Josip Heit On Commodity Investment Trends In 2020

The price of commodities saw a whipsawed market behavior throughout 2019, nevertheless, Josip Heit, who is a renowned commodity investor, thinks there are already signs of developing trends that could provide great trading opportunities in 2020. Commodities, whether food-, metal-, or energy-related, are a vital part of everyday life. Anyone who drives a car can get significantly impacted by rising prices of crude oil. Likewise, the effects of a drought on the supply of wheat can affect your next ...

Continue Reading →

Josip Heit: How Blockchain is Transforming the Raw Material Industry

There’s a lot of hype around Blockchain and the industries that have been and will be revolutionized because of it. We already know that Blockchain has impacted the financial world and even real estate and healthcare. However, as many experts have noted, this has only been the beginning as the list of industries using Blockchain technology just keeps on growing. From pharmaceuticals to fashion, and agriculture to raw goods – it’s only a matter of time that industries across the spectrum ...

Continue Reading →

What is a Dividend Champion? And Why You Should Invest in Them!

The following post is guest post written by John Schroeder. If you’d like to contribute a guest post to The Dividend Ninja, check out our guest posting guidelines. When it comes to investing in U.S. dividend stocks, there are several places you can start your search for companies to add to your portfolio. For example, many investors turn to the Dividend Aristocrats which are found on the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats Index. Members of the Dividend Aristocrats Index must consistently raise ...

Continue Reading →

Bond Certificate

Dividend Stocks are Not a Bond Substitute

The following is a guest post by Ben Carlson from A Wealth of Common Sense. If you would like to submit a guest post to The Dividend Ninja, check out our guest posting guidelines. “Compare this with a 50% drawdown in stocks in the past bear market and you can see that bonds and stocks do not have the same characteristics for loss.  Interest rates would really need to spike higher in a very short period of time to equal stock losses.  And unfortunately, rates can stay low for long periods ...

Continue Reading →