Sunday, January 24, 2016

Weekly Links: January 24, 2016

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:
- Evidence that Buffett likes dividend paying stocks
- How Quick Can You Reach Financial Independence?
- Rally! Hurrah, all is good again!
- 12 Dividend Increases: December 20, 2015-January 15, 2016
- Living outside the norm
- Dividend Growth Stock Overview: Bank of the Ozarks

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 7 Undervalued, Big-Name Stocks To Consider For Your Dividend Portfolio
- 8 Best Cheap Dividend Income Stocks to Buy for 2016
- Goals for 2016
- How to Grow Your Dividend Income
- Stock Splits: How they Work

Articles from D4L-News:

1 Great Dividend Stock to Buy for 2016
Eaton Corp, PLC (NYSE:ETN) is down over 30% from its early year highs. That makes sense since the industrial giant has been lowering its organic growth forecasts all year long. But there's still a lot to like here, including an over 4% dividend yield backed by fairly regular dividend hikes. Here are three reasons why Eaton Corp is a buy now...

3 International Energy Stocks to Buy for Big Yields
As oil and natural gas prices have cratered, so have share prices for the entire sector. And as they’ve fallen, many investors still looking for energy sector exposure have sought refuge in some of the biggest energy stocks. After all, if an energy stock like Exxon (XOM) can’t get through the current issues alive, than no one can. For investors looking for big dividends, values and stability, breaking out your passport and going overseas is a must for the energy sector. Here are three international energy stocks to buy today for big dividend yields...

Retirement Investing 2016: 3 Stocks to Put on Your Radar
I believe that real estate investment trusts (REITs) belong in the portfolios of everyone who is investing for retirement. Not only do these stocks tend to pay high dividends, but they also have strong potential for market-beating growth. If you invest in solid REITs with smart business models, you can limit your downside risk during recessions and market crashes. With that in mind, here are three excellent REITs that you should put on your retirement radar...

This High-Dividend Stock Yields 9%, Had Record Income And Revenue And Raised Guidance Again
Looking for deeply undervalued high-dividend stocks? This article will cover a stock which the market has spurned, in spite of the company raising guidance twice in 2015, churning out record revenues and net income, and raising its distributions. What's the problem? Like many of the energy-related stocks we've covered in our articles, the market has lumped this company in with companies that are struggling to survive. We believe it's mis-priced at current levels, as do the analysts who cover it...

Which Blue Chip Dividend Stocks Are Likely To Perform Well In 2016?
UBS has a list of large-cap dividend payers it has dubbed UBS Dividend Ruler Porfolio that comprises of stocks with above-average dividends. The portfolio has outperformed the S&P 500 over the long-term. The tables, however, turned in 2015 with the portfolio trailing the market. UBS says the portfolio is likely to outperform the market in 2016. Which stocks are the best candidates for good returns in this portfolio? The list comprises well-known names including...

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

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