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Stock Selection Options by Category: Part 2A

2018-10-30

Research Articles

Introduction In part 1 of this series titled “How Many Stocks Should I Own?”  found here, I focused primarily on how many stocks an investor might need to hold in a stock portfolio for adequate diversification.  In this part 2, my focus will shift to category selections. Instead of how many stocks to own, this […]

Should You Care That The Market Is Overvalued- It Depends!

2017-07-27

Research Articles

Introduction Most investors suffer from what I believe is an unhealthy (unprofitable) obsession with the stock market.  Financial writers and professional investors never tire about offering up their opinion on what the market will do next – especially short term.  Individual investors also are deeply concerned with how the markets are doing on a daily […]

Here is What I Don’t Want as a Dividend Growth Investor

2016-09-09

Research Articles

Introduction Achieving long-term success as a dividend growth investor implies a long-term buy-and-hold strategy.  The reasons why are simple and straightforward.  The primary objective of a committed dividend growth investor is to achieve a growing dividend income stream.  This primary objective further implies achieving an increasing level of income that can fight inflation while simultaneously […]

Designing the Appropriate Common Stock Retirement Portfolio: Stock Selection Options Part 1

2015-09-11

Research Articles

Introduction What is the best way to design or construct a common stock portfolio?  This is a question I am often asked and my short answer is always the same – it depends.  The truth is, there is no perfect method or strategy for designing a stock portfolio that is right for every individual investor.  […]

Earnings Determine Market Price!

2009-09-24

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In the long run it really doesn’t matter what the market’s doing. Unless, of course, you own an index fund, then it matters a lot. However, if you own individual companies then only their business results truly matter. The evidence is overwhelming. In the long run earnings determine market price. There is also the issue […]

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