annual Update – 2016 Review
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Articles from D4L-News:
This 8% Yielder Should Be At The Top Of Every Income Investor's Shopping List
This company remains a compelling income play in the CRE market. Strong real estate platform and excellent credit portfolio quality. Positive interest rate sensitivity and high dividend coverage bode well for dividend growth. An investment in the stock throws off an 8.10 percent dividend...
2 Incredibly Cheap High-Yield Dividend Stocks
High dividends are nice, but high dividends that are safe and have the potential to grow are the holy grail of dividend investing. When this type of dividend stock goes on sale, it's even better. With the poor performance of the real estate sector in 2016, there are good opportunities to get some of these excellent long-term dividend plays at a discount. Here are two great examples you could buy right now...
The Top Dividend Stocks to Buy for Safety in 2017
One of the biggest misleads in the market is that you can invest in some legacy Big Pharma or consumer name that pays a 3% yield and things will be just fine. Making 3% is little consolation when one loses 20% in a correction. Instead, we’re looking at a trio of investments that not only yields between 4% and 10%, but that should provide more safety than most other stocks throughout the rest of the year. Top Dividend Stocks to Buy...
5 Top Dividend Growth Stocks for 2017
There are many different dividend growth stocks in many different sectors. All dividend growth stocks are different, as there are times when a company will issue debt or equity. Such factors can potentially be harmful to the balance sheet or the overall equity of the company. A key indicator to determine which stocks should be considered top dividend growth stocks is the company history, especially in terms of rewarding investors. The future business outlook is quite important as well, as it will help determine if there is the possibility of more dividend hikes. Below is a list of five dividend stocks that may be considered worth owning...
High-Dividend Stock Yields Over 9%, 10 Straight Dividend Hikes, Big Deal Coming In 2017
Do you like volatility? It can be your friend in the options market, but when your business model is too exposed to volatility, it can hold your company back. This stock yields 9.64% and has raised its quarterly distribution for 10 straight quarters. Distributable cash flow has grown over 35% in the past four quarters. Management is transforming the business into a steady cash flow machine. Big deal coming in 2017 that will seriously ramp up this company's profile in its industry...
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