Retirees: I Did Not Buy IBM to Sell, It’s About The Dividend Income Stupid

Retirees: I Did Not Buy IBM to Sell, It’s About The Dividend Income Stupid

Introduction

There are many investing strategies and principles that retired investors can utilize to reduce the risk associated with investing in equities (stocks) for their retirement portfolios.  Choosing to invest in the highest quality stocks your mind can conceive sits at the top of the list.  There are many components that investors can analyze and examine to determine whether a company is high quality or not. […]

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MisterValuation Featured Dividend Income Stock of the Week: Kohl’s Corp

Introduction In my quest to provide greater benefit to MisterValuation subscribers, I am continuously looking for ways to improve your experience and profit.  Therefore, this will be the second in an ongoing series of featured stocks of the week.  Currently, I have come up with three categories: Dividend Growth: In this category I will be[…]

The Best Way to Reinvest Your Dividends for Retirement

The Best Way to Reinvest Your Dividends for Retirement

Introduction

Reinvesting your dividends received from high-quality dividend growth stocks is a great, relatively conservative and proven way to build wealth over the long term.  This is especially true and appropriate for investors in the accumulation phase that are planning for future retirement.  Accumulating additional shares of dividend growth stocks can, and will, provide an increasing and eventually larger stream of income available at retirement when income is needed most. […]

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MisterValuation Featured Dividend Growth Stock of the Week: Polaris Industries Inc.

  Introduction In my quest to provide greater benefit to MisterValuation subscribers, I am continuously looking for ways to improve your experience and profit.  Therefore, this will be the fisrt in an ongoing series of featured stocks of the week.  Currently, I have come up with three categories: Dividend Growth: In this category I will[…]

Retirees: The Risks, Dangers and Advantages of Reaching For Yield: Part 2B

Introduction

There is an undeniable fact that differentiates investing when in retirement versus investing while you are still working.  When you are employed, you are working for your money.  However, once a person truly enters their retirement years, the situation reverses itself.  When in retirement you begin the stage in your life where your money must work for you.  In my opinion, this changes the investing dynamic considerably. […]

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83 Attractive Dividend Growth Stocks for Your Retirement Portfolios: Part 2A

Introduction

I recently completed a 3 part series of articles offered to assist retired investors in designing the equity portion of their retirement portfolios.  In part 1 of this series found here I presented Peter Lynch’s 6 broad categories of stocks (businesses) that he wrote about in his best-selling book “One Up On Wall Street.”  The primary objective of this first article was simply to provide the reader a general idea of the various categories of common stocks that were generally available to choose among.  I presented one or two examples of each category in order to illustrate the advantages and/or disadvantages of each category.  I also pointed out that not every category was appropriate for most conservative retired investors. […]

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MisterValuation Research Candidates: Portfolios Updated October 2015

Introduction I am currently in the process of updating the MisterValuation Research Candidates’ portfolios for October 2015.  Thus far I have only completed the dividend growth stock portfolios: Dividend Champion/Aristocrats, Dividend Contenders and Dividend Challengers.  You can tell which portfolios have been updated by the date preceding the portfolio title.  Updated portfolios will show 2015.10[…]

Designing a Dividend Growth Portfolio for a Specific Retirement Yield Objective: Part 1

Introduction

Managing an investment portfolio is a very personal matter.  Consequently, the most important consideration is to design a portfolio that meets your own unique goals, objectives and risk tolerances.  Everyone is different, and consequently, every investment portfolio can and should be appropriately different as well.  Stated more straightforwardly, I do not believe in cookie-cutter or one-size-fits-all approaches to portfolio design. […]

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