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8 Stocks Compounding Shareholders' Wealth With Increased Dividends | Seeking Alpha

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Some goals for building wealth would include putting kids through college, paying off mortgages, helping family members and enjoying a financially worry-free retirement. If you don't have a generous relative or wealthy parents, you will need to devise a plan to help you reach your goals. My plan includes great dividend stocks that increase their dividends each year.

4 Extremely Cheap Stocks That Are Generating Tons of Cash

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Cash generation is the lifeblood of business. Valuation is the key to investing. Here are 4 stocks with free cash flow yields exceeding 24%.

The best dividend stocks for 2015

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Looking forward to which dividend stocks are best positioned to perform well in 2015 based on their valuations.

Performance - Week Ending 10/17/2014

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Before you take the advise of experts, remove their hand from your wallet.

Verizon Communications Inc. Is Focused On Generating Cash And Lowering Debt

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Verizon Communications Inc. is the largest U.S. wireless carrier, Verizon also offers wireline and broadband services primarily in the northeastern U.S. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...


Types of Cash Flow & Cash Flow Calculations Guide

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Each one of the different cash flow metrics gives pertinent insight into the health of an entity. By using the different types of cash flow for investment analysis you will be greatly improving your ability to analyze and compare investment opportunities.


Dividend Growth Stocks: Kimberly-Clark Co. (KMB) Dividend Stock Analysis

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Kimberly Clark Corp. is a global consumer products company producing tissue, personal care and health care products. Its brands include Huggies, Pull-Ups, Kotex, Depend, Kleenex and Scott. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary...

Dividend Growth Stocks: Don't Forget: Buy And Hold Is Not Buy And Forget

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We have all heard it. Mainstream media pundits talking about 'the lost decade' and that 'buy-and-hold as a strategy is dead and gone, if ever it was a viable strategy.' Sorry folks, but I am not buying or holding their position on buy-and-hold. Buy-and-hold is neither dead, gone or even sick, but I will concede - it is misunderstood...