Sunday, September 18, 2016

Weekend Reading Links - September 18, 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:

- Saving deep in the money puts, jade lizards, or strangles
- Snap-On Tools
- Stock Analysis: Hormel Foods Corporation
- Debt, Cash-Flow and the Good Life
- Dividend Growth Stock Overview: Harris Corporation

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 7 Dividend Stocks Delivering The Secret To Success
- 6 Cheap Dividend Achiever With Yields Over 4%
- Stock Analysis: Hormel Foods Corporation
- Buffett’s best insights
- Your advantage as an individual investor

Articles from D4L-News:

6 Reliable Dividend Stocks Paying Out for 100 Years or More
Yield is tough to find nowadays. Investors saving for retirement can't count on fixed income to provide much of a cash flow, and that makes the never-ending hunt for the best dividend stocks all the more urgent. Clearly, there is no objective list of the "best" dividend stocks in the market, but that doesn't mean there aren't straightforward metrics pointing investors in the right direction. Surely a great dividend stock must be consistent, and there's no better sign of consistency than a company that's been paying dividends for the last 100 years. Through thick and thin and peace and war, the following 10 stocks have done just that...

3 High-Yield Stocks That Pay You Each Quarter
It's hard to find high yields in today's low-rate environment. But it's not impossible. In fact, here are three high-yield stocks that pay you each quarter through thick and thin. If you are in the market for dividends, you should take the time to look at...

High Dividend Stock Yields 11%, Pays Monthly
We went back on the monthly high dividend payers trail, where our recent articles have portrayed quite a few stocks which could smooth out your cash flow. This stock yields 11%, with a conservative 58.30% Payout Ratio. It has paid monthly dividends consistently since 2004. We first uncovered...

3 REITs Yielding 7.5%-Plus
I recently realigned my long-term diversified retirement portfolio to skew a bit more into REITs, and specifically, REITs that paid sustainable yields above 7.5%. I was seeking to de-risk a bit from regular equities, and these were surprises I discovered on the way. REITs can have a sizable advantage over other income investments. As real estate, their underlying assets are likely to appreciate over time, even given near-term bumps. As long as tenants can pay their rent (and other expenses in triple net lease situations), and that rent pays the property mortgages, then the REIT is in good shape. Ideally, REITs have money to spare to pay out and raise dividends. I’ve got three REITs that are high yield in nature...

4 Safe, High-Yield Dividend Stocks Selling at Big Discount Right Now
Value investors like to preach the gospel of buying good stocks at great prices. Excellent wisdom, but with the stock market breaking into new high territory lately, the challenge is not so much where to find good companies but where to find safe dividend stocks at great prices. Here are four large cap stocks that could be of interest for retired dividend investors. Each has at least a 3% yield and a one-year total return no better than -20%. These are interesting investments to consider for our Conservative Retirees dividend portfolio...

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

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