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 ...

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How to Set and Achieve Dividend Retirement Goals

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This is a guest contribution by Ben Reynolds at Sure Dividend.  Sure Dividend uses The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing to find high-quality dividend growth stocks suitable for long-term holding. If you’d like to contribute a guest post to The Dividend Ninja, check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. The ‘holy grail’ of a dividend investing is when dividend income exceeds your monthly expenses.  At this point, you are completely financially ...

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KaratGold Coin (KBC) Is Making Gold Spendable Online

Although gold is, and always will be, useful, it’s an asset that has failed to make any meaningful transition to the digital world. A natural element, gold grows in the ground and is only extricated with mines through great physical effort. It’s purified into a high-quality formand developed into products and as a material in various technologies. For personal investors, it’s stored in vaults and deposit boxes. And where it used to be a de facto money for people all around the world, today ...

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Looking at the Income Statement and Balance Sheet

Why You Should Be Using Stop Loss and Limit Orders

Investing is a percentage game. The lower you can buy a stock and the higher you can sell, then the more money can be gained. But in reality finding the exact bottom or the exact top of a stock is impossible, and most investors will tell you when to sell is the most difficult decision. The key is to use charts to buy a stock near its 52-week low and then firmly decide when you are going to sell (or buy and hold). Using Stop Loss and Limit orders helps you achieve these goals, and protects you from ...

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