Saturday, May 27, 2017

Weekly Links: May 27, 2017

Each weekend 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:

- Options for Income Week of May 15th
- Options Trade: TECK Iron Condor trade (ROTH IRA)
- Microsoft
- Dividend Increase Announcements for the Week Ending May 19, 2017
- 8 Real estate investment mistakes every investor should avoid

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 5 Dividend Stocks With A Low P/B Ratio
- Passive Income Update – Apr 2017
- Large cap Tech Stocks are on fire!

Articles from D4L-News:

5 Cheap High Dividend Stocks for 2017
A company could be trading at a cheap valuation for a couple of reasons. One could be that the market is simply unaware of the company, so it is under-owned by investors. Another reason could be bad news hitting the company, such as a poor earnings release, a delay in a product launch, or an impact from negative currency exchange. However, all these reasons for the stock trading lower are short-term. Over the long term, there could be opportunities to acquire shares at a cheap valuation. Since the focus would be on dividend-yielding stocks, the income-based return would be higher. The reason for this is that as a stock price decreases, the return based on the income yield would reflect a higher number when calculated. Below is a list of some of my favorite cheap high-dividend stocks...

5 High-Dividend-Growth Stocks to Consider for May 2017
A company that increases its dividend will attract investors that are looking for a steady and growing income and/or want to preserve their initial capital investment. Investors will gradually bid up the share price, which will provide support to it as well, preserving the capital investment. The result should be the stock increasing and staying steady. Below is a list of high-dividend-growth stocks that would meet all these criteria...

3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks I'd Buy Right Now
What is your deciding factor when you choose a dividend stock? No doubt the factor that immediately comes to mind is the current yield – a stock yielding a high dividend is definitely attractive in terms of income potential. But buying a dividend stock based solely on its yield can be dangerous. Not all high-yield stocks are safe...

Dividend Stock Yields 9%, Record Earnings Again, More Due In 2017
This stock yields 9.14%, with trailing 1.26x coverage, and goes ex-dividend this week. It's had record EBITDA and DCF for three quarters in a row. Management issued 2017 guidance calling for 15% to 19% growth in EBITDA and 10% to 16% DCF growth. Looking for strong growth and a well-covered dividend? We suggest walking up the gangplank and boarding...

2 Bond-Like REITs to Buy Now
REITs own freestanding single-tenant properties like convenience stores and drugstores, where the leases are signed for ten, fifteen or even twenty years. But, the news gets even better. These leases are usually “triple-net.” In addition to monthly rent, creditworthy tenants pay all the taxes, insurance, utilities, and most building maintenance. No fuss, no muss. It is cash flow investors can count on. Now let’s tale a look at 2 dividends to buy...

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

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