Boost Your Royal Dutch Shell Dividend Yield

Retirees seek reasonable, consistent yield without a threat to the nest egg. I am continuing my series on my favorite method for achieving this objective. While this is not investment advice for any specific reader, I hope that some will find it both interesting and useful. Introduction The program, simply described, consists of buying a […]

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Boost Your Dividend Yield — IBM

Retirees seek reasonable, consistent yield without a threat to the nest egg. I want to revisit a method for doing this, one I first described six years ago. The Quest for Yield (Part 6): Enhancing the Yield from Your Dividend Stocks, written in March 2012 explained the concept. While I have made a few changes, […]

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Weighing the Week Ahead: What is Working, and Will It Persist?

The economic calendar is modest. Volatility is lower even with plenty of news. The summer doldrums have arrived! It provides time for introspection to fill those empty timeslots and pages. Pundits might be (and should be) asking: What is working? Will it keep working? Last Week Recap In my last edition of WTWA speculated that […]

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Stock Exchange: Are your Trading Rules Too Rigid?

The Stock Exchange is all about trading. Each week we do the following: Discuss an important issue for traders; highlight several technical trading methods, including current ideas; feature advice from top traders and writers; and, provide a few (minority) reactions from fundamental analysts. We also have some fun. We welcome comments, links, and ideas to help us […]

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Stock Exchange: Do You Keep A Shopping List Ready?

The Stock Exchange is all about trading. Each week we do the following: Discuss an important issue for traders; highlight several technical trading methods, including current ideas; feature advice from top traders and writers; and, provide a few (minority) reactions from fundamental analysts. We also have some fun. We welcome comments, links, and ideas to […]

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