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A strong and growing pipeline of global energy sector work should keep this engineering services firm on the dividend-growth path for years to come.
Traffic is rising all over the world. This Melbourne-based thoroughfare operator changed directions three years ago and is now on the road to build wealth for its owners.
When is a bubble not a bubble? When fundamentals support higher prices.
Dividend-paying essential-service companies continue to report solid fourth-quarter and full-year results, and the macro situation is firming. Be alert as expectations rise.
Alaska Communications (NSDQ: ALSK) has reduced its dividend by about 77 percent.
Its attempt to rescue Deutsche Telekom AG's (Germany: DTE, OTC: DTEGY) languishing T-Mobile USA business was not successful, but this company will remain one of two key players in what is perhaps America's most dynamic industry.
Buckeye Partners LP (NYSE: BPL) boosted its distribution 5.1 percent in 2011, but the unit price declined about 4 percent over the same 12 months. Better distribution coverage and decent growth potential suggest this inefficiency will be reconciled in 2012.
"Momentum dividend investing" is a recent trend soon to die as those who practice it realize its money-losing potential.
Worries about cost overruns plague Australia-focused LNG projects. Pure play Oil Search Ltd (ASX: OSH, OTC: OISHF, ADR: OISHY) has a couple key advantages, including a significant net cash position, that make it a viable long-term Aggressive Holding.
For Americans, investing Down Under is a bit of an adventure right now. Ironically, Australia is home to one of the most stable financial systems in the world, with banks paying high, sustainable dividends.