Dividends4Life: Random Ramblings On Dividend Investing

Random Ramblings On Dividend Investing

Posted by D4L | Friday, October 28, 2011 | | 0 comments »

Every working day of our lives we get questions. Questions about the stock and bond markets. Questions about how natural disasters, politics, or economic and business crises will play out in the market place. In this weekly blog we try to keep our comments narrowly focused on our dividend investment strategy. As we were composing our most recent quarterly letter we admitted to our readers that at times we sound like a one trick pony: our solution for every challenge and every opportunity is always -- buy and hold quality rising dividend stocks. In the long run we know that will work.

Yet the matters we discuss and decide at our weekly investment policy meetings cover the waterfront of issues. In this regard, heaven help us, we are like politicians because we have to have a basic understanding and a few talking points on just about everything that is going on in the world. It is our plan to periodically offer an update to what we are calling 12 Random Ramblings from the Investment Policy Committee. 1. Stocks are undervalued by about 25%. Energy, Industrial, and Consumer Cyclical stocks are very cheap.

Source: Rising Dividend Investing

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