January 2016 Stock Considerations

With January 2016 right around the corner it’s time, once again, to lay out potential stock investments for my dividend income portfolios. I really enjoy writing these posts as it gives me a pretty clear road map for stock selection. I have to say, that I follow these “stock considerations” posts pretty closely so there … Read more

Why Archer-Daniels-Midland Is a Buy

(or Archer-Daniels-Midland Dividend Stock Analysis, if the above title is too strong)   This is a guest post written by Ben Reynolds at Sure Dividend. Sure Dividend helps individual investors built portfolios of high quality dividend growth stocks trading at fair or better prices.   DivHut purchased Archer-Daniels-Midland (ADM) stock this month for his taxable … Read more

December 2015 Stock Considerations

The final ‘stock considerations’ of post of 2015 is finally at hand. At the beginning of the year it’s sometimes hard to imagine what the next twelve months will have in store for us as we outline our dividend income goals, future buys and more. What is certain is that no one can accurately predict … Read more

November 2015 Stock Considerations

With almost all of October in the rear view mirror it’s time, once again, to look forward towards the next month of potential stock buys. October has seen the market rebound quite nicely on almost all fronts as beaten down industrial names, energy and even many consumer staples gained significant ground in just a matter … Read more

How To Invest In Declining Stocks

The following is a sponsored blog post:   While the market has seen an impressive performance over the past several years, times are changing. The bottom line is that for the past few months, we’ve seen more declines than gains; which is really starting to become concerning to investors. As a financial professional, my friends … Read more

September 2015 Stock Considerations

What a wild ride August has put us through. The month has shown us that no place was safe to hide as the Dow, S&P, NASDAQ and practically all commodities swooned violently and recovered somewhat before closing out on the 31st. The seeming financial contagion has seen its roots take hold across Asia as China’s … Read more