Sunday, October 19, 2014

Weekly Links: October 20, 2014

Each Sunday I highlight any notable articles that I came across over the past week, along with any Carnivals I participated in. For those readers not familiar with carnivals, it's where personal finance bloggers submit their best articles of the week with one blog serving as the host. The entries are separated into various categories such as Investing, Credit, Debt, Budgeting, Frugality, Wealth Building, Money Management, Financial Planning, Insurance, Taxes, The Economy, Real Estate, et. al.

Articles you might find interesting:

- 8 Stocks Compounding Shareholders' Wealth With Increased Dividends
- Verizon Communications Inc. Is Focused On Generating Cash And Lowering Debt
- How Saving Grows The Economy – Comic Book Version
- A Look At Four Great Dividend Stocks
- S&P 500 down almost 50 points, DOW down more than 400 points! Time to buy? Not yet.
- My Dividend Portfolio: Q3 2014
- New Purchases – 10/14/14

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 5 Stocks With Strong Dividend Growth Metrics
- 10 Stocks Giving Investors More Money
- Can General Electric Return to its Previous Blue-Chip Dividend Growth Stock?
- Think Like An Owner – Part 2
- Disney: A Wide-Moat Stock To Hold Forever

Articles from D4L-News:

When Dividend Stocks Become Top Picks
Looking for yield? Who isn’t these days. Now just may be a fortuitous time to snap up some dividend paying stocks to enjoy both the equity growth of a new product cycle, as well as a sweet dividend. The reason: Interest rates worldwide are at all- time lows and not exhibiting signs of rising, at least for the moment. ith the US economy in mid-cycle growth, now might be a good time to add some large cap Technology stocks as income generating equities to your portfolio. Investors might also consider...

3 Dividend Stocks That Have Delivered Cash for Decades
There’s a strong tendency among income investors to seek out safety in dividend stocks. The theory, of course, is that if a company can afford to pay out dividends, or even raise the payout every year, it must be generating enough free cash flow to do so. It also means that said dividend stocks also have plenty of money to both run and grow the business. There’s only one caveat to all this, which is that it is possible for these stocks to become...

5 Dividend Stocks That Could Double Your Money in 10 Years
Now that you're well aware of the big risks associated with yield-chasing, let's have a look at five high-yield dividend stocks that have the potential to double your money in a decade or less based solely on their stipend. Here are five high-yield dividends that could double your money in a decade or less...

3 Top-Tier Stocks With Massive Dividends
Dividend stocks are great. Unfortunately, many of the highest-yielding stocks offer little in the way of capital appreciation. In fact, most tend to pay out 10%-12% annual yields, but their share prices fall year after year. Naturally, I think the best dividend stocks aren't just stocks that can pay a big dividend, but those that can also grow in value over time. Here are three stocks that have historically fit the bill with close to double-digit yields and capital appreciation on top...

Retirees, You CAN Count On Dividend Stocks To Deliver From Here
I just finished reading another article that I disagree with. Not only do I disagree with the author but the article further supports those investors who follow the dividend growth investment path. The author's suggestion is as follows: "While the accumulation stage and spending stage are entirely different beasts, perhaps a retiree should think like a young accumulator whose greatest weapon is investing in stocks on a regular schedule to acquire stocks when they offer sensible or attractive valuations? That would mean...

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There are some really good articles here, please take time and read a few of them.

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