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Now that everyone’s a bit fearful, it’s time for us contrarians to get greedy for yield. Last week, we discussed three great dividend stocks to buy now and hold forever. These top-notch businesses are going to grow their earnings steadily in the years and decades ahead. And they’re selling at discount prices for the moment, thanks […]

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January’s financial dumpster fire torched nearly every portfolio on the planet. Easy to say, “buy the dip” but harder to do effectively. Most portfolios underperform the stock market at large because investors sell low, only to buy higher later! Except for DRIP investors, that is. They scale up their stock purchases during pullbacks, and scale […]

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China’s financial grease fire has officially spread to American stocks. If your portfolio isn’t yet “China-proof” then you’d better protect yourself now. Sell your dividend-paying disasters and get your capital into issues that do pay yields but aren’t hooked on dragon dust. I get it – you probably didn’t think good ol’ U.S dividend-paying stocks would […]

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Many investors think tech stocks are simply too risky to put in their income portfolios. They’re missing out, because these days, tech companies are throwing off more dividend cash than any sector this side of financials. According to second-quarter numbers from FactSet, the tech sector paid out a combined $59.6 billion in the 12 months […]

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China’s slowdown and a raft of scandals—Volkswagen’s (VW) emissions clunker being the latest—have kept nervous investors away from auto stocks this year. Their first-level knee-jerk reactions are costing them income. Right now, General Motors (GM) and Ford Motor Company (F) offer yields around 4%. And both companies should have no trouble paying their shareholders for years to come, […]

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Many income investors are so desperate for dividends today that they’re piling into practically any large stated yield they find. On the surface this may seem like a sound approach. After all, if the market pulls back again, dividends should support the stock prices of those that pay. If the dividend is still there, that […]

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Aluminum maker Alcoa (AA), down 41% year-to-date, is starting to attract attention from contrary-minded investors. They’re misguided – it’s foolish to buy a stock just because it’s gotten crushed. But they’re actually on the right track (albeit for the wrong reason), because Alcoa’s ugly duckling business is likely to deliver beautiful swan stock returns. The corporate […]

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Brett

Hi, I’m Brett Owens – and I’m a financial junkie. My “problem” started incollege, when I got a little dose of the stock market – man, was I hooked…in no time, I was reading the Wall Street Journal religously.

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