Sunday, February 26, 2017
Weekly Links: February 26, 2017
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Articles from D4L-News:
High-Dividend Stock Yields 9%, Pays Monthly, Big Revenue Growth, Estimates Rising
With winter upon us, most of us spend a lot more time indoors, pursuing more sedentary activities, such as watching more TV. Imagine if you lived north of the border, in snowy Canada - if you're not into engaging in winter sports, that TV probably starts to occupy even more of your leisure time. That's where the focus stock in this article comes in. This stock yields 8.85% with a 66% dividend payout ratio. It has paid monthly dividends since 2007. It did a major deal in 2016, which grew revenue by 73% and net income by 34% over the past four quarters. It has received multiple upward earnings estimate revisions in the past 30 days...
5 Safe Dividend Stocks to Buy for Retirement
Picking winners and losers for the next few months will be fraught with uncertainty. My advice? Focus on things like balance sheets, cash flows, dividend hike histories and diversification. That’ll provide you with a solid base for the future. As a note: These dividend stocks don’t come with screamingly high yields, and instead sit around the 3%-4% area. That’s because what we’re looking for here is good dividend yield, but excellent dividend quality. Plus, in most of these cases, there’s room for dividend growth, which will improve your yield on cost over time. Here’s a look at five safe dividend stocks that fit our retirement needs...
6 Great Dividend Stocks for Income and Growth
These stocks have superior fundamentals compared with other dividend paying stocks as dividend growth reflects a sustainable business model, a long track of profitability, rising cash flows, good liquidity, a strong balance sheet and some value characteristics. All these make dividend growth a quality and promising investment for the long term. Here are seven of the 23 stocks that fit the bill...
Little Known Dividend Stock Yields Over 9%, 12 Straight Dividend Hikes, More Coming In 2017
Our articles have covered various types of high dividend stocks in the shipping world, some of them in the oil and gas industry and others in the containership industry, but, until now, we haven't come across a worthwhile dividend stock that operates in both of these worlds. This stock yields 9.42%, with a 77% dividend payout ratio and 11-plus year contracts. It has raised its dividend for 12 straight quarters and should raise it again in 2017. It will take possession of more assets in the next few quarters, which will be immediately accretive to earnings. You've probably never heard of it, but you should check it out - revenue grew 17%, and EBITDA grew 20% in its most recent quarter...
These Are the 5 Perfect Dividend Stocks for Today's Market
The nearly decade-long era of ultra-low interest rates has been kind for dividend-paying stocks. Not only have they often offered payouts that are more robust than the yield on 10-Year Treasuries, but they have also racked up spectacular share price gains. But income-oriented investors now face a changing backdrop. Rising bond yields are now surpassing the payout levels of many dividend producers. To stay ahead of the curve, you need to focus on firms that have a long history of rising dividends in any economic climate. That means "dividend aristocrats." Here are five that currently offer dividend yields ahead of the 10-Year Treasury rate...
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