Sunday, November 9, 2014

Weekly Links: November 9, 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:

- Abbvie Inc. Trading At A Deep Discount, But With Risks
- 10 Stocks Providing Positive Feedback With Increased Dividends
- New Purchases – 11/04/14
- Dividends and Derivatives
- What to Teach an Heir About Investing
- Survey to share purchase November 2014
- Passive Income Update – Oct 2014

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- Illinois Tool Works Inc. (ITW) Dividend Stock Analysis
- 10 Stocks With The Highest Share Buyback Volume In 2014
- Dividend Income Update: September 2014
- Don’t Succumb To OMYS
- AT&T Stock Analysis
- High Dividend Stocks: Safe High Yields

Articles from D4L-News:

3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks Near 52-Week Lows Worth Buying
Last week may have been a rough one for some investors, but it could be the perfect time to pick up a quality dividend stock. Dividends not only put extra income in your pocket, but they can be the sign of a healthy business that will remain undeterred by a little downside in the stock market. With that in mind, we asked three of our analysts to give us their take on one dividend stock trading near its 52-week low that they believed had a decent shot at a rebound. Here's what they had to say...

3 Dividend Stocks to Buy If the Market Crashes
It's been proved time and again that investing for the long haul outperforms short-term trading. It's also been shown that dividend-paying stocks do better than their non-dividend-paying peers. Since the markets are tumbling this month, let's consider three dividend-paying companies that may be on sale and could help investors build a bigger nest egg for retirement over the long term...

3 Timber REITs to Buy for Growing Returns
Many of the major timber REITs have recently begun spinning off or selling their non-timberland and wood products assets. Those moves have made the REITs purely focused on the operation of managing timberlands. They’ve basically become a poor man’s TMO — accessible by buying a single share of stock. Let’s take a look at three of the best timber REITs to buy...

3 Railroad Stocks for Steady Dividends & Growth
Shippers, do not have a lot of alternatives. Trucking industry capacity is extremely tight and railroads can move a ton of freight 476 miles on a single gallon of diesel fuel. Railroads offer a cost effective alternative to trucks particularly in the intermodal segment — freight that is shipped in containers. That said, here are three railroad stocks to ride now...

Alternative-Energy Stocks for Dividend Investors
These vehicles have attracted income investors' attention over the past year as a growing number of energy companies spin off established power-generation facilities into yieldcos. Power projects still under development are housed in the parent company, thereby insulating yieldco investors from the riskier side of the business. In many cases, new power facilities developed by the parent company will drop down into the yieldco, providing additional steady cash flow and fueling dividend growth. Yieldcos established by large energy companies that have begun trading since last summer include...

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

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