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Dividend Growth Stocks: Bonds Look Morbid When Compared To These Dividend Stocks

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Even hibernating bears know that bonds have essentially been dead money over the last several years. Interest rates are ridiculously low and not likely to improve this year based on Fed. comments and the stagnant U.S. economy. What's done is done, so what should we expect to earn from bonds in the future? Consider these two scenarios...

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Dividend Growth Stocks: My 5 Largest Dividend Stock Positions Have Double-Digit Lifetime Returns

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Certain stocks in my dividend growth portfolio tend to be purchased more often than others. This will often pushes the limit on my maximum allocation limit of 5% per holding in the portfolio. Sometimes, the high allocations are a result of buying up to the limit when the price is down. While other times it is a conscious decision to slightly exceed the 5% threshold.

Dividend Growth Stocks: The Best Dividend Stocks In The World

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I couldn't begin to estimate how many different stocks are traded around the world on the various exchanges. Like everything else, there are many participants, but few players. Though the population of stocks may be large, there are only a precious few that are worthy dividend growth stocks. When spending my time looking for worthy investments, there are four primary places I look...

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Dividend Growth Stocks: Don't Touch These 5 Dividend Stocks!

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Has someone near and dear to you responded with a 'I was only trying to help' after royally messing something up? Have you ever tinkered with a computer, smart phone or something else only to learn it no longer works and you are not sure how to fix it? Our dividend stock investments can suffer the same fate if we provide them with too much of the wrong type of attention.

13 Companies Providing Shareholders More Cash Through Increased Dividends

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In the U.S. and Canada, most companies pay dividends quarterly. In other parts of the world, it is not uncommon for companies to pay an annual or a semi-annual dividend. That is not to say that North American companies sometimes choose not to pay quarterly dividends. For many years McDonald’s (MCD) paid an annual dividend. Since 2000, Walt Disney Co.

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Dividend Growth Stocks: Dividend Stocks vs. Dividend ETFs

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A frequent question that I get is 'Why do you invest in individual dividend stocks instead of income-based ETFs?' On the surface this seems like a reasonable question since most ETFs are indexed, tax efficient, easily traded, passive and have low expense ratios.

Dividend Growth Stocks: McDonald's Corporation (MCD) Dividend Stock Analysis

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McDonald's Corporation is the largest fast-food restaurant company in the world, with nearly 35,000 restaurants in 119 countries. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

Dividend Growth Stocks: We Were Dividends, Before Dividends Were Cool

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For a while it seemed that every investing article ended with the same conclusion - you should be buying dividend stocks. They are all quoting studies citing the performance edge that dividends have enjoyed over the long-term and the value of a semi-fixed return generated from periodic dividend payments. However, you should beware of some of the information provided.

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Dividend Growth Stocks: 10 Dividend Stocks Delivering The Secret To Success

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We all want to learn the secret to success. Many get-rich-now infomercials have preyed on this desire while making the sellers wealthy at the expense of the buyers. I have good news for you, there really is a secret to success, and what is even better news is that the secret is not hard to discover. It has been right there in front of you all this this time.

Dividend Growth Stocks: 10 Dividend Stocks For A Rainy Day

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During this most recent economic downturn, many people lost their jobs at a time when companies weren't hiring. When things like this happen, those with an alternative income, including dividend growth stocks, are in a better position to deal with the circumstances thrust on them. Here are some things you can do today to prepare for your financial rainy day...

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Dividend Growth Stocks: Dividend Income Progress Update - December 2013

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Once again it is time for a goals/progress update. I am pleased to report that annualized dividend income increased in December, extending the streak to 42 consecutive months of increases after June 2010's decline. Since I began publicly tracking annualized dividend income in November 2007, it has increased in 71 of the last 73 months...

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ModernGraham Valuation: McDonald’s Corporation (MCD) | ModernGraham.com

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ModernGraham analysis of McDonald's Corporation based on an updated version of Benjamin Graham's requirements for Intelligent Investors.

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How to buy dividend stocks with as little as $10

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New dividend investors with only a few hundred dollars per month to invest had few options before. However, there is one new disruptive force for long-term investors, which is making it easy to start investing in your best dividend blue chips with as little as $10.

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.

Dividend Growth Stocks: September 2013 Pocket Change Portfolio Performance

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The Pocket Change Portfolio (PCP) was first introduced on September 13, 2008 as a real money dividend income portfolio funded by the "pocket change" earned from my various online endeavors. Each month I report on the portfolio's progress and dividends earned. Total dividends received during the month were $1,170.44, consisting of...