Diversifying by Sector: 20 High-Quality Attractive Dividend Growth Stocks Rated A- Or Better (Part 2B)

Introduction This current series of articles could be summarized as a review of ways to construct and diversify a common stock portfolio.  In part 1 found here I discussed various viewpoints on how many stocks a portfolio should hold.  In Part 2A found here I presented and discussed Peter Lynch’s 6 general categories of stocks.  In Read more about Diversifying by Sector: 20 High-Quality Attractive Dividend Growth Stocks Rated A- Or Better (Part 2B)[…]

Did IBM Buy Red Hat at a Fair Price?

Introduction On October 23, 2015 I wrote an article titled “Retirees: I Did Not Buy IBM to Sell; It’s about the Dividend Income Stupid.”  At the time I published the article, I was long International Business Machine (IBM) and remain long today.  With the article I attempted to illustrate why I was including IBM in Read more about Did IBM Buy Red Hat at a Fair Price?[…]

FAST Graphs – Honeydew Dividend Line – Explanation and Video

There has been a lot of misunderstanding regarding FAST Graphs and how we display dividend information.  For starters, the only honeydew colored line on the graph is what everyone calls the white line.  For you to understand this better, go down to the bottom of the graph in the long orange rectangle and take off Read more about FAST Graphs – Honeydew Dividend Line – Explanation and Video[…]

Whirlpool Corporation: Do You Have the Guts To Be Greedy While Others Are Fearful?

Introduction After today’s price drop, and frankly even before that, I thought that Whirlpool Corporation (WHR) represented a unique opportunity to invest in the world’s oldest and largest appliance manufacturer at extremely undervalued levels.  I understand that there have been issues, but I see nothing that would suggest that the price should be this low.  Read more about Whirlpool Corporation: Do You Have the Guts To Be Greedy While Others Are Fearful?[…]

Sound Valuation Is More Important Than Time In The Market: Starbucks, Campbell Soup, FactSet Research Systems Inc: Part 1

Introduction I believe that two of the most important investing principles that prudent investors should embrace are valuation and time in the market.  Consequently, the title of this article is mildly misleading, because both concepts are extremely important towards achieving long-term investing success.  In other words, I believe attempting to argue the importance of one Read more about Sound Valuation Is More Important Than Time In The Market: Starbucks, Campbell Soup, FactSet Research Systems Inc: Part 1[…]

Here’s Why Valuation Determines Total Dividend Payments for Overvalued Stocks: Johnson & Johnson

Introduction In my most recent article found here a reader made a comment where a question was asked that I believe deserved a good answer.  The following excerpt of the comment really reached out to me because this person claims to have been asking this question for 5 years without receiving a good answer.  Here Read more about Here’s Why Valuation Determines Total Dividend Payments for Overvalued Stocks: Johnson & Johnson[…]

Newell Brands Inc (NYSE:NWL) FAST Graphs Analyze-Out-Loud Analysis

Newell Brands Inc. (NWL) has been one of the most requested stocks that I’ve been asked to provide an analyze out loud video on.  When I first  looked at it, I had to wonder why people were so interested in this particular stock.  Then I realized that statistically it looks great.  The company’s blended P/E Read more about Newell Brands Inc (NYSE:NWL) FAST Graphs Analyze-Out-Loud Analysis[…]

Magna International (NYSE:MGA) – FAST Graphs Analyze-Out-Loud Analysis

Magna International is a Canadian based Auto Parts Equipment company that has had excellent growth over its lifetime, but the market has generally valued it at a low P/E ratio of 9 to 10. In this video, we will analyze the company and identify possible return opportunities using these historical norms based on analysts’ consensus Read more about Magna International (NYSE:MGA) – FAST Graphs Analyze-Out-Loud Analysis[…]

7 China-based Stocks for High Growth at a Reasonable Price

Introduction China has rapidly become the second largest economy in the world – second only to the United States, and by some calculations the largest.  As a result, China also has some of the fastest-growing publicly traded companies on the planet.  Moreover, tariff negotiations between the United States and China have recently become a political Read more about 7 China-based Stocks for High Growth at a Reasonable Price[…]