As Christmas is approaching, the sounds of the music rings in that the year is almost over. I am still sitting on a sizable cash position that I am looking to deploy into an undervalued dividend stock – the one with the right metrics, that shows undervaluation, is performing better than the past, etc. Furthermore, there are investors who have capital built up, including myself, and I never like to let cash sit idle. Given this, I am constantly trying to find the right company, to invest my money, to gain value and build a dividend income stream. In my attempt to find a consumer-based company, one that will generate significant volume and revenue when economic times are good and bad, I turned to an iconic branded company. This iconic branded company has been around for 130+ years and is also coined as one of the, “Dividend Aristocrats”, having increased their dividend for 25+ years. In fact, this iconic company has delivered a streak of 55+ years of increasing their dividend. Yes, I am talking about The Coca-Cola Company (KO).
The following is a guest post from one of our friends, discussing a topic that we haven’t written about too frequently on our website. Sure, we screen stocks to identify undervalued dividend growth stocks. But we haven’t covered identifying the best time to trade for both short-term and long-term investors. Please see the following post to learn more!
The best time to invest in the market depends on many factors, such as your investment goals and time horizon. Naturally, investors and traders who have a shorter-term horizon can accumulate substantial losses if they invest their funds in bear markets and traditionally underperforming months.
On the other side, longer-term investors don’t have to worry about the best time to invest, as in the long-term, the time could be right now.
In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the best times to invest in the market both for short-term traders and long-term investors, and show you a few tricks that can help you decide what’s the best time to sell your investments. Continue reading
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The winter is upon us and the holiday season is right around the corner. It is time to bust out the Christmas Trees, decorations, menorahs, and whatever else you and your families use to celebrate the holidays. I know our house is ready to go! On top of it, it is officially the most exciting dividend month of the year…December! But before I jump ahead, now that it is a new month, it is time to summarize the results from the previous month. Here is my November Dividend Income summary!
Everyone, I made it. I made it to this illustrious milestone. I can’t believe this moment. In November, after one of my dividend stock purchases, I crossed over $12,000 in projected dividend income!
We are one month from the dividend income showdown in December. Yes, this month marks the preparation for the biggest dividend month of them all. Reviewing this current month’s dividend income results, reminds me that all of the hard work throughout the year is about to enter the dividend portfolio. November was a great month. There were unexpected news on dividend increases, as well as improvements along the way. Outside of this past month being freezing, with slight snow and too many leaves, collecting dividend income has warmed up my days! It’s time to dive in and review the results. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is over, the first major snow has hit our hometown, and lookout, our Cleveland Browns have finally won back-to-back football games! Now that the calendar is set to turn and we enter the most exciting dividend month of the year, you know what that means? It is time for the next installment of one of our longest running blog post series. Each month, we do our best to highlight as many companies that are expected to announce a dividend increase that month. Since we love dividend increases and follow them so closely, we love trying to share the news with you! We can’t include them all, but we try to hit the major ones. It is time, for the last time in 2018. Here is our listing of expected dividend increases in December!
Like Lanny, as he noted in his November purchase article, this has been a relatively quiet month from a purchasing perspective. After a crazy October that saw wild swings in the market and a lot of small purchases, November was calmer as many companies rebounded from that rough October. Of course though, there were some opportunities that presented themselves. I had to dip my toe in the market a little bit, right?? Here is a summary of my November stock purchases!