Sunday, February 19, 2017

Weekly Links: February 19, 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:

- Celgene
- Dividend Increase Announcements for the Week Ending February 10, 2017
- Stock Valuation American States Water
- Recent Buys
- Portfolio Update – January 2017

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 9 Higher Yielders With A Low Free Cash Flow Payout
- 13 Great Safe Dividend Stocks With Yields Over 4%
- Goals for 2017
- Dividend Growth Investing at Work - An Early Valentine's Gift

Articles from D4L-News:

This Stock Offers 5% Yield, Strong Dividend Coverage, Attractive Growth, Pays Monthly
Healthcare REITs are poised to profit from an increase in life expectancy, and higher institutionalization rates. In fact, the older people get, and the more assistance they need in old age, the stronger the profits for healthcare REITs will be. This stock is a high quality healthcare REIT. The REIT profits from a strong network of operator relationships, is highly diversified. Though I think shares are fairly valued, strong dividend coverage and potential for growth support the bullcase. It pays a 5 percent yield, pays monthly...

Dividend Stock Yields 15%, Plus 4 More 9% Well-Covered Dividends, Way Below Book Value
Looking for bargains in the high-dividend stock universe? There are usually factors and developments which bring about undervaluation for a stock, and this article's focus stock is certainly no exception. This common stock yields 15.56%. With much debate about its dividend coverage, we look for and find answers in this article. It also has four preferred shares yielding over 9%, all selling below par value. The common shares are selling at a price/book of...

Six 6% Yield Stocks (With 60% Upside, Too)
Everyone loves dividends, but dividend hikes are underappreciated. Not only do they increase the yield on your initial capital, but they often are reflected in a price increase for the stock. Now this short list has the potential to form the perfect retirement portfolio. Think about it – a million dollars invested in these names will net you at least $60,000 in annual income. Plus, thanks to payout growth, you’ll receive healthy annual raises – so that you’ll never have to worry about selling any shares to raise money. Your dividends, along with the annual raises you receive, will fund your retirement entirely. Of the 35 names I uncovered, here are six that look great on paper...

If I Could Buy Only 1 Stock, This Would Be It
If I could only buy one stock right now, then there are a few boxes that stock needs to check. I'd like the holding to be relatively safe in a tumultuous time but still look likely to generate modest short-term growth, while having the potential for exceptional long-term growth. I also want the stock to have a robust balance sheet and be relatively cheap in this expensive market -- and is a little dividend too much to ask? For all of that, look no further than...

Top 5 Cheap Stocks That Pay Monthly Dividends
For investors who rely on their portfolios to generate an income stream, four dividend payments a year might not be enough. Fortunately, there are stocks that distribute on a monthly basis. In this article, we are going to take a look at some relatively cheap stocks that pay monthly dividends. When it comes to finding cheap dividend-paying stocks, the first thing you should know is that it’s not about finding stocks that trade at penny stock levels. Rather, it’s about finding stocks that have low valuations. Sometimes a stock can look extremely cheap but, because the company is not profitable, it may actually be trading at expensive valuations...

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

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