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Sell the weak, stick with the strong: That’s been our strategy since this bear market began in mid-2007. We’ve unloaded companies showing signs of underlying business weakness and never looked back. We’ve avoided real blowups in a market more rife with them than any in memory.
Quench your thirst for steady dividends with this shares of this leading beverage company.
Steady, growing cash flow is what separates a safe dividend from a risky one. It’s tough to come by in lean times like these. But the PF Income Portfolio stocks are still putting up the numbers.
First quarter 2009 has hardly marked the return of the bull. But there’s one strong positive in the stock performance numbers: Quality seems to count again. The Income Portfolio’s overall loss for the quarter was 2.5 percent.
Despite AIG's problems, there's still money in insurance.
Quality management still goes a long way when choosing a fund.
Details on CO2 cap-and-trade have yet to be ironed out. At this point, however, it looks like a group of 15 Blue Dog Democrats in the US Senate and 50 in the House of Representatives hold the balance of power on the issue.
In July 2007, an accusation by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) that it engaged in price gouging sent Energy Transfer Partners’ (NYSE: ETP) unit price plunging. Last month, the limited partnership finally got satisfaction, as FERC officially dropped the case with no penalty.
Since the collapse of Lehman Brothers last year, US Treasury-backed paper has been a hot ticket item.
And if the economic environment didn’t present enough of a challenge, historically low yields on high-grade fixed-income instruments have likewise weighed on earnings growth.