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9% Yield, Strong Q3 Earnings, Estimates Rising

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, January 26, 2022 | | 0 comments »

Looking for outperforming high-yield income vehicles? The energy sector continues to have a joyride in the market. After being the leading sector in 2021, it's up by 10% in this first week of 2022. This company yields 9.16%. DCF/distribution coverage soared to 2.49X in Q3 '21. Analysts have raised 2022 earnings estimates for GLP from $1.12 to $1.64 in the past 30 days, a 64% increase.

Although Global Partners LP (GLP) was founded in 2005, its roots go back much further than that. It began more than 75 years ago, delivering heating oil - door to door - in the neighborhoods around Greater Boston. It's one of the largest fuel distributors in the New England area, selling via retail C-stores and wholesale divisions. It's also involved in the transportation of petroleum products and renewable fuels through rail from the mid-continent region of the United States and Canada, and has a rail and waterborne terminal on the West Coast, in Oregon. GLP is based in Waltham, Massachusetts.

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3 Top Value Stocks to Buy Right Now

Posted by D4L | Tuesday, January 25, 2022 | | 0 comments »

Interest rates are rising, meaning growth stocks are out and value stocks are in. The following three stocks have low valuations and are rewarding shareholders with ample share repurchases and growing dividends. A strong economic upswing could propel these names even higher in 2022. If value and cyclical stocks continue to shine amid a strong economy in 2022, the following three stocks still look like absolute bargains.

If were talking value stocks, one shouldn't be surprised a Warren Buffett favorite made my list. So why does Buffett love Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) so much, enough to make it his second largest position? Another conservatively run, dividend-paying company in a pro-cyclical sector is Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE:PXD). Kulicke & Soffa (NASDAQ:KLIC) is a leader in advanced packaging machines that connect chips into efficient designs for original equipment manufacturers, helping boost performance and reliability.

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Investors looking for high-quality dividend growth stocks to buy for the long term can gain valuable insights by reviewing the holdings of successful investors. One example is found with a list of Bill Gates stocks. This article will examine three of our favorite names among the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

The portfolio holds just 21 common stocks. In this article, we will examine three of our dividend-paying favorites in the portfolio. They are: Microsoft (NYSE:MSFT), Walmart (NYSE:WMT) and Waste Management (NYSE:WM).

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Finding a good dividend stock isn't as simple as just looking for the highest yields. There are stocks that pay 10% or more, but those payouts may not necessarily be sustainable over a long period. A safer approach is to find a good balance of a high yield without too much risk. And with the stock market still scorching hot and at record levels, that has pushed yields down; the average S&P 500 stock pays just 1.3%.

Two investments that can generate more than double that recurring income are Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ: GILD) and Kraft Heinz (NASDAQ: KHC). Their payouts currently stand at more than 3% and offer investors a great mix of stability and recurring income.

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Three short lessons in dividend investing from the greatest investors of all time share valuable tips from Warren Buffett and others who earned places on the list. These investors have been around for decades, weathering the storms of economic fallout and trying to take advantage of any opportunity that came their way. This article focuses on three short lessons in dividend investing from these great investors to let those who are interested study what they did right and learn from anything they initially did wrong.

Grace Groner was a lesser-known investor who embodied the principle of buy, hold and reinvest. She was not a fund manager and had little financial training, but Groner worked as a secretary at Abbott Laboratories (NYSE:ABT) for 43 years. Early in her career in 1935, she invested $180 in three shares of Abbott. She never sold and instead opted to reinvest all of her dividends. After 75 years, she had $7 million. Lesson 1: Reinvest your Dividend Income, Lesson 2: Make Reliable Investments and Lesson 3: Ignore Short-term Fluctuations

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