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10 Dividend Stocks Growing Their Payouts By 20% Or More

10 Dividend Stocks Growing Their Payouts By 20% Or More

High current yield or not, these dividend growth stocks can deliver even larger, top-quality payouts down the road With thousands of dividend stocks trading in the market, investors have a number of flavors and income angles to consider. While many dividend investors are drawn to companies with higher yields — such as this list of […]

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10 Best Dividend Stocks For The Market’s 10 Sectors

10 Best Dividend Stocks For The Market’s 10 Sectors

Diversification matters. So when you’re scouring the market for income, don’t throw all your money at just one or two sectors. I’ve been a big believer in piling money into the best dividend stocks, then staying there for a long time. Perhaps because the start of my career coincided with the nasty 2000-02 bear market, […]

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What Is A Dividend Disaster?

What Is A Dividend Disaster?

| November 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

I never thought my friend Large Lou Sapino would be a credible source of good dividend stocks investing wisdom. We get together a few times a year when he drags me into Danny’s on Orange Avenue in Coronado, California.  I’ll nurse a beer and he’ll be drinking vodka. Actually, he’s lecturing me on vodka.  It’s […]

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How Dividend Reinvestment Plans Really Work

How Dividend Reinvestment Plans Really Work

| July 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

I’m not exactly jealous, but I sure am envious.  I’ll fess up and admit it. Back in 1955, Fred Schwed came up with the perfect title for a book… “Where Are the Customers’ Yachts?” The subtitle for Fred’s book is “A Good Hard Look at Wall Street.” Fred was a professional trader who lost a […]

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High Dividend Stocks From Emerging Markets

High Dividend Stocks From Emerging Markets

| June 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

What countries are we looking at when we talk about emerging markets? Well, right off the bat you’ve got China. And countries like Thailand, Brazil, South Africa, and Poland. Just a few years ago, Brazil, Russia, India and China were considered the top four emerging markets. But Vladimir Putin’s antics, and deeply embedded corruption in […]

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