English-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto offers a high dividend yield for Investors with exposure to mining operations around the world. In this post, we will assess whether it’s worth considering as an addition to your dividend growth portfolio.
In this guest post, the independent financial information provider Value of Stocks will introduce us to AT&T, the world's largest telecommunications company and steady dividend payer for over 50 years. Read on to find out if this dividend aristocrat is worth finding its way into your portfolio.
In this guest post, self-taught investor and successful blogger Dividend Power will introduce us to Lockheed Martin, a leader in aerospace and defense. Read on to find out if this dividend contender is worth making its way into your portfolio.
Danaher Corp, a conglomerate with a strong focus on healthcare and the environment offers a tempting combination of dividend growth and capital appreciation. In this post, we will assess whether it’s worth considering as an addition to your dividend growth portfolio.
Caterpillar, a brand well known for its mining and construction equipment seen on job sites all around the world, has also been considered a US Dividend Aristocrat for a couple of years now. In this post, we will assess whether it’s worth an addition to your dividend growth portfolio.
Manulife has been in the Top 15 largest insurance companies in the world (by non-banking assets). Even after a 75% share-price increase since March, MFC still offers an attractive yield of 5.9%. Is it worth a spot in your portfolio? Let’s explore.
Tech giant IBM has been trading down since reaching its all-time high in 2013. Is IBM poised for recovery or will big blue turn into big red? Yield trap or a bargain for dividend growth? Let’s explore.
With a history of over 100 years, Canadian National Railway is Canada’s largest and only transcontinental railway company, but is it worth a pick up for dividend growth investors? Let’s explore.
BCE, holding group for Canadian telecommunications giant Bell, is trading 35% below their 52 week high. Is it worth a pickup for dividend growth investors? Data collected in the week of March 23rd, 2020
Magellan Aerospace, a company with a great dividend history and growth, is trading at a 45% discount to their all-time high. Is now a good time to initiate a position? In this blog post, we will introduce the company’s business model and analyze whether it might be a holding you consider.