Robert Baillieul, B.Comm.
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Tiny Niche Yields Up to 13.5% Struggling with low interest rates? You’re not alone. Millions of retirees have seen their income dry up with today’s rock-bottom yields. Saving accounts pay out next to nothing. Bank certificates of deposit yield only.
A Growing 10% Yielder Today’s chart highlights another winner in the healthcare business, senior housing. Regular readers have heard our bullish argument on senior housing before. As the population gets older, we’re going to need more nursing homes, retirement communities,.
Quiet Stock Pays Dividends Today, we check in on another winner from a graying America. Regular readers have heard our bullish case for the healthcare sector before. As baby boomers age, they’ll need more drugs, more tests, and more checkups..
Where to Find Higher Yields Now Today’s post highlights another of my favorite places to find safe, high yields: emerging markets. U.S. stocks have shot the lights out over the past few years. But as investors bid up equity prices,.
Solid Returns from Bank Stocks Over the past couple of years, few recommendations have performed as well as our “Automated Income Codes.” For those of you who aren’t familiar, we coined the term “Automated Income Codes” to describe America’s elite.
Milk This Stock for Dividends Today’s post highlights my favorite type of business for earning safe, large dividends: “cash cows.” It might sound odd, but I’m a big fan of firms in mature, slow-growth industries. Because these businesses have limited.
Founder-Run Stocks Outperform Today’s chart highlights my favorite way to identify winning stocks: founder-run companies. Founders often run their companies like family businesses. They pay extra attention to costs and long-term strategy, even when they become large, publicly traded corporations..
One Stock to Own Forever What does Colgate-Palmolive Company (NYSE:CL), Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. (NYSE:SWK), and The Procter & Gamble Co (NYSE:PG) all have in common? In short, all three have paid out dividends for over a century. Through.
Special Dividends Up to 43% Have you ever thought about how you write the government a big check every spring, but “Uncle Sam” doesn’t send you money? Well, things might work a little differently this year. Last December, President Donald.
The Case for Dividend Stocks Dividends represent “a triumph of short-term thinking,” wrote Vox executive editor Matthew Yglesias. “Bad for the economy, bad for business, and surprisingly unfavorable to investors. A barbarous relic of a less financially sophisticated era.” (Source:.