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  • 7 Dividend Stocks Building Future Yield With Increased Dividends [View article]
    From a Risk and Technical Analysis. (Price chart) $O is trading very high and the stock's price chart is really sloping to high. So just be warned we are reaching the all time high for the stock. For me new money should wait on $O.
    $KMI is great investment. However, from a risk point of view making a large investment at these prices is not the best investment in my view. I hold both of these. I've sold some of both. And I have a limit order to sell more $O. Thank is my input and view.
    Jan 25, 2015. 12:01 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Realty Income: Why Now Is Not A Good Time To Sell This REIT Nugget [View article]
    We all have to invest bases on our individual needs and strategy. And strategy is very important. I've sold a few shares of $O. 1. Because I need the money to pay taxes. 2. Because over $50 selling is a strategy I've implement. But mostly it is trimming. I would note that Trimming has never worked well for me. Normally after two years or a month the stock is higher.
    Jan 20, 2015. 09:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Equity Preferred Floating Rate Stocks: Added 50 Goldman Sachs Group Preferred Series C At $19.63 [View article]
    good article. But why not just buy $PFF or $PGX and get a diversified good yield and income stream. AS for your GS idea. Hedging against interest rate yields is a risk to be managed, agreed. But Federal reserve could raise rates and LIBOR could go the other way. Thus you'd really be hosed. I've found ETFs to be a much better way to invest in preferred stocks. 1. Dividends can be reinvested. Many preferred stocks don't reinvest. 2. Cost is less because of commissions involved in buying more than one Preferred in your type of account. 3. Yields are good. 4. Payout is monthly. 5. To be safe Preferreds should be bought below par. 6. Just works out better. 7. The exception would be Utility preferred where there is no stock traded. LIke alabama power. 8. Preferred stocks get called.
    Dec 24, 2014. 12:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Most Consistent Risk/Reward Speculation That I Have Ever Found [View article]
    Those that say, " I can't believe SA still lets ..." you are encourage more of these type articles by reading it and commenting on it." Author gets $ for hits.
    Dec 21, 2014. 04:17 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It's New! It's Nifty! It's The Dividend Growth 50! [View article]
    Way to many stocks in my view. With 50 stocks I doubt you'll ever bet the market.
    Dec 21, 2014. 04:12 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It's New! It's Nifty! It's The Dividend Growth 50! [View article]
    Should have stayed into Vanguard. Cheaper.
    Dec 21, 2014. 04:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It's New! It's Nifty! It's The Dividend Growth 50! [View article]
    So while this fund and article are good for discussing Dividend stocks, I really have to point out, 1. Cost of purchases is not good given the small number of shares 2. Just to many stocks for a small amount of money. Without even running the numbers, I'd have to agree that Vanguard Dividend growth would be better.
    At $25K 5 to 6 stocks are the max. So good luck and thanks for the list.
    Dec 21, 2014. 03:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Making Magic: Monthly REIT Dividends [View article]
    My view yield and total Return is what matters. Its not what you make it is what you keep. Thus I continue to invest in $O. Make your own decision but my life experiences says I regret not investing more and more in Dividends and more in $O. However, Or as Nick Saban says there is either "And" or "But. But recommend Averaging into $O.
    Dec 21, 2014. 03:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • NYT Blogger William Cohan Hearts Poor, Abused Goldman Sachs [View article]
    in 1990 he became the firm’s co-head,, L Wrong on Whitehead was co chairman prior to Rubiiiie.
    Dec 13, 2014. 07:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Realty Income Corp. Dividend Stock Analysis [View article]
    I own $O and your article may convince a new investor not to buy $O. And they would be wrong. Now is not the right to invest alot of new money into $O but one can accumulate $O via Wells Fargo Shareowner service and pay no commission to buy.
    Also I looked at the spreadsheet you noted D4L. Referring to the Database tab, stocks listed as never consider. $EEP, $MO, $KMP. I'd say to you I"d never use the D4L database. I'll just leave it there.
    Dec 8, 2014. 07:55 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Retirement Portfolio For Dummies - The Health Care Components [View article]
    alot of data. And process is important. my process says accumulate $ABBV and $JNJ. and a healthcare ETF.
    Nov 30, 2014. 08:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric Must Spin Off GE Capital [View article]
    I guess I thought GE capital was getting spun off as part of Synchrony. And GE shareholders were going to receive shares of Synchrony in 2015. HUM? I guess I"m a little confused. Need to go do some Homework.
    Nov 27, 2014. 07:56 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The New Nifty Fifty, Part 2: Dividend Growth Investing's Greatest Hits [View article]
    help me out but Amazon does it pay a dividend.
    Oct 26, 2014. 12:58 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 6 Stocks That Deliver At Least A 12% Raise Each Year [View article]
    I'd add $AAPL to your list.
    Oct 26, 2014. 12:46 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why I Trimmed My Position In Altria [View article]
    My View selling $MO is bad idea. Just so you know. I thinking Selling $ABBV is a bad idea that I did last week.
    Oct 26, 2014. 12:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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