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5 Dividend Aristocrats With 3-Pronged Profit Potential

2012-03-15

Research Articles

. . . . Summary and Conclusions We believe that this list of blue chip companies each represents the opportunity for investors seeking growth of capital and growth of dividend income. As previously stated, we feel that each possesses the opportunity for a three pronged return opportunity. Furthermore, we believe that the current low valuation […]

Dividend Champions a Rare Undervalued Opportunity

2012-01-06

Research Articles

We believe that based on earnings, 2012 is starting out with the stock market undervalued. We believe in the long-term ownership of great businesses purchased at sound and attractive valuations. Consequently, we view the stock market as merely the store that we shop at in order to buy the businesses we want to own. Furthermore, […]

America’s Best Companies are Cheap – So Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!

2011-12-19

Research Articles

Let there be no confusion about the purpose and intent of this article.  It is intended to present a positive and enthusiastic defense and a reasoned support of our great country and its economic strength and promise.  There are far too many that want to criticize and denigrate our economy and the very system within […]

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 […]

Prof. Schiller and CAPE, Maybe Correct Generally, But Specifically Wrong: The Market is Currently Cheap

2011-10-12

Research Articles

Introduction Many well-known stock market pundits to include the likes of Henry Blodgett point to Professor Robert Shiller’s cyclically adjusted PE ratio or CAPE to make a case that the stock market (S&P 500) is overvalued.  According to Prof. Shiller, the long-term average PE ratio (CAPE adjusted) for the S&P 500 is approximately 16.  And […]

Want to Seek ‘Significant’ Alpha? Look Beyond Dividend Stocks

2011-04-13

Research Articles

On March 30, 2011 an author that I have a great deal of respect for published an article titled “Investors who seek Alpha should seek out dividend stocks”. Although I share an appreciation and penchant for owning quality dividend paying growth stocks, I also took exception to the innuendo and conclusions that his article presented. […]

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