Sunday, April 17, 2016

Weekly Links: April 17, 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:

- 3 Month Results for my Best Dividend Stock Picks for 2016
- Dividend Growth Investing at Work - 61 Years of Dividend Growth for this Consumer Giant
- Handling a losing trade after assignment
- Dividend payment of Altria and Philip Morris
- Recent Transfer: Lockheed Martin Corporation

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- Your Greatest Wealth Building Asset
- 6 Cheap And High Yielding Stocks From The S&P 500 To Outlast A Low Interest Span
- Qualcomm Inc Dividend Increase
- Top 10 High Dividend Stocks to Invest in Now

Articles from D4L-News:

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High-Dividend Stock Yields 11% With Over 20% Cash Flow And EBITDA Growth, Estimates Rising
This stock yields 11.86% with strong dividend coverage of 1.19x over the past four quarters. It grew EBITDA over 22%, and also grew distributable cash flow over 21% in 2015. It has received multiple upward EPS revisions for 2016 and 2017 over the past 30 days - analysts are projecting over 28% EPS growth in 2016. Is top line growth imperative? Obviously, it's important, but sometimes companies can battle an adverse market and experience lower revenues, but achieve higher earnings via becoming more efficient and/or tweaking their business models...

These 3 Dividend Stocks Can Make You Rich DRIP by DRIP
DRIPs let you use your cash dividends to purchase additional shares in a company (and even fractions of shares; more on this in a moment) without paying commissions. That means your cash buys its full weight of shares. Under a DRIP, the company simply reinvests your dividends instead of cutting you a check. That leads to a very happy cycle: as you buy more shares, you generate higher dividend payments—which you use to buy more shares. 3 Great Dividend Aristocrats With DRIPs...

These 3 Dividend Stocks Are Resilient to Inflation
The three stocks outlined below are "dividend gems that can keep that income flow steady and comfortable, no matter how inflation moves," TheStreet contributor Siddhi Bajaj recently wrote. "With attractive yields, consistent dividend increases, strong competitive advantages and good growth potential, these three stocks are the kind of investments that typically find favor with Warren Buffett" ...

5 Stocks All Retirees Should Consider Buying
According to the Social Security Administration, the average man who retires at age 65 today can expect to live until age 84, and the average woman until age 86. That's great news, as these retirees will be able to enjoy their golden years for nearly two decades, but it also means that they will be relying on their nest eggs to help them meet their financial needs for quite some time. That means that nearly every retiree should still consider owning stocks in their investment portfolio to help them stay ahead of inflation over the long term. With that in mind, we reached out to a team of Foolish contributors and asked each to share a stock that they think is a good choice for a retiree to consider. Here are the five they chose...

High Dividend Stock Has 46 Dividend Hikes, Earnings Estimates Rising, Insiders Are Buying
This stock has raised its distribution for 46 straight quarters and had 1.3x coverage for the most recent four quarters. Insiders have bought a substantial amount of shares over the past six weeks. It has received multiple upward earnings estimate revisions for 2016 and 2017 from analysts over the past month, but is still 11% below analysts' lowest price target...

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

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