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Dividend Growth Stocks: Chevron Corporation (CVX) Dividend Stock Analysis

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Chevron Corporation is a global integrated oil company (formerly ChevronTexaco) has interests in exploration, production, refining and marketing, and petrochemicals. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

Dividend Growth Stocks: Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) Dividend Stock Analysis

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Exxon Mobil Corp., formed through the merger of Exxon and Mobil in late 1999, is the world's largest publicly owned integrated oil company. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

Dividend Growth Stocks: High Yield, High Risk Dividend Stocks

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It is not unusual after I publish a list of stocks to get a comment or two asking why those stocks and not these stocks. Often the real thrust of the question is why buy those low yield stocks when you can buy these high yield stocks. The answer involves risk and its management...

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Dividend Growth Stocks: If Only I Had Known About These Dividend Stocks...

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At one time or another, we all have thought, 'If only knew this when I was younger.' I purchased my first dividend stock for income in 2003. Like many newly converted income investors, I was chasing yield. I quickly built a portfolio consisting of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) and high yield, high risk stocks.

Dividend Growth Stocks: ConocoPhillips Co. (COP) Dividend Stock Analysis

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ConocoPhillips Co. is one of the largest independent oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) companies in the world, COP spun off its downstream assets in May 2012. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

Dividend Growth Stocks: 9 Stocks That Have Paid Dividends For Over 100 Years

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The key to successfully selecting dividend growth stocks is the ability to identify companies that will not only maintain but grow their dividend. Often it can be boiled down to a simple question: "How committed is the company to paying its dividend?" ...

Dividend Stocks Are Not A Bubble, But Many Technology High-Fliers Are Dangerously Overhyped

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So far, 2013 has been a great year for investors. Stock prices are rising left and right, many participants are flush with cash, and there are few alternatives to equities at the moment. The rising tide has left many of the usual suspects I bought over the past five – six years slightly overvalued. I am referring to the likes of Colgate –Palmolive (CL), or Automatic Data Processing (ADP),...

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Dividend Growth Stocks: Income Annuities vs. Dividend Stocks

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I was born in 1962 which puts me on the tail-end of the Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964). We have been described by some as "the pig in the python." Over the decades, the sheer size of our group has redefined many aspects of society.

ModernGraham Valuation: Chevron Corp (CVX) | ModernGraham.com

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ModernGraham's analysis of Chevron Corp based on an updated version of Benjamin Graham's requirements for The Intelligent Investor.

Dividend Growth Stocks: Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) Dividend Stock Analysis

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Exxon Mobil Corp., formed through the merger of Exxon and Mobil in late 1999, is the world's largest publicly owned integrated oil company. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

Dividend Growth Stocks: What Determines A Dividend Stock's Yield

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If income investing were as simple as picking the stock with the highest yield, everyone would be an expert. Most assume (rightfully so) that yield is heavily influenced by risk, but much more goes into determining yield. Below are several important factors that influence a stock's yield, along with some illustrative examples...

Most Widely Held Dividend Growth Stocks

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Most of the dividend growth stocks are household names, representing large-cap multinational corporations. The sheer size of these companies, and magnitude of operations typically give them an edge over competitors. These large-cap stocks are typically market leaders in the respective industries they are leading.

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Your best ideas might already be in your circle of competence

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In a previous article I outlined the difficulties I am having in allocating new cash to my portfolio. However, I mentioned that I am comfortable holding the companies I own. This is because I believe that the companies in my dividend portfolio have excellent business prospects, and also have favorable business economics. I have spent thousands of hours poring through annual reports, press...

Dividend Growth Stocks: ConocoPhillips Co. (COP) Dividend Stock Analysis

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ConocoPhillips Co. is of the largest independent oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) companies in the world, COP spun off its downstream assets in May 2012. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

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Should I buy dividend stocks now, or accumulate cash waiting for lower prices?

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Some investors are hoping for a correction, that would make investments affordable again. They believe that they are better off waiting for better prices, rather than buy shares at or above the maximum prices they are willing to buy at.