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The Case for Optimism: Our Top 25 Dividend Growth Stocks are Dirt Cheap

2011-11-23

Research Articles

Anyone who had recently invested in real estate would most likely agree that the phrase “dirt cheap” carries a new and enhanced meaning today. In the same vein, we would argue that our top 25 dividend growth stocks based on the potential for five-year estimated annual total returns are dirt cheap.  Consequently, we believe that […]

8 Strong Growth Stocks Significantly Under-valued by Mr. Market

2011-09-01

Research Articles

Positioning Statements and Principles We don’t believe in investing in the stock market.  Instead, we believe in investing in great businesses.  Therefore, we tend to focus more on how the business is performing on an operating basis than we do on stock price volatility.  In other words, we are most interested in whether or not […]

10 Dividend Stocks Poised for Growth

2011-01-05

Research Articles

As 2011 begins, the growing legion of investors seeking retirement income is faced with the same conundrum they faced in 2010. Interest rates remain at near all-time lows, and severely limit attractive investment options to meet income needs. After being traumatized by the great recession of 2008, safety and risk aversion are of the highest […]

Ten Prominent Defense Stocks That Pay Dividends, Part II

2010-09-30

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Introduction In Part I of this two-part series we pointed out how proposed spending cuts by Defense Secretary Robert Gates are designed to hold the growth of the $680 billion defense department budget to only 1% or 2% for the next few years. We further pointed out that these pending spending cuts were casting a […]

Ten Prominent Defense Stocks That Pay Dividends, Part I

2010-09-29

Research Articles

There is a lot of uncertainty regarding the future of the defense industry under the Obama Administration and Defense Secretary Robert Gates. Proposed efficiency initiatives call for a realignment of defense spending indicating only modest growth in the defense budget of 1% to 2% over the next few years. “Learning to do more without more” […]

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