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Articles featuring Mcdonalds (MCD):

Top Holdings Of Dividend ETFs (Part 1: The Top 50)

From time to time, I compile a virtual portfolio of the top holdings of Dividend ETFs. I find the exercise insightful and certainly worth the effort. Comparing my portfolio to the virtual portfolio is informative, as it helps me to identify candidate stocks for analysis and possible investment. Below, I'll provide a brief summary of the methodology. For a detailed description, please refer to previous editions in this series: Top Holdings of Dividend ETFs (June 2018 Edition) Top... Read more

The Impact Of Dividend Increases Through September Of 2018

When talking about dividend increases, this is us talking about dividend investing, at its finest! Given another quarter-end had recently passed, I wanted to reflect on what occurred over the last 9 months. I do not mean just any old reflection, but I am going to be specifically talking about dividend increases and their impact on my portfolio this year. Tax reform has been rewarding, as companies have been sending portions of the cost savings to their shareholders. Why dividend increases... Read more

Road To Financial Independence: Growing Dividends, Endless Opportunities But Limited Capital

October was another really intense month as ongoing trade woes, a hawkish interest rate environment and purely black-and-white earnings season mixed a toxic cocktail for most of the stocks. At times with the markets slipping into 10% correction mode the selling into the close was extreme and signaled potentially panic reactions the next day. However, what happened was that mostly every dip was bought on the way down and once markets bottomed out an almost 3% rally followed. (Source: Hedgeye... Read more

How To Retire With Safe And Quality High Yields

This research report was produced by The REIT Forum with assistance from Big Dog Investments. If you want to retire, you are going to need passive income. There are a few ways to tackle that challenge, but some are better than others. Investors who fail to tackle the income issue effectively end up with a less desirable retirement. The least desirable form of retirement is the one where the retiree continues to work full time. That's not retirement. That is the opposite... Read more

European Malls At A 30% Discount And A 7% Yield

Please note: This article was first released to High Yield Landlord members 1 month ago, so data may be out of date. Please check latest data before making investment decisions. All amounts below are in Euro. Assuming we were offered two identical mall REITs at the same price with one distinction: The first one owns malls in the USA. The second one owns malls in Developed European countries. Which one would we pick in 2018? Europe. And the reason is quite simple: its mall market is... Read more

Baby DivHut Dividend Income Portfolio Update Q3 2018

With nine months of the year already behind us, it is time for me to highlight baby DivHut's quarterly dividend income/portfolio progress. Generally speaking, there is not much change in his portfolio on a month-to-month basis as fresh capital is not always available to make trades for him. Still, with dividend reinvestments, stock spin-offs and a small buy I made, his portfolio continued to grow in size from last quarter. Of course, the aim of his portfolio is not necessarily to achieve... Read more

Difficulty In Waiting For The Dividend Increase

Each and every month, Bert writes about the expected dividend increases, each and every month. I love those articles, as it completely HYPES me up for what's to come. However, as a dividend investor who reviews and watches the stock market, it is extremely… difficult. Yes, difficult! I am in this mode that I want to let everyone know what I go through during the month where I expect dividend increases to see if you feel the same or to see what you do to help "ease" the... Read more

2018 Third Quarter Review - Buying Dividend Growth Stocks Without Looking

In 2015, I did what many professional fund managers will do - I just bought enough of 'em to skim or replicate an index. Now a mutual fund manager will charge some high fees for that skimming effort, I simply wanted to create the potential of greater outperformance through a market correction. Here's my original article on Buying Dividend Growth Stocks Without Looking. The 15 companies that I hold are 3M (MMM), PepsiCo (PEP), CVS Health Corporation (CVS), Walmart (WMT), Johnson... Read more

Can A Dividend Growth Portfolio Beat Index Funds?

If Dividend Growth Investing can beat Index investing, where is the portfolio that shows this? In the various debates about whether or not Dividend Growth Investing is a viable strategy and how it stacks up to Index Investing, one question is often raised by proponents of Index Investing. And that question is, where are all the DG portfolios that beat Index Investing? While the answer is complex, it is a fair question. I know with my own portfolio ( here is the latest update) is not... Read more

My K.I.S.S. Dividend Growth Portfolio: 3rd Quarter 2018 Update

Ummm, well, I guess don’t have much in the way of interesting or insightful introductory thoughts for this portfolio update. My portfolio just keeps chugging along producing more and more dividends. So let’s just proceed with the data. First, if you wish to review my previous quarterly updates, you can find them here: My K.I.S.S. Dividend Portfolio: 3rd Quarter 2017 Update My K.I.S.S. Dividend Portfolio: 4th Quarter 2017 Update My K.I.S.S. Dividend Portfolio: 1st Quarter... Read more

Pit Bull: Lessons from Wall Street's Champion Trader

Welcome to the world of Martin "Buzzy" Schwartz, Champion Trader – the man whose nerves of steel and killer instinct in the canyons of Wall Street earned him the well-deserved name "Pit Bull". This is the true story of how Schwartz became the best of the best, of the people and places he discovered along the way and of the trader's tricks and techniques he used to make his millions.
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