The Graham Number is a calculation used to see if a stock is trading at its fair value. It's named after the father of value investing Benjamin Graham. Graham, known as the "Dean of Wall Street", began teaching value investing at Columbia Business School in 1928. Together with David Dodd, they wrote their famous book Security Analysis in Click here to read read more!
Archives for October 2016
If you are like me, you probably find it tough to dig through the mountains of information floating out there on the interweb. With so many opinions of what you should buy, it's easy to get overwhelmed. Well, fear not, I have done a bit of the heavy lifting to (hopefully) find some of the best U.S. dividend stocks for the October! This is my Click here to read read more!
It's time again for my monthly CANADIAN DIVIDEND KINGS list. It's not always easy to dig through the mountains of information to try to find some hidden gems out there. Hopefully, to make it easier, I have compiled a list of the best Canadian dividend stocks using some basic metrics. My hope is that this list provides a starting point for you to do Click here to read read more!
It's Dividend Time! I received $716.88 in September Dividends. My year over year increase was 43.66% My quarter over quarter increase was 6.05% Every quarter there are 3 months or dividend payouts, this is the largest one. My total dividend haul this year is now $4438.88 I just passed my last years total and I still have 3 Click here to read read more!