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  1. Europe shares end higher; banks rally on stimulus hopes

    Headlines

    Tue, 25 Nov 2014

    * Allianz GI CIO sees volatility, favours dividend stocks

  2. Income Portfolio after a windfall sale

    Commentary

    Thu, 20 Nov 2014

    required. I've gravitated to income ETFs and a basket of Dividend stocks (basically most of what Josh Peters has on DividendInvestor ..... PFXF 8.5% - stock, preferred domestic ex-financial Dividend Stocks 35.0% - selected by weighted criteria & Morningstar DI

  3. Peters: How to Avoid a Dividend Cut

    Video Reports

    Wed, 19 Nov 2014

    case here this year. Glaser: Looking at the environment today, then, do you think investors are being compensated in dividend stocks for the risks they are taking on? Peters: On a relative basis, I would say yes. When you look at valuations on an absolute

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    the environment today, then, do you think investors are being compensated in dividend stocks for the risks they are taking on? Peters: On a relative basis, I would say yes. When you look at valuations on
    from the bond market. So, on a relative basis, I think choosing dividend -paying stocks is more about your investment goals as opposed to what's popular or what's cheap. On Wall Street at any point in time,
    that are legitimately, absolutely attractive. But on a relative basis, I think dividend -paying stocks --high-quality ones with safe and growing dividends--are still in a position to meet the long-term investment needs, financial needs that most investors have, whether they are leading up to retirement or whether they are already retired and making withdrawals. Glaser: Thanks for your thoughts on risk today, Josh. Peters: Thank you, too, Jeremy. Glaser: For Morningstar, I'm Jeremy Glaser. Thanks for watching. DividendInvestor Newsletter Want specific income-generating ideas from Morningstar? Subscribe to Morningstar DividendInvestor , where Josh Peters uses our robust data, research and analysis to find the best dividend -paying stocks to own. One-Year Digital Subscription 12 Issues | $189 Premium Members: $179 Easy Checkout
  4. Any young Income & Dividend investors?

    Commentary

    Mon, 17 Nov 2014

    age did you start? I ask because I had a conversation with a CFA colleague and he told me I should not be investing in dividend stocks due to my income and age. He told me I should look into index funds that pay very little dividend (makes sense). I look

  5. marc lichtenfeld`s book on dividends

    Commentary

    Tue, 11 Nov 2014

    in more shares for about 5-10 years then I will take the cash from the dividends for income. should all of my equity portion consist of dividend stocks or should i have a index fund for some of my equity portion to smooth things out a bit

  6. 5 Dividend Stocks to Buy on Energy's Weakness

    Video Reports

    Fri, 31 Oct 2014

    This handful of well-run companies can withstand energy price volatility and continue paying out dividends, says Morningstar's Josh Peters.

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    Peters uses our robust data, research and analysis to find the best dividend -paying stocks to own. One-Year Digital Subscription 12 Issues | $189 Premium Members: $179 Easy Checkout
  7. A Simple Solution for Dividend Seekers

    Video Reports

    Fri, 24 Oct 2014

    Mike Rawson: All dividend funds need to have some method to exclude the highest-yielding ..... tilt their portfolios toward dividend-paying stocks. Many dividend funds screen for companies with a long-term track record of paying

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    Mike Rawson: All dividend funds need to have some method to exclude the highest-yielding, riskier stocks. Many funds use complicated formulas to arrive at the solution to this problem. [TICKER:DLN] WisdomTree LargeCap Dividend (DLN) includes all stocks but weights them by the dollar amount of dividends paid. So, the largest, most stable companies, such as Exxon (XOM) or General Electric (GE), wind up with the biggest weight in the portfolio. This ETF is a suitable core U.S. equity holding for investors who want to tilt their portfolios toward dividend -paying stocks . Many dividend funds screen for companies with a long-term track record of paying dividends. So, this would exclude relatively new dividend payers, such as Apple
  8. When is a dividend stocks reinvestmet price determined?

    Commentary

    Thu, 16 Oct 2014

    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

  9. A Late September Swoon?

    Headlines

    Fri, 26 Sep 2014

    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

  10. 2014 Morningstar ETF Conference

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    Wed, 24 Sep 2014

    income environment, says IndexIQ's Adam Patti. Faber: Income Investors Shouldn't Overlook Buybacks Given how expensive dividend stocks have become today, it's even more important for yield-seeking investors to also consider buybacks in order to maximize

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