Not saving enough for retirement? Some simple ways investing in stocks can help you get where you need to be.
By Jay Taylor | Jun 10, 2014
A wave of pent up demand is about to hit the housing market. Do you know how to profit from this trend? Yesterday I wrote an article explaining this trend, using two charts to suggest that a large number of people will be entering the housing market in the coming years. This wave is large [...]
By Stephen Mauzy | Jun 4, 2014
On a drive to Key West last month, my wife and I stopped in Tavernier, a community on Key Largo, to visit a friend of my parents I had known since I was a child. Bob, as I’ll call him, was a wealthy man who retired to the Keys 15 years ago after living most [...]
By Chris Preston | Nov 18, 2013
If there were no such thing as dividend reinvestment programs (DRIPs), I probably would never have been able to afford my first house. A little more than seven years ago, in the summer of 2006, my grandfather invested a few thousand dollars in Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) stock under my name. He had enrolled [...]
By Tyler Laundon | Nov 11, 2013
Franco-Nevada stock is still my favorite gold investment after last week’s Q3 earnings call. Last Tuesday I wrote about the company, saying its gold royalty and streaming business model “… is a winner, especially in this environment, since Franco-Nevada avoids various risks associated with developing and operating gold mines. Yet investors still get exposure to [...]
By Ian Wyatt | Sep 19, 2012
Will the so-called fiscal cliff spell disaster for the stock market? More specifically, what will it mean for dividend investors?
As a refresher, the “fiscal cliff” is the potential expiration of Bush-era payroll, capital gains and dividend tax cuts at the end of this year.
By Ian Wyatt | Feb 8, 2012
With a 10-year note that is yielding less than two percent, what is a fixed-income investor to do?
By Ian Wyatt | Dec 28, 2011
Today I'm going to tell you a personal story about how I learned the most important lesson of my investment career at a very early age.