Borrowing to Invest? Not Smart. I received a question from a subscriber about borrowing to invest: “Rob, my wife and I received a $60,000 inheritance a year ago. We have about $30,000 in debt. Our advisor suggests investing the entire.
Investors Earning Double-Digit Dividend Income Here I doubt you’ve heard of Pecos, Texas. The town sits 200 miles from the nearest city. Five years ago, most high school graduates left Pecos for better opportunities elsewhere. Things have changed. Today, convoys.
Stick with Dividend Growth Stocks “If a company can keep paying you dividends and increasing them over time, you should be in no rush to sell.” That’s what I told readers of Income Investors at the beginning of 2019. At.
The Shocking Truth About IPOs Last month, I received an interesting question about initial public offerings (IPOs). “Rob, my stock broker says he can get me into one of the market’s next hot offerings. He has pitched it as the.
Top Dividend Stocks Share These Common Traits What are the traits of top dividend stocks? When I ask this question at conferences, audiences will throw out a bunch of answers. You’ll hear responses like innovative products, great management teams, and.
Spotting Top Dividend Stocks My job description is pretty simple: identify the world’s best dividend stocks for thousands of Lombardi Publishing readers. I’ve studied thousands of income investments, from master limited partnerships to real estate investment trusts. I’ve even written.
Spotting Top Dividend Stocks As I’ve expected for years now, investors have started flocking to dividend stocks. Traders have fled technology and marijuana shares—the most speculative types of businesses out there. Dividend stocks, in contrast, have held up just fine..
Investing in a Market Sell-Off “So 2018 was a bad year for stocks, will 2019 be worse?” That’s a question I got asked a lot during this holiday season. After witnessing the huge sell-off in the U.S. stock market—particularly in.
A Little Motivation With 2018 coming to an end, people have started to make their New Year’s resolutions. Given what happened to the stock market in the past several months, why not add disciplined income investing to the list? Why.
There’s no other way to put it: October 2018 was a terrible month for U.S. stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 5.8%, the S&P 500 declined 7.3%, and the Nasdaq Composite plunged a whopping 9.1%. That’s why today, I.