Gaurav Sharma, BA

Gaurav Sharma is an editor and research analyst for Income Investors.

If you’re interested in dependable income, Gaurav believes there’s one key term you need to know: “Global Dividend Growers” (GDGs). GDGs are some of the biggest, most profitable companies in the world. Their entrenched position translates into steady revenues, thick profit margins, and robust cash flows. This allows them to produce market beating returns and growing, oversized dividends year after year.

These stocks are the “Ivy League Elites” of the market. Dozens of the companies on this list have paid rising dividends for decades, even through the financial crisis of 2008. Many long-time stockholders are collecting triple-digit yields based on the price of their original purchases.

Gaurav holds a B.A. in Business Economics from York University. Prior to joining Income Investors, he worked as a trader for TD Bank and in private wealth management for Canaccord Genuity. When he’s not digging through corporate filings, Gaurav enjoys playing basketball, volleyball, and tennis.

Gaurav's Articles

7 of the Best Corporate Bonds for 2017

The Best Corporate Bonds to Consider for an Investment in 2017 Income investors tend to forget about corporate bond investing and only focus on stock market investing. I understand this, because at times it is hard to find information regarding.

9 Best Bond ETFs for 2017

Best Bond ETFs for 2017 The focus of this article will be on exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as investment opportunities and what I think are the best bond ETFs for 2017. Various types of bond ETFs will be looked at, such.

Better Stock Pick: AT&T or Verizon?

AT&T Vs. Verizon Stock  AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) and Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) are two of the largest telecommunications businesses in the U.S. But when it comes to investing, which between AT&T and Verizon stock is the better opportunity? After all,.

5 Best Vanguard Retirement Funds for 2017

Best Vanguard Funds for Retirement The objective of investing is to generate a regular stream of income and, more importantly, preserve capital. One way of achieving this is by buying individual stocks that pay out a dividend. However, stock picking.

How Are Stock Sales Taxed?

Stock Sales Tax Rate  The goal of investing is to generate a profit by buying a stock at one price and selling at a higher price. Once both of these transactions take place, there will be a tax on the.

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