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Although income-oriented investors often bemoan market volatility, a systematic approach to building positions during downturns enhances both income and total return.
A record of consistent dividend growth based on safe, reliable operations make TransCanada Corp (TSX: TRP, NYSE: TRP) a compelling value.
Rio Tinto Ltd (ASX: RIO, NYSE: RIO) committed USD4.25 billion to iron ore development this week, amid more weak China data. So of course it's time to buy this beaten-down miner with a more-than-sustainable dividend.
This blue-chip soda maker is perfect for income investors looking for a good buy in turbulent markets.
Although most of the financial media is fixated on the European debt crisis, income investors should pay close attention to China. That’s because a strengthening Chinese economy will bolster markets along with dividend-paying names.
The Australian coal industry faces numerous headwinds, but one of the country’s youngest billionaires sees opportunity in the sector from which he made his fortune. Amid such industry consolidation, we consider what opportunities remain for the individual investor.
It's a popular song that makes for great headlines and attracts excited eyeballs. Here's the reality.
Until the European debt crisis calms, investors must monitor their holdings for any worrisome changes that could undermine a company's ability to endure a dangerous macro environment. Here's how to assess a company's vulnerability to the European contagion.
China's a question mark, Europe's a mess, the US has its "fiscal cliff." Where to go but Canada?
It's a stark choice but a complex process that will determine the extent to which China stimulates its economy in 2012. And all of this looms over Australia.