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Top 10 Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2019

There was a lot to like in EOG Resources Inc.’s (NYSE:EOG) third quarter report on both the financial and operational front. Higher natural gas prices and relatively flat crude prices q-o-q helped increase EOG Resources Inc.’s net operating cash flow streams from $503 million in Q2 to $760 million in Q3. That implies an annualized run rate of just over $3 billion in cash flow and implies....More>>>

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The education of new investors often follows a similar path…   New investors get interested in the stock market. They think it's just a matter of time before they find some small, unheard-of company that will grow 100 times over, making them rich.   Before long, the investor realizes that investing in small companies is harder than it looks.   Yes, occasionally a tiny stock....More>>>

Top 5 Dividend Stocks To Watch For 2019

Ian’s Million Fund “IMF” is a real-money portfolio that I’ve written about monthly since January 2016 here at Seeking Alpha. The portfolio is a largely buy-and-hold group of ~100 stocks. Each month, I buy 10-25 of the most compelling stocks available at then-current prices, deploying $1,000 of my capital plus accumulated dividends. If things go according to plan, this portfolio,....More>>>

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Synnex Corp (NYSE:SNX) files its latest 10-K with SEC for the fiscal year ended on November 30, 2017. Synnex Corp is a business process services company, providing a comprehensive range of distribution, logistics and integration services. The Company operates in two segments: Technology Solutions and Concentrix. Synnex Corp has a market cap of $4.88 billion; its shares were traded at around $122.17....More>>>

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If company has been not only paying, but raising, dividends for 25 years straight, then it earns the coveted title of one of the “dividend aristocrats.” The reason for this title may not be apparent at first, but when you realize just how difficult it is for company to not only pay a dividend, and to maintain that dividend, but to generate so much free cash flow every year that it is....More>>>

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Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, Briggs & Stratton Corporation (BGG), Belden Inc. (BDC) and Goldcorp Inc. (USA) (GG) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective upcoming dividends on 3/14/17.

Briggs & Stratton will pay its quarterly dividend of 14 cents per share on 4/3/17, Belden will pay its quarterly dividend of 5 cents per share on 4/5/17, and....More>>>

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5 Ways the New ACA Rules Will Change Health Insurance Sales

Dave Dillon, a health insurance actuary who did a good job a year ago predicting what the 2017 individual health insurance market would be like, now says he has too little information about federal....More>>>

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The stock markets gains may have you dancing a jig. But they may also have you breaking into a sweat. To ease your anxiety, you might consider adding a small dose of alternative investmentsthings that zig when the stock market zagsto your portfolio, even if it means giving up some potential returns. As exciting as the stock market is today, says Dayna Kleinman, of financial services firm Robert....More>>>

Hot Dividend Stocks To Own For 2018

Along with its second-quarter results, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) announced an increase to its quarterly dividend, which extends Apple’s growing dividend history and fortifies the stock’s attractiveness as a dividend investment. Further, Apple’s business looks poised to easily support ongoing increases for years to come.

Here’s a look at Apple’s most recent move —....More>>>

Top 10 Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2018

The word “growth” is the central word in the phrase Dividend Growth Investing, yet DGI often gets a bad rap as a stodgy method of saving for retirement. I think this misperception arises from the fact that some proponents of the strategy (who may be more focused on income than returns) require a certain minimum yield threshold for their investments. This, in turn, screens many of the....More>>>