Bob Ciura

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Bob Ciura is an independent equity analyst. Since 2012, he has written for various investment research companies, including The Motley Fool and Seeking Alpha. He joined Wyatt Investment Research in April 2015. His articles focus on dividend stocks across a wide range of sectors, including technology, energy and consumer goods. Bob holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from DePaul University, as well as an MBA in Finance from the University of Notre Dame.

Dow’s Worst Stock In 2017: Time to Buy?

General Electric (NYSE: GE) is the worst-performing Dow stock so far this year, down over 20% year-to-date. But in a major tr

Newest Apple Devices: What Investors Should Know

Apple’s big iPhone event Tuesday gave investors a lot to take in. Among the major new product announcements were the iPhone

Better Than Amazon? The #1 Dividend Aristocrat

On the surface, they may be boring. But "dividend aristocrats" have been the biggest creators of wealth in the last century.

Buy These 3 Oil Stocks On Rising Geopolitical Tensions

When geopolitical risk rears its ugly head, it typically rattles the stock market. Renewed tensions with North Korea could ca

Look To This Sector for the Best Dividend Growth Stocks

A long history of dividend increases is a sign of a strong company. Stocks with several decades of dividend growth under thei

The Most Important IPO Of 2017: Not What You’d Guess

When the subject of initial public offerings comes up, tech stocks instinctively come to mind. The past year has seen a flurr

3 High Yield MLPs Pumping Out Dividend Growth

After a relief rally in 2016, oil and gas prices are plunging again. The price of WTI crude oil has fallen back below $50 per

The Cheapest Tech Dividend Stock: Time to Buy

Technology stocks are leading the market to new highs. Over the past year, the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite has gained 25%, wh

3 Dividend Kings To Rule Them All

In today’s investing climate, a retiree looking for income might feel like a king without a castle. Interest rates remain h

A Retail Stock With No Fear of Amazon, Plus a 4.3% Dividend Yield

Investors have sold off retail stocks of all sorts in the last year from fear that e-commerce giant (NASDAQ: AMZN)