Saturday, May 5, 2018

Weekly Links: May 5, 2018

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:

- What Are The Requirements For A Sole Proprietorship?
- Purchasing Those Fifty Two Week Lows
- Dividend Income Report – April 2018
- Passive Income for April 2018
- May 2018 Net Worth Update $1,093,335

The DIV-Net Featured Articles:

- 5 Best U.S. Dividend Growth Stocks
- A View On Airline Stocks - Delta Airlines $DAL

Articles from D4L-News:

A Total Return of 195% and Continuing
If you follow restaurant company stocks, you’d know that the industry hasn’t been in the best of shape. Even some of the most established players in the business have reported year-over-year declines in same-restaurant sales recently. Even though the performance of the overall restaurant industry has been rather sluggish lately, this company still managed to grow its business...

This 9.5%-Yielding Top-Notch BDC Is A Strong Buy On The Drop
Income investors may want to look at this BDC on the drop. The BDC has very good dividend coverage, and is very reasonably valued after the latest market correction. It has interest rate upside. An investment in the stock yields 9.5 percent...

Buy This 7.6%-Yielding BDC King When Markets Tank
This BDC makes an excellent value proposition for income investors. I rebought it for my income portfolio in February, but I am going to double down if the stock market continues its correction. 3 reasons stand out why income investors may want to consider it on dips. An investment in the stock currently yields 7.6 percent...

5 Cash-Rich Dividend Stocks to Buy
Cash truly is king. That’s especially true when looking at dividend stocks. Perhaps nothing matters more to dividend stocks than cash flows and balance sheet health. These two factors are probably the two biggest determinants of whether a firm can significantly grow their payout down the line. Or more importantly, keep a high-yield going. After all, you can “fake” earnings-per-share with accounting tricks, but you can’t fake how much money a firm has in the bank. So, it stands to reason, that investors looking for big-time dividends, should focus not on just initial yield, but on a firm’s cash/cash flows. But what dividend stocks are truly “cash rich” and have plenty of Franklin’s in cash flows and hoarded away on their balance sheets? Here are five that fit the bill perfectly...

If You're in Your 60s, Consider Buying These 2 High-Yield Stocks
You've worked long and hard to earn what you have. You've built a sizable nest egg -- one that represents the sum of your life's efforts. And now it's time to begin thinking about how to generate income from your assets to fund your retirement. But which investments are best? These investments offer an excellent combination of safety, growth, and income...

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

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