Sunday, August 23, 2015

Weekly Links: August 23, 2015

Each Sunday I highlight any notable articles that I came across over the past week. Though I may not always agree with each of the articles highlighted, they will often provide an interesting argument for their position. We can take some concepts that may or may not align with our vision, then apply them to our framework, and voila, a new idea is born.

Articles you might find interesting:

- Surveys on surveys ...
- 16 Dividend Increases, August 3 To August 14, 2015
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- Recent Buy
- Dividend Growth Stocks Week in Review for August 21, 2015

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Articles from D4L-News:

The Top 5 Dividend Stocks I'm Buying This Week
Many of the stocks I'm in and watching have already had bear market-like declines of 20% or more. Further, dividend yields are at or nearing historically high levels and presenting good values. If you're truly a long-term investor -- 10 years or more -- then now's a good time to be adding to positions. Here's my top five dividend stocks that I plan to add to starting on Monday and over the next month. My top five stocks...

Microsoft (MSFT) Looks to the Past for the Right Moves
When Microsoft (MSFT) launches a new operating system (OS), it becomes as big a deal as when Apple (AAPL) launches a new iPhone. And today, we are getting the Windows 10 launch. Remember, when Bill Gates started MSFT (yield: 2.7%), it was built around his operating system, which gave users a friendly graphic user interface that finally hid all the coding and programming guts that are crucial to operating computers. This was revolutionary. Now, there’s some debate whether Gates took the idea from Steve Jobs, who had been working with Gates on a...

5 Dividend Stocks You'll Want to Own for the Next Decade
There are several characteristics to look for when buying dividend stocks for the long haul. Ideally, you want companies with stable and growing revenue, excellent track records of dividend increases, and histories of shareholder-friendly management, just to name a few important attributes. With that in mind, here are five examples of excellent dividend stocks for the long haul, as explained by our analysts...

6 Triple Threat Stocks to Buy
To add some stability, we looked for stocks with beta coefficients of less than 1, which typically implies that a stock is less volatile than the broader market. Although it will tend to lag when the market is rising, it also will hold up better when everything is selling off. True, these are some pretty boring stocks to buy, but the combination of better-than-average growth and healthy payouts should drive market-beating total returns over the longer haul. They also should help you sleep better at night. Read on for these six triple threat stocks to buy...

Take Calculated Risks to Profit From These 5 Dividend Stocks
There's nothing wrong with abhorring risk. If you just want to preserve your capital, sit back and collect a check, Treasuries are fine. But with 10-year Treasury notes yielding just 2.3 percent, you'll be lucky to keep up with inflation. Truly growing your nest egg can only happen through taking some risk, and you'd be hard-pressed to find stocks with the risk/reward profiles of these five blue-chip dividend stocks, each of which yields more than 2.3 percent...

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

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