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My entire career has been spent in industry within the finance and accounting realm. My career started in 1985 and has included exposure to implementing SFASs
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  • ConocoPhillips Co. (COP) Dividend Stock Analysis

    Linked here is a detailed quantitative analysis of ConocoPhillips Co. (NYSE:COP). Below are some highlights from the above linked analysis:

    Company Description: ConocoPhillips Co. is one of the largest independent oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) companies in the world. The company spun off its downstream assets in May 2012.

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    Tags: COP, BP, CVX, XOM
    Mar 26 8:26 AM | Link | Comment!
  • Genuine Parts Company (GPC) Dividend Stock Analysis

    Linked here is a detailed quantitative analysis of Genuine Parts Company (NYSE:GPC). Below are some highlights from the above linked analysis:

    Company Description: Genuine Parts Co. is a leading wholesale distributor of automotive replacement parts, industrial parts and supplies, and office products.

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    Tags: GPC, AAP, AZO, GWW
    Mar 25 5:49 AM | Link | Comment!
  • Investing In Dividend Growth Stocks Is Very Similar To Growing Hardwoods

    In the southern U.S. where I live, there has been some controversy over harvesting forests of hardwoods and reseeding them with pines. Valuable hardwood trees such as white and red oaks, cherry, ash, yellow poplar and black walnut require decades to reach financial maturity. The southern pine reaches financial maturity in a fraction of the time, but will not bring the same price as hardwoods. Growing hardwoods is very similar to investing in dividend growth stocks.

    What you plant or invest in today will not yield much for years to come. That is not to say progress is not seen. It is just slow and deliberate. To grow hardwoods it takes great foresight and commitment to the process. The small investments we make in quality dividend growth stocks each month won't provide large payments in the near-term. It will take time for the payments to grow and compound, but they will.

    Consider what these six "hardwood" dividend growth stocks have done over the last 10 years, assuming a buy at 2005's high...

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    Tags: LOW, CBRL, TGT, IBM, LMT
    Mar 24 7:36 AM | Link | Comment!
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