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Campbell Soup Company: High-Yield and Speculative Capital Gain Potential-Part 4

2018-06-06

Research Articles

Introduction This is the fourth of what will be a long-running series highlighting dividend growth stocks that have technically entered bear market territory.  Many investors define a bear market as when prices fall at least 20%.  After coming out of the true bear market inspired by the Great Recession, stocks have generally been enjoying a […]

Have You Noticed That Many Dividend Stocks are Finally in a Bear Market? General Mills Inc.: Part 1

2018-05-24

Research Articles

Introduction For quite some time I have been complaining that most best-of-breed dividend growth stocks were overvalued.  Frankly, for the most part I continue to hold that opinion.  On the other hand, I am also starting to see what I’ll call a stealth bear market for many dividend growth stocks.  In some cases, this stealth […]

10 More of 50 Fairly-Valued Dividend Growth Stocks Offering Moderately High Yields: Part 2

2018-04-10

Research Articles

Introduction This is the second of a five-part series presenting 50 dividend growth stocks that I have screened for current fair value.  With this article I will be covering 10 additional dividend growth research candidates in addition to the initial 10 that I presented in part 1 found here. Furthermore, I wanted to be clear […]

Choosing Common Stocks That Make Sense for Your Retirement Portfolio: Part 2

2015-09-17

Research Articles

Choosing Common Stocks That Make Sense for Your Retirement Portfolio: Part 2 Introduction Choosing the most appropriate stocks for the common stock portion of your retirement portfolio is vitally important.  In part 1 of this series found here I presented the 6 broad categories of stocks (businesses) that renowned mutual fund manager Peter Lynch presented […]

What The Great Recession Taught Me About Dividend Growth Investing

2015-06-11

Research Articles

Introduction Ever since I first got interested in investing in stocks circa 1965 I have been confronted with a constant and persistent admonition about the next pending market crash.  In those early days I contributed much of the negativity toward stocks to a lingering overhang from the Great Depression.  Many of the people I was […]

Three Keys Why Retired Investors Should Put Maximum Focus and Weight On Dividends

2015-05-29

Research Articles

Introduction In today’s low interest rate environment, prudent long-term investors, especially those in retirement, are best served by putting maximum weight and focus on dividends.  There are important reasons why I support this position, and those reasons will be the focal point of this article.  However, putting maximum weight and focus on dividends does not […]

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