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How I Analyze Potential Buy Candidates: The Cases Of Disney And Johnson & Johnson

How I Analyze Potential Buy Candidates: The Cases Of Disney And Johnson & Johnson

Summary After writing dozens of articles analyzing different companies across a variety of sectors over the past year, I’ve started writing more about investment lessons I’ve learned over the past decade. I will explain the way I am analyzing stocks I’m considering for my dividend growth portfolio. I will use two companies that I own: Disney and Johnson & Johnson. The first thing I look for is growing earnings and massive free cash flow. I will look at the valuation,…

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You Can Still Make Some Income From Brexit

You Can Still Make Some Income From Brexit

Summary The markets have decided that we are not going to see a Brexit very soon, if any at all. There is a good reason to believe so. What seemed to be imminent is now a complicated path which not be executed, in my opinion. While the markets have already recovered, there are still several opportunities that investors can enjoy. Introduction There were two main catalysts that influenced American markets this week. Brexit, which was the greatest story all over the…

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Brexit: Or Why I Never Use Stop Loss

Brexit: Or Why I Never Use Stop Loss

Summary Against the market sentiments, the British people decide to vote in favor of leaving the European Union. This is a decision that started a market turmoil. With stock markets in Europe suffering from steep declines, the U.S markets will also slide roughly 4%. In days like this I appreciate my decision not to use stop loss orders in my dividend growth portfolio. Introduction My largest portfolio is my dividend growth portfolio. As I shared with my readers, I own companies that…

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