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The Best Growth Stocks For Dividend Investors
Article By: SureDividend
Sunday, February 4, 2018 11:00 AM EST
Here is a spotlight on my favorite high growth dividend growth investing names for investors who don’t need income in the present, but instead, hope to lay down the building blocks of a strong passive income stream far into the future.
In this article: NKE, AAPL, NVDA, BA, DIS, MA, V, AMGN, CMCSA, SBUX Also: JNJ, MCD
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Nike: A Great Stock That Looks Strongly Bullish In 2018
Article By: Taki Tsaklanos
Sunday, February 4, 2018 10:30 AM EST
Ever thought of buying shares of Nike rather than buying a new pair of Nike shoes? That would not have been a very profitable trade in the last two years but things could be totally different in 2018.
In this article: NKE
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Nike Inc. Could Deliver Mid-Teens EPS Growth Over Long Term: Polen Capital
Article By: Insider Monkey
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 4:47 PM EST
Florida-based investment management firm Polen Capital is bullish on Nike Inc. Polen Capital said that Nike rebounded in the fourth quarter, gaining more than 20% after a tough couple of years.
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A Dividend Growth Investor’s Perspective On Non-Dividend Stocks
Article By: SureDividend
Monday, January 8, 2018 11:18 AM EST
Without a doubt, dividends and the compounding associated with re-investing them over the long-term is one of, if not the most powerful force in the markets. However, this success has become a bit of a double-edged sword in recent years.
In this article: AMD, FDX, V, TCEHY, AMZN, ATVI, CELG, EXPE, NVDA, BABA, FB, GOOGL, JD, BRK-B, MA, NKE, SBUX
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Nike Posts Earnings Beat, Praises Direct-To-Consumer Efforts
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Friday, December 22, 2017 3:48 AM EST
Nike, Inc. released its second-quarter fiscal 2018 financial results, posting earnings of 46 cents per share and revenues of $8.55 billion.
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3 Reasons Why I Prefer Nike To Under Armour
Barry Hochhauser 3/24/2017 9:47:10 PM

Great Insight. $NKE

China’s Millennial Consumers: What Victoria’s Secret Got Wrong, And Nike Got Right
Barry Hochhauser 12/28/2016 5:19:59 AM

I have to agree with Elliott Morss, it's as if #VictoriaSecret's marketing was done without consulting a single person who actually lives in China! The #Nike video by contrast was extremely well done. $NKE

Under Armour to Dominate the California Market
Stock Loverrrrr 8/1/2016 5:04:56 PM

I agree that #UnderArmour will be able to poach some players, although I'm not sure when. We saw this past year's draft that none of the top ten picks signed with Under Armour which is not ideal. You don't want to be stuck in the Kevin Durant dilemma from a few years ago waiting for a powerhouse like #Nike to match your offer. It's best to get these guys and get them in your brand early. They were fortunate enough that #StephCurry was completely overlooked/disrespected by Nike for him to fall in to their hands. Another problem facing Under Armour is that their basketball shoes just flat out don't look good (personal opinion, majority). Stephen Curry's latest release was a laughing stock among sneaker heads. Under Armour is fortunate in baseball with the likes of Bryce Harper helping them out and they may do a better job thriving in baseball than basketball until they draw those bigger names and improve shoe design. $UA $NKE

Revisiting James Harden’s Deal with Adidas
Somesh Ramnani 7/21/2016 3:30:57 PM

$ADDYY has definitely scored big with the Harden deal and this closes the gap between them and $NKE

Is The End Near For Nike And Under Armour?
Somesh Ramnani 7/14/2016 7:57:38 PM

Wow it's rare to hear that such steady giants can also be going through phases like these. Do you have any insight on how $NKE and $UA can rebound from this, especially now that the NBA season is over and Sports Authority is out of the picture as far as revenue?

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