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M2Telecommunications Group Ltd (ASX: MTU, OTC: MTCZF) as put together an impressive record of revenue, earnings and dividend growth.
The American consumer is widely seen as the key to a lasting turnaround--for the good--for the global economy. How’s his counterpart Down Under doing, and is there any way to profit from his behavior?
Accidents will happen, and energy companies have to build these costs into their business models. It's the unintended consequences of good-intentioned legislators and regulators that create unexpected costs, eventually for consumers.
The Brad Pitt starrer “Moneyball,” based on financial journalist Michael Lewis’ book of the same name, provides a useful starting point for understanding how the US wireless market stacks up.
Fundamental strength of the underlying business is the most important factor, but chart-watching can be useful for dividend investing.
Australia’s hard-commodity advantage is well known. The Land Down Under is also one of the most important agriculture centers in the world.
It’s one thing to expand via acquisition, quite another to integrate new units and set the stage for long-term wealth building. Australia-based Cardno Ltd (ASX: CDD, OTC: COLDF), one of the fastest-growing engineering firms in the world, manages to do the latter, consistently.
Origin Energy Ltd (ASX: ORG, OTC: OGFGF, ADR: OGFGY) is well positioned to benefit from Australia’s new carbon tax.
Dividend investing is about what happens on the ground rather than the view from 30,000 feet. Rembember that this earnings season.
Focusing on high-quality dividend-paying stocks makes the drama unfolding in Europe simply another episode in a long-runing saga of antagonistic politician-financier relations.