The following is a sponsored post: World Fuel Services is a great dividend paying stock. They are a leading global fuel services company principally engaged in fuel distribution to airports & airlines, retail fuel stations, seaborne shipping companies, NATO, & U.S. & foreign governments. They have some others, but these are currently their core businesses. … Read more World Fuel Services: A Dividend Stock With Higher Growth Than Apple?
The following is a sponsored blog post: When it comes to e-commerce, none can quite compare to the size and respect of Amazon. From being a simple online book retailer to a massive marketplace and Internet solutions company. Indeed, as many other companies have come and gone and investors have jumped on numerous trends, Amazon’s … Read more Why you Should buy Amazon Stock
Almost three years ago I wrote a post titled, “Why I Love Stock Spin Offs.” I essentially discussed the typical “unlocked” values stock spin offs can provide for both the parent and offspring stock once the separation occurred. In general, many stock spin offs do offer great value and benefits to shareholders as the newly … Read more Stock Spin Offs With No Yield
This is a guest post by Passive Income Dude Ah, Realty Income. The dividend stalwart that all dividend investors love. The company with 23 consecutive years of higher dividends. The safe haven that money flocks to when markets are volatile. The company that trademarked the slogan “The Monthly Dividend Company.” The company that has paid … Read more Realty Income (O)… Is It Overvalued?
When analyzing stocks we are constantly searching for new and innovative ways to gather information and gain insight into a potential buy. Typically, we scour through dozens of income statements and balance sheets while looking at historical charts and graphs all in an effort to make sense of the data collected. Wouldn’t it be nice … Read more Introducing A New Visual Way To Invest
Catching a Falling Knife – Buying Stock When Everyone Else Is Selling Traditionally, the thinking is that dividend growth investing is a relatively safe endeavor as we proudly invest, most of the time, in mature companies that have a long track record of rising revenues and rising dividends. But even the safest investments can … Read more Is It Wise To Buy Stock After A Catastrophic Event?