Sunday, October 9, 2016

Weekend Reading Links - October 9, 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:

- Monthly Review: September 2016
- September 2016 Investment Income $1100
- Dividend Growth Stock Overview: General Mills
- September Dividend Income
- Portfolio Update September

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 9 Dividend Stocks Ignoring The 4% Rule
- 9 Best Undervalued Stocks To Buy And Hold For The Next 9 Years
- Recent Sell – Realty Income Corp
- What are the best financial decisions that you’ve made?
- The Dividend Growth Investing Course Starts Now!
- How ordinary investors achieve great wealth

Articles from D4L-News:

3 Favorite Dividend Stocks From A Veteran Manager Of $18 Billion Fund
But rather than buying shares of companies with the highest current dividend yields, you might have better long-term performance if you focus on companies that are most likely to keep raising their payouts by large amounts, regardless of current yields. That’s the objective of the Franklin Rising Dividends Fund FRDPX, -0.27% Don Taylor, the mutual fund’s manager since 1996, screens for companies that have a long history of big dividend increases...

Finding Growth And A Stable 8% Yield
With global stock indices trading near all-time highs and bond yields reaching all-time lows, investment income has become increasingly more difficult to obtain. Spurred on by low interest rates and stubborn growth in the overall global economy, it is becoming ever more clear that lower rates may be sustained for some time to come. Today's featured company invests in mid-sized market leaders in niche specialties. The company has maintained its high distribution rate since becoming a public company. Despite its above average yield, the company has managed to grow and improve its holdings portfolio...

3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy Now
If you are a dividend investor, then chances are you're a little more price conscious than some other investors out there. Looking for good dividend-paying stocks means finding those companies that have the financial fortitude to grow their dividends for years -- and buying the stock at a price when its dividend yield looks attractive...

3 Unloved Dividend Stocks to Buy Now
Today I’m going to take you inside an ignored corner of the market where you can still find cheap stocks throwing off quarterly dividends that grow 10% — and more — year in and year out. Then we’ll zero in on three of these under-the-radar companies, all of which should definitely be on your buy list now. So where is this income investors’ wonderland, you ask? I’m talking about mid-cap stocks, or companies with market capitalizations between $2 billion and $10 billion...

Five Dividend Stocks Billionaires Like
Through extensive research, we determined that imitating some of the picks of hedge funds and other institutional investors can help generate market-beating returns over the long run. The key is to focus on the small-cap picks of these investors, since they are usually less followed by the broader market and are less price-efficient. Our backtests that covered the period between 1999 and 2012, showed that following the 15 most popular small-caps among hedge funds can help a retail investor beat the market by an average of 95 basis points per month...

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

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