CEO of Sysco Corp (NYSE:SYY) William J Delaney Iii sold 400,000 shares of SYY on 09/19/2017 at an average price of $53.91 a share. The total sale was $21.6 million.
Sysco Corp is in the business of food distribution. Its primary business involves the distribution of food and related products to the foodservice or food-away-from-home industry. Sysco Corp has a market cap of $28.71 billion;....More>>>
Industrial conglomerate General Electric (GE, $23.19 as of Oct. 18) stunned income investors in 2009, in the wake of the financial crisis and bear market, with a then-unthinkable cut to its longstanding dividend. But after years of trying to regain Wall Streets trust by rebuilding its payout to shareholders, fears of another reduction are mounting just as the company prepares to release its latest....More>>>
Our Buyback Premium Portfolio is beating the S&P 500 by more than 97% since its inception in August of 2000; this portfolio is up 153.50% since inception vs. a gain of 55.69% in the S&P 500 over the same time frame, explains David Fried, editor of The Buyback Letter.
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Rambus Inc. (RMBS) designs, develops, and licenses cutting-edge chip interface technologies....More>>>
Illinois Tool Works (NYSE:ITW) has a strong management team and a history of growth that makes it a smart buy. It offers a dividend similar to the 10 year treasury and a buyback program making it a possible retirement stock.
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Illinois Tool operates a diverse industrial business with seven segments. These range from automotive and welding products to construction....More>>>
Industrial stocks, materials stocks and stocks of companies that work on major infrastructure projects have also been on a tear since the U.S. election, observes Chloe Lutts Jensen, editor of Cabot Dividend Investor.
Donald Trump has cleared the way for two major oil pipelines, promised to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and reiterated his pledge to reduce environmental regulation....More>>>
As a wealth manager, I sometimes encounter clients who operate under the assumption that portfolio principal should never be touched for the purposes of supplementing their lifestyle. That is, they are hard-wired to believe that only portfolio income, such as dividends and interest—and never their principal — is available. I strongly disagree with this....More>>>
Given the uncertainty surrounding Trump trade, investors are once again in search of consistent income backed by growth aspects. In such a scenario, nothing is perhaps better than dividend growth stocks for an investor.
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Dividend growth stocks offer the best of both worlds — potential for capital appreciation and rising....More>>>
The venerable Merck (NYSE:MRK) has turned into a hot mega-cap stock again, at least hot for a non-Internet stock, on the back of its immuno-oncology drug Keytruda. Here’s a look at MRK’s movement – up almost 70%, plus dividends, in five years:
MRK data by YCharts
This article explains my indifference to going long MRK shares. Given that MRK....More>>>
Singapore's largest property developer, CapitaLand (OTCPK:CLLDY) (CATL.SI) had a pretty good 2017. Helped by improving conditions in Singapore and China, not to mention significant project openings, CapitaLand's local shares climbed 20% and the ADRs did even better.
In Lahore and Karachi, American flags were burned in front of TV cameras after President Trump’s decision on Jan. 4 to withhold $2 billion of security aid from Pakistan to punish it for allegedly harboring terrorists. The country’s government issued angry statements claiming no ins
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