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Home Depot versus Lowe’s: Which Stock is a Better Buy?

2021-06-15

Research Articles

Introduction For this week’s Subscriber Request Tuesday, I will be comparing Home Depot to Lowe’s. It is almost uncanny how Home Depot and Lowe’s have operating histories that parallel each other very closely.  If you did not have the name of the company on the FAST Graph, you would have trouble telling one from the […]

$LOW Nice Work Dividend Sensei – But I Choose Lowe’s (NYS:LOW)

2019-06-20

Research Articles

Introduction I am a firm believer and ardent supporter of conducting comprehensive research and due diligence on any company (stock) you might consider investing in.  However, I have also experienced the reality that far too many investors make their decisions based on opinions, emotions or vague ideas about a company, instead of on comprehensive knowledge […]

The Threat and Risk of Rising Interest Rates: Separating Fact from Fiction

2017-03-24

Research Articles

Introduction The threat of rising interest rates is all the rage in financial circles today.  However, the seminal question is: How real is the threat, and how much impact will rising rates have on stock prices and investor performance?  This article will present my personal perspectives on interest rates and their potential impact on stock […]

A Comprehensive Look At Dividend Growth Stock Valuations Sector By Sector: Part 2

2016-08-26

Research Articles

Introduction Finding attractively valued dividend growth stocks is getting harder and harder to do.  The overall market has been on a relentless advance for many years now, and high quality dividend paying growth stocks have been leaders.  Consequently, valuations have become extended beyond historical norms and I contend prudence.  Nevertheless, there are attractive dividend growth […]

Suffering Stock Market Stress? Consider This Market with Negligible Volatility and Consistently Rising Values Instead!

2016-02-05

Research Articles

Introduction It would be an understatement to call the recent stock market activity turbulent.  High stock price volatility makes investors anxious and some people even become downright frightened.  These emotional responses are often exaggerated for people in or near retirement.  Therefore, I contend that all investors need to find ways to keep their emotions in […]

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