3 Dividend Stocks That Retirees Should Avoid
It’s a given that retirees and near-retirees often have a strong interest in dividend-paying stocks, as they’re looking at lives without paychecks and need new income streams. All dividends aren’t created equal, though, and some very tempting ones are … Continue reading at fool.com
Ex-Dividend Reminder: Federated Investors, Capitol Federal Financial and Pinnacle Financial Partners
Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, on 2/3/16, Federated Investors Inc (Symbol: FII), Capitol Federal Financial Inc (Symbol: CFFN), and Pinnacle Financial Partners Inc. (Symbol: PNFP) will all trade ex-dividend for their … Continue reading at nasdaq.com
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My 30 Stocks For 30 Years – January 2016 Update
I’m accumulating a set of 30 high quality dividend paying stocks every quarter. January proved to be a very volatile month for my Dividend Accumulation Fund. I took advantage of market turmoil to make a purchase of my Accumulation Fund in January. Continue reading at seekingalpha.com
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Are Dividend Stocks a Good Substitute for Bonds?
Dividend paying stocks are still stocks. While many of these companies, especially those that are consistent dividend payers, may be less volatile than some other stocks they are still subject to many of the factors that impact the stock market as a whole. Continue reading at investopedia.com
Ex-Dividend Reminders Include D.R. Horton and NextEra Energy
Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, D.R. Horton (DHI), Idacorp (IDA), and NextEra Energy (NEP) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective upcoming dividends on February 3, 2016. D.R. Horton will pay its quarterly dividend … Continue reading at investorplace.com
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US Stocks Edge Mostly Lower as Energy Prices Plunge Again
The fact that utility and other high-dividend stocks were among the better performers should be seen as a sign that investors still don’t have much conviction behind last week’s gains and Monday’s recovery, traders said. The Dow Jones industrial average … Continue reading at abcnews.go.com
Countercyclical Cash Flow and 44 Straight Years of Dividend Growth
Grainger is a dividend growth stock we are watching for our Top 20 Dividend Stocks portfolio. The company has over 1.4 million customers in the U.S. (78% of sales) and meaningful operations also in Canada (10%), Japan and Western Europe. Its customers … Continue reading at gurufocus.com
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Consolidated Edison Powers up Its Dividend
The utility sector is a haven for income investors. Utilities have all the qualities of strong dividend stocks: recession-resistant business models, steady profits, wide economic moats, and manageable debt levels. In January, utility company Consolidated … Continue reading at dividend.com
Dividend paying stocks are good in volatile markets
While capital appreciation is better, paying regular dividend indicates that the company is making profits and is rewarding investors. When the market turns volatile with a downward bias, there are many investors who suddenly stop investing and start … Continue reading at rediff.com
Interview With Ben Reynolds At Sure Dividend
One of the best part about it all is how willing everyone is to share their knowledge and encourage each other to become the best investor they can be and reach financial freedom as soon as possible. Our first two interviews were Dividend Hustler and Tawcan. Continue reading at valuewalk.com
* Dr Don Hamson, Managing Director of Plato Investment Management, says one of the keys to successful income investing is to avoid the 'dividend traps'. Not only can the traps reduce income but they often result in material loss of capital as the price of the security also falls. Hamson says some of the red flags he looks at are 1) Steadily falling share prices, which artificially inflate the yield 2) Companies where the underlying business is facing structural and competitive challenges which may place future earnings under pressure. In addition, Hamson says a well constructed income portfolio should also include companies that might not be 'high yield' today but have the capacity to grow their dividends in the future. In this video Hamson discusses dividend traps in the context of grocery retailers and highlights one sector that he believes is often overlook as a source of income.
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