Boost Your General Mills Dividend Yield

Retirees seek reasonable, consistent yield without a threat to the nest egg. For the last two weeks I have revisited 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 […]

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Stock Exchange: Do You Trade Binary Events?

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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Weighing the Week Ahead: Storm Warnings

We have a normal economic calendar. Tuesday’s election will take center stage. Markets have less than expected interest in the election. Partly this reflects confidence in a split outcome, with no major policy changes. I expect pundits, especially if encouraged by early-week trading, to focus on the signals from volatility and markets declining below technical […]

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Boost Your AT&T Dividend Yield

Retirees seek reasonable, consistent yield without a threat to the nest egg. Last week I revisited 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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Stock Exchange: Do You Exit Your Trades When Conditions Get Risky?

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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