Sunday, November 27, 2016

Weekend Reading Links - November 27, 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:

- I Bought OHI Stock – Omega Healthcare Investors
- Six Dividend Stocks Rewarding Shareholders with a Raise
- My Favorite Tool for Dividend Stock Valuation at 50% Rebate… Until Monday Midnight!
- A Flurry of Options Activity
- NextEra Energy

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- Warren Buffett's Two Investing Rules For Dividend Investors
- 3 Cheap Large Cap Dividend Stocks With 25% Discount
- 3 Recent Buys
- These Books Shaped My Investing Strategy

Articles from D4L-News:

High-Dividend Stock Yields 14%, Selling Below Book Value, Goes Ex-Dividend This Week
This stock yields over 14% with strong 1.24x dividend coverage. It just reported earnings this week: Revenue has grown 20% and EBITDA is up 16% in 2016. It has long-term, fee-based contracts with strong counterparties, with an average term left of 4.6 years...

3 High-Dividend-Paying Stocks Yielding Up to 12.8%
Income investors are always looking for one thing: high-dividend-paying stocks. One sector that has always returned money back to shareholders is the real estate sector. There are many ways to make money in the real estate sector, such as financing, rental, and/or service companies. The main reason that real estate companies are high-dividend-paying stocks is that they tend to pay out more than 80% of their earnings. I have made a list of three high-dividend-paying stocks that are beneficiaries of the returns from the real estate market...

4 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy Now
Between the Brexit and issues like refugees flooding in from war-torn Middle East countries, Europe has had its share of troubles over the past year. The good news for the region is many of the member nations economies are improving, and the recent strengthening of the U.S. dollar at least gives them a window to export goods and services at very reasonable prices. We screened the Merrill Lynch research database to find stocks that were rated Buy and also paid solid dividends. We found four that look very tempting now...

High-Dividend Stock Yields 11%, Record Earnings Again, Will Raise Dividend 10% In 2017
This stock yields 10.72%, with very strong, rising 1.35x distribution coverage. It just reported record revenues, operating income, EBITDA and cash flow for the second straight quarter. It has a pending acquisition that should allow it to raise its distribuThis solid, high dividend tanker stock operates in the niche world of shuttle tankers, which is only around 1% of the world's conventional tanker fleet. Shuttle tankers are a vital link in the oil distribution chain - in many ports, they're the only "ride into town" for oil shippers, so without these vessels, the oil can't get to port. It has a pending acquisition that should allow it to raise its distribution 10% in 2017, to a yield of 11.8%. This stock looks undervalued on a PEG basis...

3 Top High Dividend Yield Growth Stocks for the Next Decade
Buy a stock that doesn’t provide a dividend and your hopes are pinned on theoretical capital appreciation. That works when the markets are bullish, but not so well when they’re retracing. That’s why high-yield dividend growth stocks are an excellent long-term investing option, especially when you don’t know what the future holds. The following high-yield dividend growth stocks are big companies with strong competitive advantages. They feature securities that should do well over the next decade, no matter what the economy throws at them...

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

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