Month: September 2022

Buying utility stocks when looking for dividend income and cash flow for your portfolio

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Investing in top utility stocks and utilities for dividend income in 2022 for your portfolio While some investors might shy away from utility stocks for fear of missing out on more rapidly growing sectors, utility stocks can actually offer a compelling combination of stability, income, and growth potential for your portfolio. What Are Utility Stocks?…

What Is Dividend Growth Investing And How to Get Started

Dividend investing

What Is Dividend Growth Investing And How to Get Started Dividend growth investing is a type of investing that involves buying stocks that pay dividends, which is money that is paid out to shareholders from a company’s profits. dividend growth investing is a fairly simple concept, but it can be one of the most profitable…

How to Select the Best Dividend-Paying Stocks for Your Portfolio

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Introduction When it comes to investing in dividend-paying stocks, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First, it is important to select a variety of stocks from different industries. This will help to minimize your risk and maximize your returns. Second, you need to make sure that the stocks you select…

Two strong options in materials and aggregates – EXP and VMC

Dividend investing

In this post, we will look at two options in materials that are both good picks to consider: Eagle Materials (EXP) Vulcan Materials (VMC) Neither have fantastically high dividend yields but both have the look of compounders and one might be a good play for a value investor. Eagle Materials Eagle Materials operate in many…

Heidelbergcement – a rock-solid Strong Buy

Dividend investing

Lately, I’ve spent more time looking through the industrial sector for suitable opportunities, focusing on the building supplies and construction industry. Several of my write-ups on Seeking Alpha cover these firms. One that I do like is Heidelbergcement (HDELY). Below I provide some background on the company, the current pricing and dividends, and why the…