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HH 10 Investment Mistakes Even Skilled Investors Make
By fully understanding and genuinely acknowledging investment mistakes, you are a step further to achieving consistent gains from your investment portfolio.
Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 10: Franklin Resources
Franklin Resources’ assets under management declined in 2015 and 2016, but is back to growth. It may take another year or two to recover what it had lost, but the company is still growing earnings, thanks to cost cuts and share buybacks.
Genesis Energy: A Hold After Today’s Dividend Cut
Will discuss Genesis Energy’s recent distribution cut with an emphasis on why the distribution cut was unpredictable, why the partnership decided to reduce its distribution payment, and when investors should sell this security.
Chorus Aviation: Monthly Dividends Are Attractive, But Past Performance Is Worrisome
Chorus Aviation has implemented multiple dividend cuts in recent years and the company has failed to show any ability to grow revenues and net income over the long run. Investors should avoid this stock.
Dividend Yield Or Dividend Growth, Which Is The Most Important?
It always seemed logical to me that two investments - one with a high dividend yield and low dividend growth, and one with the opposite attributes - could be just as equally attractive investments.
Superior Plus: Underwhelming Track Record Leads Us To Avoid This Stock
Monthly dividend stocks are highly appealing to self-directed investors because they make it significantly easier to budget dividend income against living expenses. Unfortunately, there are very few stocks that pay monthly dividends.


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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 22: T. Rowe Price Group
3 years ago

That article is incorrect about the 26x PE multiple. You can see more in the comments of the article. I believe the author may have made an error confusing PE10 (price divided by AVERAGE earnings over 10 years) with PE on accident, but that is just a guess.

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Dividend Aristocrats In Focus Part 22: T. Rowe Price Group
3 years ago

I have no idea. There is only one real PE multiple for the S&P 500. It is currently 18.28.

Source: http://www.multpl.com/

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