Tag: high yield dividend stocks

The Blueprint For Successful Dividend Investing

The Blueprint For Successful Dividend Investing

| August 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

This is a guest post by Nick McCullum from Sure Dividend. Sure Dividend uses The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing to systematically identify and rank high-quality dividend growth stocks suitable for long-term investment. Dividend growth investing is one of the most straightforward and powerful ways to build long-term wealth. It can also seem highly complicated to those without […]

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3 Popular High-Yield Stocks I Don’t Recommend Owning

3 Popular High-Yield Stocks I Don’t Recommend Owning

| November 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

While these three high-yield stocks are popular among many income investors, for Tim Plaehn’s rigorous standards, they don’t make the cut. See why Tim doesn’t recommend these three seemingly attractive stocks and his recommended replacements.  For The Dividend Hunter recommendations list of high yield stocks, I follow and analyze the financial results from several hundred […]

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3 Healthcare Dividends With 200% Upside

3 Healthcare Dividends With 200% Upside

| March 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Worried about President Trump? The Fed? China’s economy? All of the above? If so, here’s some simple advice – ignore it all, and invest only in “sure things.” You see, no matter what American voters, Janet Yellen, or Xi Jinping decide to do later this year, there’s one sure economic bet in the U.S… The […]

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When High Dividend Stocks Melt Down

When High Dividend Stocks Melt Down

| September 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Years ago a friend of mine leased a gray Lincoln Town Car. That was back when a Lincoln was the size of a small studio apartment. A few months into the deal, he stopped making payments and I couldn’t figure out why. He had a good job.  Money didn’t seem to be an issue.  He […]

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Dividend Yield For A Good Night’s Sleep

Dividend Yield For A Good Night’s Sleep

| March 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Don’t you love it when life is black and white? Well, it doesn’t get much blacker or whiter than when it comes to dividend yield. The number is the number… end of story. Well, almost the end of the story.  That’s because I’d like to share a couple of important things to know about dividend […]

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Build Your Own Dividend Stock Diversification Plan

Build Your Own Dividend Stock Diversification Plan

| February 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Need to play it safe? A dividend stock diversification plan is nothing more than a simple way to protect your portfolio. The common sense balance gives you safety and performance. And it takes the edge off volatility. It softens the wild swings. The extremes of the market’s highs and lows are balanced with consistency. How […]

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Dividend Payout Ratio Bombs Ready To Explode

Dividend Payout Ratio Bombs Ready To Explode

| February 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Dividend payout ratio bombs ready to explode? What’s this all about? And what makes the dividend payout ratio so explosive? I’m about to show you three stocks that are likely to blow up. You might as well haul around a volatile mixture of NI-3. That’s the explosive amateur crackpots mix up using iodine and ammonia. […]

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Dividend Investing Breakthroughs

Dividend Investing Breakthroughs

| January 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Dividend investing breakthroughs aren’t usually the result of home runs from single stocks. Breakthrough dividend performance is a team effort. It’s putting together a lineup of different kinds of dividend stocks that work well together. Go with some of your dividend stocks that pay a yield below 3%, and some with higher yields in the […]

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The Best High Dividend Stocks For 2015

The Best High Dividend Stocks For 2015

| January 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Where do you find the best high dividend stocks for 2015? Let’s go for a look, and I’ll show you a couple of ways you can make some great finds on your own. But first, we need to decide how high we really want to go. We need to separate the kind of high dividend […]

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