By Double Dividend Stocks : Feeling a bit bruised by the market over the past few weeks ..... company. We're taking a detour this week from our usual high dividend stocks coverage, to profile a company which is currently very undervalued
Is is correct that the "dividend pay date" determines the price you will pay for your reinvested share? For example if the stock I am reinvesting in is priced at $30 on ex-dividend, but now is priced at $25 today on the dividend payment date, I will basically be buying in for todays price of $25 a
By Double Dividend Stocks : Looking for a safe haven in this turbulent market? Many of our recent articles have cited preferred stocks as a safe haven
By Stan Stafford : Overview Yesterday, the Dow fell 1.97% (dropping 334.97 points). It was the largest one day drop of the year. The S&P 500 didn't fare any better, losing 2.07%. Over the past three weeks, the Dow has fallen by roughly 3.50%. I believe this has presented a great opportunity for ...
opposite, I love the idea of picking up cheap stocks at higher dividend yields. With that in mind, here are two high-yield dividend stocks with compelling valuations that I recently added to my portfolio. Placing my bets on agriculture I believe in the long
By Double Dividend Stocks : Looking for defensive high- dividend stocks to weather the latest market turbulence? Our recent articles have covered preferred high-yielding stocks from different industries, which have outperformed the market in
or quick trades usually triggered by a decline as the result of an announced secondary offering . Then there are a few dividend stocks that tend to have one major dip every year that can be bought profitably. One of my favorite and most consistent plays
about rising interest rates, which could impact financing costs for smaller companies as well as investor demand for dividend stocks . We have seen these concerns spark sell-offs in the past, all of which have proven to Complete Story »
By Divhut : Investing In Cement Industry Dividend -Paying Stocks By any standard, the worldwide cement industry is enormous. Last year, total revenues exceeded an eye popping $250 billion. Though a highly polluting and energy-intensive business, the cement industry is important for virtually every ...
protection. We see value in select international markets, particularly Japan and emerging Asia; international and global dividend funds ; large- and mega-cap companies; and certain cyclical sectors. Within fixed income, we like munis and mortgages