The Art of Dividend Trading
John Dobosz discusses the art of dividend trading. You want to have a value play that can be defined as a stock that is priced cheaply compared to the revenue.
Why Dividends Don't Lie
Stocks that pay dividends have specific repeatable patterns that can be exploited. When the yield is large enough dividend-paying stocks tend to attract buying.
Buy & Hold vs. Market Timing
Mike Larson argues that the debate between buy & hold and market timing is often misplaced. Instead of buy & hold, investors should focus on buy and manage.
Valuations & the Long Bull Cycle
As we move into the late stages of this current (longest ever) bull cycle, we see many sectors with "stretched valuations," points out Zach Jonson.
Kelley Wright & James Stack
What you should know about bear markets
Kelley Wright & JoAnn & Mark Skousen
Portfolios for couples
If ever there were a time when dividend stock strategies should show their worth, this year would surely qualify. Because companies rarely cut their dividends, they should continue to get paid even when the stock market is as volatile (or ugly) as it has been in 2018. So the very same dividend strategies that previously seemed so boring when the broad market was going up should, when the market starts declining, start showing up at the top of the leaderboard. [Read full article]
Investors have been feeling a lot of pain — which means they have two burning questions: Is this the cusp of a prolonged malaise that will send stocks even lower? If so, should I bail out now and move to cash? The answer to both questions is "no." That's the take of stock newsletter gurus I consult at the end of each year for an outlook and favorite stocks. Why should you care what these newsletter writers think? Because they have great records. [Read full article]