Dividend Stocks

Investing In Stocks For The Sake Of Cash Flow

My Dividends Stocks for 2013

When people look to invest in dividend stocks, they usually should be prepared for a longer term investment. This is in order to take full advantage of the dividends they pay out. While this is not necessary of course since someone may see a great entry point into a dividend stock and then want to sell it once they have returned a quick decent rise. However dividends in the past have represented close to a 40% average annual total return which why picking the right ones is essential and picking dividend Read more [...]

Great Dividend Stock Picks for the Super Bowl and Beyond

The 47th Super Bowl is nearly upon us and whether you’re a die-hard AFC fan or will be rooting for the NFC team, a Super Bowl party is a must, and as always, planning ahead is the key to success. What does the Super Bowl have to do with dividend stocks, you might be wondering. Why, nearly everything, of course! You will need paper goods and party supplies, and lots and lots of drinks and food to assuage and satisfy a potentially riled up and wild party crowd. Surely you’re already creating that Read more [...]

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Cash in on McDividends

With those ubiquitous golden arches, McDonald’s is the largest fast-food chain in the world with over 33,000 restaurants serving almost 70 million people in 119 countries from Argentina to Iraq, Bosnia to the Philippines. Whilst McDonald’s may not be the most PC of companies to invest in (they have addressed these concerns by changing coffee suppliers for example), their aggressive expansion program makes now a good time to invest. They aim to expand at a rate of 30 new restaurants per year in the Read more [...]

Freelancer’s guide to pensions and investments

As a freelancer you’ll need to be much more aware of your financial future than your average office worker would be. This is because self-employed individuals aren’t able to rely on a works pension to save money for their retirement and instead have to set up their own pension scheme or investment programme. Contract workers needn’t be terrified at the thought of planning for their future though, as there are many things that you can do to ensure you’re ready. To get the advice that you Read more [...]

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Eco Stocks – A Continuing Trend

Getting lucky and predicting trends correctly is a definite advantage when trading in the stock market, as these trends will often dictate the popularity and profitability of certain stocks. However, this is a hard thing to do and if you’re relatively new to buying stocks it can seem daunting. An easier way to determine which stocks will be successful is by identifying which trends will continue to be prevalent for long periods of time, and to invest accordingly. One of these enduring trends Read more [...]

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