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6 Best Canadian Dividend Stocks For U.S. And Canadian Investors

6 Best Canadian Dividend Stocks For U.S. And Canadian Investors

Today we go to the north of the border to find some of the best dividend stocks Canada has to offer. Each of these stocks is listed on an American Exchange as well as a Canadian Exchange, and is therefore easily bought and sold by both my US and Canadian … Continue reading at

3 Great Dividend Stocks on Sale Now

Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, have been a bright spot in the market so far in 2016. Popular REITs like Realty Income and Digital Realty Trust are trading at all-time highs and have gained 10.7% and 7.5%, respectively, since New Year’s Day. Continue reading at

Some Major Oil Companies Begin to Cut Dividends

have forecast a bottom for oil stocks and a spike in prices by the end of the year. But the disruption in the industry has begun to take a toll on some investors holding shares for income. The largest U.S. oil entity to reduce its dividend to date is the … Continue reading at

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MarketWatch: 10 Dividend Stocks With Room to Raise Payouts

Investors who seek some safety after the 6.8 percent decline in stocks since the beginning of the year and the more than 10 percent drop from last year's record high should consider buying steady payers of dividends. Of course, a dividend payment isn't … Continue reading at

10 dividend stocks that probably will give you a raise this year

Even though the U.S. stock market is weak this year, there are plenty of companies with enough cash to raise their dividends. And that's reassuring because, despite the fact that the S&P 500 (SNC:SPX) Index was essentially flat last year and has fallen … Continue reading at

Retire With Dividend Growth: A Better Way
Retirement planning can be a daunting task. In fact, it can be so overwhelming that many people simply don’t know what to do. In…

Dividends Still Don’t Lie: The Truth About Investing in Blue Chip Stocks and Winning in the Stock Market
A timely follow-up to the bestselling classic Dividends Don’t Lie In 1988 Geraldine Weiss wrote the classic Dividends Don’t Lie, w…

Dividend Investing – The Truth About Dividends and Long Term Income Investing
Learn Dividend Investing TodayWhen many people think of dividend investing they think of retirees trying to preserve their nest eg…

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3 Of The Best Dividend Stocks For Your Retirement Portfolio

Retired investors searching for a regular income stream that can supplement pension and social security benefits, part-time work, annuities, and investment withdrawals may want to consider creating a diversified portfolio of dividend growth stocks. Continue reading at

3 Sell-Rated Dividend Stocks: KCAP, MVC, MTGE

TheStreet Ratings’ stock model projects a stock’s total return potential over a 12-month period including both price appreciation and dividends. Our Buy, Hold or Sell ratings designate how we expect these stocks to perform against a general benchmark of … Continue reading at

Zacks Investment Research Downgrades Ellington Residential Mortgage REIT (EARN) to Hold

The ex-dividend date of this dividend was Tuesday … Ellington Residential Mortgage REIT is a real estate investment trust (NASDAQ:EARN). The Company is specializes in acquiring, investing in, and managing residential mortgage- and real estate-related … Continue reading at

Ex-Dividend Reminder: ResMed, S & T Bancorp and Berkshire Hills Bancorp

Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, on 2/9/16, ResMed Inc. (Symbol: RMD), S & T Bancorp Inc (Symbol: STBA), and Berkshire Hills Bancorp, Inc. (Symbol: BHLB) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective upcoming dividends. Continue reading at

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Americans have been worried about what will happen to China if we stop buying their goods. But what not many people are talking about is what will happen to Americans if Americans stop buying from China? They will have a lot fewer products and other goods that they have gotten used to getting really cheap.

When you own gold or silver, it isn’t someone else’s liability. You don’t have to depend upon someone else’s ability to pay. This is why it is always so much better to own the physical product instead of a paper product. In the case of purchasing unleveraged gold or silver, you don’t want to rely on an investment bank to hopefully give you your gold when you really need it.

Pay attention to the markup when you purchase gold. There is always a markup, which the broker needs in order to profitably run his service. But sometimes the markup can be outrageous because they are jumping on unsuspecting investors. They may try to sell other coin products that are supposed to have some sort of superior quality in addition to gold.

1980-1981 was the the time that the gold bull run came to an end. This came when high interest rates and a sentiment that markets were the solution and government is the problem. Even if you didn’t sell your gold at its peak, you still would have sold your gold at 0 or 0 and transferred it into bonds that yielded 15%.

So you don’t have to worry about not timing the peak of the bubble that will occur. You will have still avoided the major wealth transfer, and you will then be able to transfer into other assets at that time. But right now there aren’t many better investments right now.

When picking stocks, you should look ahead at what you see will happen in the world. Then pick the companies that will be well positioned to do well in the world that you have imagined. That’s what investing is all about, looking into the future.

If you invest in stocks with a solid dividend, then you can live with the volatility a lot easier. You can find much higher yields right now in stocks compared to bonds. As long as the stock keeps paying the dividend, then you don’t ever need to worry about selling.

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