Here are the dividend stocks I’m looking at this month. Continue reading The Best Dividend Stocks to Buy in July 2020
Despite filing for bankruptcy, Hertz is planning on issuing $1 billion worth of common stock. Is this the Greater Fool Theory at work? Continue reading The “Greater Fool Theory in Action”: Hertz’s Bankruptcy Stock Offering
I love dividends. Specifically, I’m a big fan of Dividend Aristocrats. These are companies who have the enviable track record of increasing their dividend payments at least once a year for the past 25+ years. It’s very rare to find … Continue reading 3 Undervalued Dividend Aristocrats
I believe Costco does more good for civilization than the Rockefeller foundation. I think it’s a better place. Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berskhire Hathaway With 380% capital gains in 10 years, Costco’s average annual return of 38% is almost … Continue reading Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Next Decade [COST]
Next week, there will be a flurry of earnings activity and announcements: Tech giants are releasing their earnings, several companies are expected to announce whether dividends will be maintained or cut, and Nielsen data will publish its Q1 data, among … Continue reading Stocks to Watch (04/27-05/01): Earnings Uncertainty and Dividend Cuts.
Now may be the time to purchase under-fire REITs with the potential to bounce back strongly once the market recovers. Continue reading An Undervalued REIT for Risk-Tolerant Investors [VTR]
If you live in the USA and make less than $99K per year, chances are you will receive a stimulus check from the federal government. Some people with a consumerist mindset will use this money to go on a shopping … Continue reading 5 Ways to Spend your Coronavirus Stimulus Check
This series of articles will provide you with the necessary knowledge to start investing with confidence. Today, we start by dispelling some of the most common biases held against the stock market. Continue reading How to Invest in Stocks. 1 – Getting Rid of Bias