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Dividend Investing

Dividend Investing is the time-tested strategy to building wealth in the stock market through passive income streams. From Warren Buffet to John Paulson, many of the top stock market billionaires live comfortably on the passive income streams generated through dividend investing. Check out the dividend investing archive below to uncover high-yielding dividend stock ideas, dividend trends, and tax-saving tips. For more invaluable insight all dividend investors should consider, check out our free reports: 5 High Yield Dividend Stocks and The Income Investors Blacklist.

It’s a Small—And Uncertain—World

Norway awarded its first new oil and gas leases in decades earlier this week, opening up ten new Arctic sites for exploration work to a handful of local and global drillers. These kinds of deals usually go unnoticed unless you happen to have a stake in the drillers awarded new sites, but this was unique […]

Helicopter Money: Let’s Keep It Grounded

Some market experts are putting forth an off-the-wall policy known as “helicopter money” to generate economic growth. But it could compromise the integrity of the Federal Reserve and other central banks, and possibly spark runaway inflation. And with runaway inflation interest rates would go sky high and future growth would be severely hurt as the […]

Don’t Count on Lazy Days of Summer

This isn’t going to be a lazy summer for the stock market.The summer season is always fairly volatile mostly thanks to traders taking their vacations, hence the old adage, “Sell in May and go away.” Personally, I’ve never bought into that, but then I like to buy on dips. I think this summer may be […]

Brexit: It’s All Greek to Me

In last week’s Income Without Borders we looked at the odds of Great Britain leaving the European Union, which we handicapped as low. This week we’ll look at the opportunities the situation presents.We know opportunities are coming because we have seen this show before.Greece’s potential exit of the European Union last year created broad stock […]

Don’t Bet on Brexit

The economic experts, and the bookmakers, say it isn’t likely.

Central Bankers Banking on a Free Lunch

Reports this week by the International Monetary Fund suggest central bank efforts to revive the global economy have stalled,  and we may be facing a debt crisis if world leaders fail to respond. This comes on the heels of our April Global Income Edge issue, released yesterday, in which we outlined the fragile state of […]

Weaker Dollar, Higher Dividends

While the U.S. economy generally appears robust – hiring is up, unemployment is down and wages are rising – corporate profits have been in a drought for two quarters now. So much so that some analysts are saying that we’re in a profit recession. According to data from the Commerce Department, profit at American businesses […]

Silver Lining Beige Book

For several years the Federal Reserve and other financial titans such as the World Bank and the IMF have been singing, “The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow,” and then reversing their forecasts when tomorrow arrives. Now when they trot out that tune smart investors hear another song from the musical Annie: “It’s the Hard-Knock Life.”Those […]

Terrorists Be Damned

Yesterday, terrorists successfully struck Brussels, detonating at least two bombs in the city’s airport and another in the Maelbeek metro station, close to the European Parliament building. As it stands now, 31 people are confirmed dead and at least 270 are reported injured, with the death toll likely to rise in the coming days. Today […]

The Dow’s Back, But For How Long?

The Dow Jones Industrials recently erased its losses for the year, but we advise our Global Income Edge investors to stay invested in the most conservative global income investments, as the recent market rise could again prove fleeting.  That rise is being attributed in part to the Federal Reserve announcement it wouldn’t be raising interest rates […]

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