In part 1 of this two-part series on dividend growth stocks, I stressed the importance of having a plan.
A common mistake that investors make regarding dividend portfolio construction is not having a well-thought-out plan.
I am on record of often pointing out that it is a market of stocks and not a stock market.
One of the most common complaints I hear from investors is that their advisors or brokers like to tell them when to buy a stock, but never tell them when to sell.
In part 1 I covered a model portfolio that was built on August 24, 2021, with the primary objective of generating a higher level of current income safely.
Starting in 2012, it became more and more difficult for prudent dividend growth stock investors looking for income.
Why everyone should invest this way. With this video, I have revisited previous videos going back as far as July 2017.
Subscribers have requested that I cover 5 dividend stocks with yields ranging from 2.5% to 9.5%.
Global Payments Inc. (GPN) has produced incredibly consistent growth since it was spun off in 2001.
In February of this year, I posted a subscriber request video titled: “5 Premier Dividend Growth Stocks With A Margin Of Safety.”
S&P 500 Introduction 2022 has been a bad year price-wise for the stock market as measured by the S&P 500. However, I contend that is not enough to simply know that the market is down, it is even more important to know why.
Medical Properties Trust (MPW) claims to be the second largest nongovernmental owner of hospitals in the world.
Cannabis stock Innovative Industrial Properties Inc. (IIPR) claims to be “the leading provider of real estate capital for the regulated cannabis industry.”
After enjoying a long-running bull stock market, the recent drop in stock prices is causing investor angst.
When it comes to investing in stocks, I believe that intelligent investing implies investing for specific objectives or needs.
FedEx (FDX) preannounced an earnings shortfall and the stock price is down more than 20%.
The S&P 500 is a popular proxy to represent the state of the stock market.
Value investing is all about finding bargains that meet your investment goals and provide a margin of safety long-term. HP Inc (HPQ) and Hewlett-Packard Enterprises (HPE) represent two dividend growth stocks with uncanny similarities regarding valuation and yield.
We get a lot of questions about what we call Normal P/E Ratio on a FAST Graph.
3M (MMM) is currently facing many challenges; however, I believe management is up to the challenges.
Investing is a numbers game, and at the beginning it can be very daunting.
In this analyze out loud video, Chuck Carnevale, co-founder of FAST Graphs offers a by-the-numbers review of Magna International Inc. (MGA).
Comcast (CMCSA) is a Dividend Contender with 15 consecutive years of raising its dividend.
Growth stocks can be very powerful long-term investments.
If you are looking for safety when buying stocks, consider stocks with strong balance sheets, and GOOGL has one.
This video reviews 5 investment grade dividend paying growth stocks that appear attractively valued in the industrial sector.
Warren Buffett once famously suggested that investors should be “greedy when others are fearful and fearful when others are greedy.”
In this video I will cover 4 dividend growth stocks: Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA), Intel Corp (INTC), International Business Machines (IBM) and AT&T Inc (T).
As I said so many times, although you can learn a great deal from the past, you can only invest for the future.
Throughout the duration of the recent bull market (one of the longest on record) common stocks in the general sense became significantly overvalued.
This bear market we currently find us in is bringing tremendous opportunity.
Bear Market As a card-carrying self-appointed value investor, I relish a bear market and quite frankly recessions. To the astute and disciplined value investor, bear markets bring opportunity, and more to the point, safety. In this video, I will illustrate why I feel this way and why I believe you should as well.
As an old saying states that statistics do not lie, but statisticians are darn liars.
The Federal Reserve is trying to fight inflation by raising interest rates.
In this video I cover 20 stocks requested by subscribers.
I often say that it is a market of stocks and not a stock market.
Since the recession of 2008 in 2009, financial stocks in general have been trading at significantly lower valuations than normal.
Most investors take their cue from stock price volatility.
Welcome to another subscriber request where I will cover 42 stocks.
I believe one of the most dangerous behaviors is the willingness to invest in highly overvalued stocks.
Value investors love recessions because they intelligently recognize that recessions bring opportunity.
It would be an understatement to say that the stock market has been volatile recently.
Although you can learn a great deal from studying the past, you can only invest in the future.
Stocks that do not pay a dividend are often thought of as growth stocks.
Dividend Growth Stocks Dividend growth stocks are one of the more favored classes of stocks that investors want to hear about.
For one of the few times in history investors can invest in Starbucks stock (SBUX) on sale.
Stocks come in all sizes, shapes, and flavors. Nothing could illustrate that better than the 31 stocks you asked to see last week.
In this video you will see dividend growth stocks, some that remain overvalued, some that have become undervalued and everything in between.
Stanley Black & Decker has increased their dividend for 54 consecutive years making it a Dividend Aristocrat, Dividend Champion and a Dividend King.
Even though Netflix (NFLX) stock is down approximately 35% today, I contend the company is still too expensive to invest in.