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  • How Will the Market React to the Quake? [View article]
    I believe that mostly national (Japan) stocks will benefit from the earthquake. Here is a sheet of 10 Japan stocks that could benefit from the destruction of the latest earthquake and tsunami:

    t.co/hnTDy3u

    Most of the stocks are from the construction and building materials industry.
    Mar 13, 2011. 05:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 22 High-Yield Large-Cap Stocks With PE/G Ratio Less Than 1.5 [View article]
    Great Ideas. I like all companies you have introduced. Some stocks grow faster other have significant problems. I think about KMB, PG, ABT and AVP. I am no insider, so I can’t give you any statements to the economic situation. Maybe this could be a temporary problem.
    If you are a cyclical investor, it could make sense to regard stocks offside the Dividend Champions list of JIN. I found a table of large capitalized stocks that have a market capitalization of more than USD 10 billion and an expected earnings growth of at least 20 percent for the next year but have a price to earnings ratio of less than 20 and a price to sales ratios of less than 2. Here is the table:

    t.co/JBFH6x0

    From that perspective, you find more basic material stocks as well as companies from the financial sector.
    Feb 4, 2011. 02:41 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Altria: Smoking Dividend, Stubby Growth [View article]
    Here is a sheet of 7 cigarettes manufacturer with highest dividend yield. The whole industry has a total market capitalization of USD 265 billion and an average dividend yield of 4.2 percent.

    long-term-investments....

    The average dividend-yield of my list amounts to 5.31 percent while the average P/E ratio is 16.61. Price to sales ratio is 2.07 and price to book ratio 33.74.
    Feb 4, 2011. 05:33 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 21 Dividend Stocks That Pay 5% Annually and Have Grown Over 50% in Last 11 Years [View article]
    I have a better idea. Why not investing in growth utilities? I researched 9 high yielding utilities with a 10 year growth rate of more than 10 percent. Here are the results:

    long-term-investments....

    The average price earnings ratio is 16.29 and the dividend yield amounts to 4.75 percent in average. Price to sales ratio is 1.27 and price to book ratio 1.78.
    Feb 3, 2011. 07:03 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • John Paulson's Long-Term Stock Picks [View article]
    Thomas Boone Pickens has a similar investment style. He was well-known as takeover operator and corporate raider especially within the 1980s. His main wealth came from the Oil&Gas sector. With an estimated net worth of approximately USD 1.1 billion; Pickens is one of the 880 richest persons in the world. His funds were valued at USD 279.28 million. Here is his portfolio overview:

    long-term-investments....

    Roughly 92 percent of his money is invested in oil and gas. 1.9 percent in basic materials.
    Feb 2, 2011. 04:35 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is There Still Value in the Big 3 American Oil Companies? [View article]
    Here is an interesting sheet of 12 oil and gas companies with some fundamentals to compare:

    long-term-investments....

    The average dividend-yield amounts to 4.43 percent while the average P/E ratio is 12.73. Return on equity is 10.5 percent in average and net profit margin 6.89 percent.
    Feb 2, 2011. 04:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Abbott and Johnson & Johnson: 2 Dividend Aristocrats for Long-Term Gains [View article]
    Here is an interesting sheet of JNJ and ABT and 8 additional competitors within the drug manufacturing industry:

    long-term-investments....

    The average dividend-yield amounts to 4.26 percent while the average P/E ratio is 11.91. Return on investment is 16.40 percent in average and net profit margin finally 22.36 percent. I think JNJ and ABT are the best drug stocks because of its low cyclic business. What I can't measure up for both is the impact of declining drug sales due to the decay of patents.
    Feb 1, 2011. 04:36 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Best in Breed Dividend Stocks: Core Holdings for the Long-Term Investor [View article]
    Here are some more core holdings for the Long-Term Investors:

    long-term-investments....

    The average P/E ratio of this stock list is 16.58 and the average dividend yield amounts to 3.12 percent. Roughly 44 percent of the earnings per share were paid out. Price to book ratio is 9.41 and price to sales ratio 1.87. In average, all 25 stocks had a return on equity of 33 percent.
    Jan 30, 2011. 02:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 28 Dividend Stocks Acting Like a Money Machine [View article]
    Fine work! Here is an additional sheet about high yield stocks with Ex-Div. Date as of February 2011:

    t.co/hMKcRm0

    The average yield amounts to 5.71 percent.
    Jan 30, 2011. 02:14 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 17 Rallying Stocks Raising Dividends [View article]
    Here is an interesting sheet of stocks with the fastest dividend growth compared to the previous dividend declaration as of January 2011.

    t.co/MlnFjXl

    The average dividend-yield amounts to 3.73 percent and the average dividend growth is 13.98 percent.

    @MktNeutral: If you are looking for high yields abroad: Take a look at this sheet:

    long-term-investments....

    There are 25 best yielding foreign stocks. TKC yields only at 3.7 percent. If you ask me, I would buy TEF stocks. TEF has a good business in Latin America.
    Jan 28, 2011. 02:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 7 Stocks Going Ex-Dividend First Week of February [View article]
    Here is a current stock list of dividend stocks paying forthcoming dividends and having ex-dividend within the week January 31, 2011 – February 06, 2011.

    t.co/StyxKZO

    The average dividend-yield amounts to 3.04 percent.
    Jan 27, 2011. 07:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Four Undervalued Chinese Stocks: Buy at Your Own Risk [View article]
    Here is a sheet of 15 high yielding foreign ADRs that have their base country in China and Hong-Kong and pay highest dividend yields. In total, 253 China and Hong-Kong stocks are listed on America’s stock exchanges.

    t.co/sQg0ElC

    The average P/E ratio amounts to 18.34 while the average dividend yield amounts to 3.65 percent. Price to book ratio is 1.83 and price to sales ratio 2.21. The average operating margin amounts to 19.1 percent.
    Jan 27, 2011. 06:19 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 20 High Yield, Highly Profitable Stocks [View article]
    Here is an additional sheet of 11 high margin stocks with an operating margin of more than 40 percent.

    long-term-investments....

    The average dividend-yield amounts to 3.50 percent while the average P/E ratio is 20.79. Over the past ten years, stocks from the sheet grew with 15.45 percent in revenues and 18.25 percent in earnings per share yearly.
    Jan 27, 2011. 06:15 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Banks: Big Bang or Big Bust? [View article]
    Here is an interesting sheet of the 13 biggest players within the money center banks industry with some fundamentals to compare:

    t.co/yXqDSsw

    All stocks have a market capitalization of more than USD 30 billion.
    The average P/E ratio is 13.22 while the average dividend yield amounts to 2.52 percent. Price to book ratio is 1.56 and price to sales ratio 2.00. The average operating margin amounts to 20.75 percent.
    Jan 27, 2011. 06:12 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Five Potential 100% Gainers [View article]
    I believe that cheap growth stocks could double too. Here is a sheet of America’s cheapest Large Caps that have the highest expected growth for fiscal 2011.

    t.co/JBFH6x0

    Stocks from the sheet have a market capitalization of more than USD 10 billion and an expected earnings growth of at least 20 percent for the next year but have a price to earnings ratio of less than 20 and a price to sales ratios of less than 2.
    Jan 26, 2011. 05:44 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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