Sunday, January 15, 2017

Weekend Reading Links - January 15, 2017

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:

- Portfolio Report December 2016
- Recent Investment
- Jan Watchlist
- Investment Goals: 2017
- Medtronic (MDT) Dividend Stock Analysis

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 3 Higher-Quality, High-Yield Dividend Stocks
- Best Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2017
- Recent Buy – Silver Wheaton Corp
- Three Of My Favorite Dividend Stocks For 2017
- Reflections on 2016

Articles from D4L-News:

Buy the Best Dividend Stocks Today at a 16% Discount
The truth is, you can buy some of the best large cap dividend payers for cheaper: and I don’t mean a little cheaper. I’m talking a 16% discount. How? Through a closed-end fund (CEF) that’s trading at a ridiculously high discount to its net asset value (NAV). That’s despite a strong track record, low expenses and an attractive 4.4% dividend yield. Let’s break each of those things down one at a time, starting with the name of this unheralded investment...

Like Dividends? You'll Love These 3 Small Caps Yielding Over 5%
Finally -- after years of sitting near all-time lows -- it appears that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates. Soon, retirees will be able to park their money somewhere safer than dividend-paying stocks. But that doesn't mean you should abandon these versatile holdings altogether. In fact, there are a number of under-the-radar dividend payers that offer considerable value for investors willing to take a little more risk. Below, I'll discuss three stocks with market caps under $2 billion that offer healthy and sustainable dividend yields above 5%...

Buying This 8% High-Yield Stock Is A No-Brainer
Healthcare REITs invest in property portfolios that cater to the unique needs of the elderly, including skilled nursing facilities, medical offices, hospitals, senior living communities and so on. Since the population is aging thanks to advances in the medical field and safer workplaces, healthcare REITs are in a unique position to capture a piece of the growing pie of senior-related healthcare spending. This company is promising healthcare REIT. Growing senior-related healthcare spending is one of the megatrends of our time. The company has an impressive record of dividend growth. Shares of the healthcare REIT are selling for just ~9.1x 2016 adjusted FFO/share forecast. An investment in the stock...

5 Dividend Stocks with 3% Yield that Tripled the Market in 2016
Choosing the right dividend stocks can be a daunting task as it requires careful consideration of both the past performance of the company and its prospects. A stock that has delivered strong performance in the past but is likely to face troubled times ahead definitely does not qualify as an attractive pick. We note that an impressive current-year dividend yield and a strong dividend yield history are also important for identifying strong dividend-paying stocks. 5 Stocks Worth Buying...

3 Stocks to Buy With Dividends Yielding More Than 4%
The best dividend stocks don't just pay high yields. These three companies show you that high yields and attractive business fundamentals can create a powerful combination, and it's worth holding out for the highest-quality dividend stocks available in the market. Top dividend investors don't just pick stocks with high yields. They also look at companies that have good prospects for future growth. Below, you'll find out how...

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

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