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The 3 Best Dividend Kings For 2019

It was a grisly end to the year for stocks. On December 24th, due to numerous fears (including that a recession was looming in 2019), the S&P 500 closed down 19.8% from its all-time high. And with about 66% of its component companies in full on bear markets (20+% declines), market panic was widespread that […]

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4 Stocks To Buy In The Wake Of The U.S.-China Trade War

Trade Wars And U.S. Monetary PolicyIf you follow me, you know I’ve been vocal about the potential impacts President Trump’s Trade War and a hawkish Fed could have on American Corporations who derive noteworthy portions of their revenues outside of the United States.In one of my recent articles, in which I discussed the current political […]

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3 Reasons Why I Just Tripled My GE Position

General Electric’s (GE) stock cratered by 56.6% throughout 2018, marking one of the worst years on record for the 126-year-old conglomerate. Shockingly, GE’s total decline from its top of about $31 in early 2017 equated to 78%, as the stock bottomed at just $6.65 roughly one month ago.Clearly GE had its share of serious problems […]

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Eight Dividend Aristocrats Down 20% In 2018 – Buying Opportunity

The Dividend Aristocrats (BATS: NOBL) are a favorite amongst the SeekingAlpha dividend investing community due to the fund’s long track record of dividend growth, strong total shareholder returns, reasonably good yields, and overall safety. They are excellent stocks and investments, and considering the recent market selloff, I thought readers and investors would be interested in […]

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Do You Feel Lucky? 3 Double-Digit Dividend Dynamos

On Seeking Alpha last year, I explained that “there’s no shortage of media headlines instructing investors where to find high-yield investment opportunities.” Many people read articles on this website daily hoping to find the next ‘home run’ stock that will deliver everlasting high dividend yields.However, we all know investments don’t pay 10% plus in this environment […]

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3 Great Buys To Start Off 2019

This research report was produced by The REIT Forum with assistance from Big Dog Investments.We have 3 buy ratings to bring you today.We witnessed a massive decline heading into Christmas followed by a decent rally over the next few days. The decline and subsequent rally hit most sectors, though it clearly hasn’t hit all stocks […]

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These 3 High-Yield Blue Chips Are Set To Soar And Are Too Undervalued To Ignore

I recently launched my new Deep Value Dividend Growth Portfolio or DVDGP. This represents the culmination of 23 years of investing experience and over four years of professional knowledge I’ve gleaned while being an analyst/investment writer. The portfolio is designed to answer the burning question that readers have been asking me in recent weeks and […]

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Why IBM Should Be Your First Buy Of The New Year

The ongoing market correction has been particularly hard on International Business Machines (IBM) given the stock has fallen 34% off its 52-week high. That presents an opportunity to buy what I’ve long considered as one of the best dividend stocks on the market. In my opinion, the stock is significantly undervalued for the following reasons:IBM […]

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Ford Plummets – Are You Concerned?

In 2018, stock investors faced a great deal of anxiety and turbulence. This was certainly true for those focused on the equities benchmarks, but it was even more true for those holding long positions in Ford Motor Company (F). As a measure of comparison, the S&P 500 finished the year with sizable losses of 7.03%. […]

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3 Things That Will Definitely Happen In 2019

Much about 2019 is uncertain. But a few things are pretty much guaranteed, including the following:Government Debt Will Rise at an Accelerating RateLike a life-long dieter who finally gives up and decides to eat himself to death, the US is now committed to trillion-dollar deficits for as far as the eye can see. And that’s […]

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