20 Dividend Growth Stocks With Best Dividend Disbursement Growth Rates Over The Short-Run
4 Best Yielding Ex-Dividend Stocks On August 29, 2013
100 Most Attractive Stocks Bought By Popular Investment Gurus
Investment gurus are asset or fund managers with big amounts of cash under management. They became popular by big returns and spectacular investment strategies. I talk about investors like George Soros and Warren Buffett. They all have one thing in common: The average return beats the market and if they invest, the market follows.
I made a screen of the biggest stock buys from 49 super investors over the recent six month and ranked them in my 100 best guru buy list. They all bought 594 stocks within the past half year.
The top stocks are now Berkshire Hathaway and Google. Berkshire was bought by 16 stock market professionals and Google by 15. Half of the top ten buys came from the technology sector. Investors still love this field because of the high growth potential and strong cash flows. But technology stocks are no big dividend payer. That’s why I did not invest much of my private wealth in technology stocks. That’s a bad strategy because if you want to have growth, the sector is one of the safest bets for the time being.
The 20 Biggest Dividend Stocks Within The Service Sector
If you were to sum up the key theme emerging from second quarter earnings season with one phrase, it'd have to be: "It's the revenue, stupid!"
That's because compared to earnings, which have been seen 72% of companies beating consensus, the sales side has been a huge disappointment.
This morning, the leading fast food stock McDonald's Corp (NYSE:MCD) is trading lower by $1.06 to $97.50 a share. This leading restaurant stock is one of the only stocks in the sector to decline while the major stock indexes are rallying higher. Short term traders should watch for intra-day support around the $97.00 area.
Coffee Makers Spill All Over the Map; Tim Hortons & McDonald's Burnt by Starbucks' Success
Starbucks is implementing a new policy for its thirstiest customers.
I still remember the week the Trenta – Starbucks' (NASDAQ: SBUX) largest size for iced drinks – was announced. The 31-ounce cup drew a lot of criticism from bloggers who were quick to point out that Starbucks customers could now order a refreshing coffee that was larger than the human stomach.