Wednesday, November 22, 2017

My Favorite Dividend Growth Stocks With Over 10% Hike Potenital

I've spent the past 5 weeks reviewing earnings in the search of strong dividend growth stocks. 

Instead of solely focus on their dividend yield or history, I put my primary focus on their growth abilities. 

This quarter I've found 3 companies showing double-digit increases this quarter that has maintained this pace for the past 5 years: 

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Monday, November 20, 2017

4 High Rated, Lower Debt Dividend Stocks With A Reasonable Payout

New income investors naturally focus on yield, but the highest yielding stocks aren't always the best investments. To find the very best dividend growth stocks an investor must identify companies that will not just sustain their dividends, but increase them every year. To find these jewels in the rough, there are two very important things the investor must look for.

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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Weekend Reading Links - November 19, 2017

For your weekend reading pleasure, the articles listed below contain some of the best dividend and value investing insights found on the web. They were written by various members of the Dividend Investing and Value Network over the past week:

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Friday, November 17, 2017

Invesco: when performance matters

What Makes Invesco (IVZ) a Good Business?

As we are riding a never-ending bull market, Invesco continues to perform like there is no tomorrow. At the end of September 2017, 64%, 67% and 75% of Invesco’s actively managed portfolios were beating their peers on 1, 3 and 5 years basis. In other words, when investors look for performance, they look at Invesco.
The company has been proven resilient after the sale of Atlantic Trust in 2013 and the departure of their all-star portfolio manager Neil Woodford in 2014. Those two events affected the most important metric for any investment firm: assets under management. Despite these two events, IVZ shows a positive AUM growth of 1.9% annualized rate over the past 5 years. Let’s take a deeper look at this strong investing firm.


Revenue Graph from Ycharts
As mentioned in my introduction, IVZ shows a strong performance model that enabled it to keep its AUM growing. Revenue are now back to growth territories and the recent acquisitions in the ETFs business will definitely push IVZ to higher level.
What I like about IVZ AUM is that we are not only talking about assets being lifted-up by strong market performance. The company recorded long-term net inflows of $6.3 billion in their latest quarter.

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