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DIVIDEND SPOTLIGHTNew Best Buy Pick in TelecommunicationsBy Richard StavrosAt 7.48%, this U.K.-based communications company is the new Best Buy in my conservative portfolio (which is made up of 10 safety-rated stocks).With a solid base of over 100 million customers in Europe, they’re well positioned to safely expand globally. They’re conquering new markets by onboarding millions […]
The proposed consolidation of the Kinder complex of midstream energy companies has unlocked market value and will create a North American giant well positioned to benefit from the ongoing continental oil and gas boom. But there are significant consequences.
We had just such uncertain situations in mind when we developed portfolios for Global Income Edge.
Acting within complex systems such as global financial markets requires a plan and it requires patience. Building and preserving your wealth depends on these key factors.
This group of 10 dividend-paying stocks would make a solid foundation for long-term-focused investors of all risk tolerances.
It’s been a tough year for Canadian real estate investment trusts. But financial and operating metrics are generally solid. Distributions are well-protected, and yields are relatively high.
Always a highlight of my month, the June AE/CE/UF Online Chat, which took place a week late, proved a particularly uplifting experience because of the great people who make up our subscriber base.
Australian energy infrastructure assets are popular with investors foreign and domestic for their stability and their high yields.
There’s a lot going on in the utility space these days. But there are also opportunities to be found below the headlines, using old-school valuation metrics passed down from masters such as Graham and Buffett.
It’s one of the highlights of my work-month, the regular web-based chat with UF, CE and AE subscribers. The next one happens on Wednesday, May 28, at 2 pm.