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T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:TROW) reported its third quarter 2011 results, including net revenues of $679.4 million, net income of $185.5 million, and diluted earnings per common share of $.71, an increase of 11% from the $.64 per share earned in the comparable 2010 quarter. Net revenues were $586.1 million in the third quarter of 2010, and net income was $169.1 million.
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Rovi Corporation (Nasdaq:ROVI) announced that it has signed a multi-year licensing agreement for DivX(R) technology with Shenzhen MTC Co., Ltd. (MTC), a China-based manufacturer of consumer electronics products.
Rovi Corporation provides digital entertainment technology solutions for the discovery and management of entertainment content.
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It seems nowadays that every investing article ends with the same conclusion – you should be buying dividend stocks. They are all quoting studies citing the performance edge that dividends have enjoyed over the long-term and the value of a semi-fixed return generated from periodic dividend payments. However, you should beware of some of the information provided.
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) and closed-end funds (CEFs) are composed of many different individual securities. This usually results in uneven dividend distributions. Some funds have tried to address this with a managed distribution policy. In short, a managed distribution policy is management’s commitment to make a fixed periodic dividend payment.
In my dividend database, I track nearly 190 stocks in 19 different sectors. Generally, the characteristics of certain sectors tend to match those that dividend growth investors are looking for, thus their constituents are often make better dividend investments. In the case of the stocks I track, nearly half of them are in these three sectors:
7 Dividend Stocks For The Ultimate In Deferred Gratification
Deferred gratification is a principle where one or more people choose to postpone near-term benefits in order to enhance their chances of greater benefits in the future. In our microwave society marked by the ‘I want it now’ attitude, it is unusual to find someone willing to wait.