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BAC is a dividend aristocrat as well as a major component of the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrials indexes. The company has been increasing its dividends for the past 30 consecutive years. From 1998 up until July 2008 this dividend growth stock has delivered an annual average total return of 3.60 % to its shareholders.
In an utopian world, the perfect dividend stock would be one that is both high-yield and provide a high dividend growth rate. Its share price would appreciate ratable with its increasing dividend. All of this would be driven by increasing earnings and cash flow. Ok, so much for my fantasies, the perfect dividend stock just may be a balanced compromise. Consider the following:
Why You Should Move Your Retirement Plan Offshore Now
There are two serious risks to your US retirement plan, says Erika Nolan in The Sovereign Society. First, the average American is not saving enough for retirement, especially with inflation on the rise. Second, pension schemes are coming under increasing scrutiny from lawyers and IRS auditors.
Andy Carpenter in Investor’s Daily Edge says China now consumers 44 pounds of cooking oil per person every year. And this trend is growing at a rate of 10 percent a year. This makes the Chinese the biggest consumers of cooking oil in the world. It also opens up a great way to profit.
Prepare to Profit from the Trillion Dollar U.S. Budget Deficit
I'm a little late for the analysis for this week but nevertheless, I need to do the analysis as much as you do. It helps us to get a clearer picture on what we should look out for so that we keep ourselves informed ahead of the game. Although I missed the Asian and European sessions today, but just in time for the opening of US session later on..