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Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

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Dividend Champions Analysis: A Lot Of Banks With Over 3% Yields

Overview In this article I present an analysis of a modified list of the Dividend Champions. I analyze all stocks in the list except the Dividend Kings. I track these companies separately due to their long-term success in growing dividends. You can read my recent analysis update on the Dividend Kings. I discuss the top performing stocks in my ranking stocks in my model. Note that my model tends to have more of a momentum tilt based on trailing earnings and dividend growth but does consider... Read more

Costco's Special Dividend Could Be $12 Per Share

To be sure, investors in Costco probably aren’t buying the shares for the yield at present. With the shares up more than 40% this year, shareholders probably think of the dividend as icing on the cake. In the last two years, the only thing that has put a hiccup in Costco’s climb have been corrections in the market. The shares aren’t exactly cheap, and on the surface the stock’s valuation could be a roadblock for some. That being said, Costco has a much higher hidden yield waiting to be... Read more

My Dividend Growth Portfolio: Q3 2019 Summary

Introduction It's time to summarize another quarter. The last quarter was again volatile. July saw the indices rising up only to go down in August, and September ended roughly at the same point where it started. Year to date the S&P 500 is up 18.5%, and my portfolio showed gains consistent with the broader market. While the third quarter didn’t contribute much, we cannot complain over such significant gains. While it's not my ultimate benchmark, I still compare my performance to the... Read more

My K.I.S.S. Dividend Growth Portfolio: 3rd Quarter 2019 Update

Since my last KISS portfolio update in early August, it’s been a weak two months for the market. Over that time, it’s been down almost 2%. But the KISS portfolio is actually up during that time. I’ll discuss the details later on in the article, but this is another demonstration of how DGI portfolios tend to outperform during down markets. As my regular readers know one of my primary goals is to keep things simple. By keeping my investment plan simple I think it’s easier for me to carry it... Read more

The Most Undervalued And Overvalued Dividend Aristocrats - October 2019

I believe that anybody looking to invest in stocks must pay attention to the quality of the stocks and the valuation. A poor-quality stock should never be bought, and you shouldn’t pay too much for any stock, even a good quality one. There are many ways to define quality, but for me the simplest way is based on the company’s dividend history. In my opinion, and remember, I like to keep things simple, any company that is a Dividend Aristocrat or a Dividend Champion is a quality company.... Read more

Sysco Corporation: 50 Consecutive Years of Dividend Hikes (& Counting)

Sysco Corporation Has Traits of the Best Dividend Stocks Some people say the best things come in small packages. Those people never worked in business. In capitalism, the biggest, meanest firms usually win. Raw size allows you to push around suppliers, undercut rivals on price, and muscle out the competition for shelf space. For those reasons, the biggest firms in each industry often earn the largest profit margins and generate the best investment returns. So it should come as no... Read more

My Dividend Growth Rates

I hold a basket of Canadian dividend payers and US dividend payers. Here's a primer on my Canadian holdings; I like to call them the Canadian Wide Moat 7. They are all in a unique oligopoly situation. That said, investors might be wise to broaden their wide moat horizons and add more companies from the banking, telco, pipeline, grocers and utilities space. I had a look at that with this article that would take the portfolio up to 15 holdings. For other ideas I certainly like the... Read more

Checking In On Our Dividend Growth Portfolios In 2019

As I outlined in this article, the Canadian markets recently hit a new high. And US markets continue to have a very robust 2019 after that lackluster 2018. Even US stocks are flirting with all-time highs, again. From Seeking Alpha here's a price chart for the S&P 500 with 5 year time horizon. And certainly our personal portfolios have gone a long for the nice ride. As they say, a rising tide lifts all boats. Well your boat will go along for the ride if you own the market or... Read more

A Dividend Growth Analysis Of The Dividend Champions

Overview In this article I present my first analysis of the Dividend Champions. The Dividend Champions are U.S. stocks that have grown their dividend for 25+ years in a row. This is a fairly select list as only 107 companies have successfully done so. This is out of the over 4,000 companies listed on stock exchanges at the end of 2018. These companies have survived periods of inflation, stock market crashes, global crisis and deep recessions. They may not have grown revenue and earnings per... Read more

How To Retire: Eat Dividends For Breakfast

How to retire? One of the most pressing issues of the day. Countless readers turn to Seeking Alpha to handle the challenges that face retirees today. Retirees must know: How to plan their cash flows. How to build a steady portfolio. What levels of expectations are sensible. It is painful to hear from retirees who state they “NEED” a 14% return each year. Even with risky investments, sustaining 14% annually is an insanely aggressive plan. It certainly wouldn’t be likely to come in a steady... Read more

The Warren Buffett Stock Portfolio: Warren Buffett Stock Picks: Why and When He Is Investing in Them

Bestselling authors Mary Buffett and David Clark examine seventeen companies that Warren Buffett has bought for himself and for his holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, as durable investments and explain why these companies are once again selling at prices that offer great long-term growth prospects. Warren Buffett has always believed that the time to buy stocks is when nobody else wants them.
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