Robert Baillieul, B.Comm.

Robert Baillieul is Editor-in-Chief of IncomeInvestors.com. There, he oversees a talented team of financial editors and analysts. Together, they scour the market to find the best income ideas for readers.

Robert is an advocate for a group of companies he calls his “Forever Assets.” Put simply, this is a group of stocks you can buy today and own for the rest of your life. These businesses have created wealth not just over weeks or years, but for generations.

When you own names like these, you no longer have to worry about inflation or bear markets. Many of these firms have paid dividends to shareholders for over a century. For this reason, some of the world’s wealthiest investors — including Bill Gates, George Soros, and Warren Buffett — hold these stocks in their portfolios.

Robert holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Saint Mary’s University. Prior to joining IncomeInvestors.com, he worked as a risk analyst at TD Securities. Robert’s common-sense investment commentary has been featured in a number of publications, including Slate, MarketWatch, and The National Post.

You can follow him on Twitter @RBaillieul.

Email: r.baillieul@incomeinvestors.com

Robert Baillieul's Articles

Is Whitestone REIT’s 7% Yield Safe?

Can You Trust Whitestone REIT’s 7% Payout? Most large dividend yields are not very safe. In fact, most of the high-yield stocks I review go straight into the wastebasket. They typically come with a swath of problems—falling sales, declining margins,.

5 High-Dividend Stocks for October 2020

These Income Investments Pay Dividend Yields up to 10.5% If you’re like me, then you’re probably upset by the recent plunge in yields on income investments. In a bid to prop up the U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve slashed their.

Is Williams Companies Inc’s 7.8% Yield Safe?

Can You Trust Williams Companies Inc’s Distribution? I trust most high-yield dividend stocks like I’d trust Wesley Snipes to do my taxes. Most of the high-yield names struggle with declining cash flows, tight profit margins, or high debt loads. And.

Kimberly Clark Corp’s Profits Keep Powering Higher

Kimberly Clark Corp Profits Rise on Higher Prices When Kimberly Clark Corp (NYSE:KMB) hiked prices by more than five percent to offset rising commodity costs, something unexpected happened: shoppers barely noticed. Kimberly Clark Corp’s unit volumes actually increased two percentage.

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