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Things could actually be turning optimistic for the market and it’s looking like this could be more than just a bounce back from the overdone December lows. There is still risk out there. But a catalyst may be emerging for strong upside with optimism...
The market isn’t spiraling downwards anymore. It’s actually looking healthy again. The next stages of this market should be ideal for dividend payers and the relative return of dividend stocks in the upcoming quarters and years could be the best in a long Only...
Congrats to the Top Picks of 2017
Investors found a lot of extra gains in their 2017 stockings—all year long. Including dividends, the broad market gains were Dow Jones Industrial Average: 30.20%, S&P 500: 23.34% and the Nasdaq: 30.04%.
While those returns were stellar, our surpassed...
This global beverage company beat estimates by nine cents last quarter, and eight analysts have increased their forward estimates in the past month. The shares have a current dividend yield of 2.75%, paid quarterly.
PepsiCo (PEP) from The DRIP Investor
PepsiCo (PEP) announced third-quarter profits and...
While none of us claim to be market predictors, we’ve all been investing for many years, and have lived—and profited—through lots of market cycles. Consequently, we’ve learned that money can be made in good and bad markets, and most certainly, during periods of volatility.
Every year at this time, investment gurus debate the old adage, “Sell in May and Go Away.” The strategy says avoid summer volatility in the markets by selling your stocks in May, and then return to the markets in November.
Indeed, as our contributor Hirsch,...
If you watched my Stock Market Crash Course video on Friday, you know that we’re in for more volatility this summer. Volatile markets are stressful for many investors, who don’t like seeing their stocks bob up and down indecisively. Not to mention that lack...