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Here are six simple rules to follow when a dividend-paying stock you own has cut its payout.
Any stock you buy for its dividend better have a pretty compelling growth story to back it up.
With the finalization of agreements related to the build-out of Australia's National Broadband Network, Telstra Corp Ltd (ASX: TLS, OTC: TTRAF, ADR: TLSYY) is poised to build wealth for investors for the long term.
The Canadian currency has appreciated about 32 percent against the US dollar since Mar. 9, 2009. Its strength will probably go on.
Emotion is an investor's worst enemy. Unfortunately, political discourse these days is all about emotion.
Dividend-paying stocks will survive rising Treasury yields, which will only come about as a result of a revived economy.
Things won't seem so strange once you've had a chance to read this month's colloquy.
Australia's system of tax imputation is little understood, even at home, but its substantive impact on US investor returns is marginal.
After hitting rock bottom--and basically scraping along there--Australian real estate investment trusts (A-REIT) look like compelling values at current levels. One is primed for a place in the Portfolio.
A downward shift in the official growth-rate target for China caused an uproar. What's left to ponder is what it will take--in terms of resources, in particular--to sustain an emerging middle class in the Middle Kingdom, and elsewhere across Asia, for that matter.