3 High Yield Securities For Income Investors To Consider Now

The following is a guest blog post from SureDividend: With interest rates back on the decline, income investors are in a challenging position. Investors can turn to high-yield dividend stocks to gain higher levels of income. Three high yield securities that look particularly appealing for income investors today are Energy Transfer (ET), Tanger Factory Outlets … Read more

August 2019 Stock Considerations

After a pretty strong July it looks like panic is setting in as we start August. No worries… as dividend growth investors we can’t focus on the near term as daily, weekly and monthly price fluctuations and sentiment is nearly impossible to gauge. All we can do is look for solid companies with good fundamentals … Read more

CBD Stocks: Are They Worth Chasing?

The following is a guest blog post: As numerous US states legalize recreational marijuana, cannabis-related product sales have skyrocketed. Another niche within the cannabis industry that is performing incredibly well is that of cannabidiol (CBD). CBD may be performing well at the moment, but are CBD stocks worth chasing? In this article, we will discuss … Read more

Ever Wonder How Financial Advisors Research The Products And Services They Offer?

The following is a guest blog post: Financial advisors and wealth management professionals research the instruments they entrust to grow and protect their clients’ funds so that their clients don’t have to. This much is clear. What’s less clear to many wealth management clients, particularly those seeking financial professionals’ services for the first time, is … Read more

May 2019 Stock Considerations

New month… new stock considerations? Well, I guess if you call picking the same stocks for the last four or five months as new then, yes… these are my “new” stock considerations. Ever since going the DGI route I don’t recall considering the same four or five stocks for several months in a row but … Read more

Aflac: Japan’s Largest Cancer Insurer

The following is a guest blog post: Until recently, cancer was a taboo word in Japan. In 1987 Emperor Hirohito underwent surgery for internal hemorrhaging due to a cancerous small intestine. Japanese officials stoutly denied there were any signs of cancer, though to the Japanese public the writing was on the wall. It was common … Read more