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Dividend Growth Investing

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  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    just added another Dividend Aristocrat to the stable, CL Colgate-Palmolive :+1:

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
    traestarReeseyKoltrain
  • 2stepz_ahead2stepz_ahead Who I am is Complex, What i am, simply put. I'm a Threat walking out the lions denPosts: 30,250 ✭✭✭✭✭
    i got a long few paragraph mega wall of text im about to send to jay.....
    you ready bruh
    you have the dude who is naturally thorough -Alpha
    you have the dude that wants to be thorough so he pretend to be Alpha -Beta
    then you have the nigga who wants to hang with the first two to be seen and grab any dropped crumbs.- Omega

    I am still struggling between blocks to get from the have nots to the have yachts and I won't be stopped.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=HhTZZdVbjio


    _Jay
  • EmM HoLLa.EmM HoLLa. Rolex Watches & Diamond Chains.. Posts: 3,193 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @king erauno is that a diversified list or just all the stock you know of?
    When the ice hit the light it be going off.. I'm livin' life I aint showin' off.. -Don Q
  • King EraunoKing Erauno Posts: 6,749 ✭✭✭✭✭
    EmM HoLLa. wrote: »
    @king erauno is that a diversified list or just all the stock you know of?

    @EmM HoLLa. got it from a buddy of mine, its the stock that he knew of at the time
    EmM HoLLa.
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 44,636 Regulator
    I got something for yall I'll be back after work to post
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    jono wrote: »
    This is the folly of the internet. Its become a bastion of misinformation, rumors, conspiracies and propaganda. A place where a person with no face or name can make accusations at any time with no verification or credentials and brainwash a small segment of people.
    T. Sanford wrote: »
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    _Jaykillap
  • killapkillap Posts: 3,429 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Sion wrote: »
    I got something for yall I'll be back after work to post

    What kind of shift they got you working @sion? It's been 5 days lol
    NothingButTheTruth_JayKoltrain
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 44,636 Regulator
    killap wrote: »
    Sion wrote: »
    I got something for yall I'll be back after work to post

    What kind of shift they got you working @sion? It's been 5 days lol

    Shit my bad :(

    I'm in Montreal right now but I'll post em up. I don't have the correct laptop with me so I gotta do the ground work again BUT luckily I do know most of em off the top of my head.
    IC Moderator and AHH Editor

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    jono wrote: »
    This is the folly of the internet. Its become a bastion of misinformation, rumors, conspiracies and propaganda. A place where a person with no face or name can make accusations at any time with no verification or credentials and brainwash a small segment of people.
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Message to the trills of the IC: May Legion Of Trill be your enemies downfall
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 44,636 Regulator
    Ok here we go guys, sorry this took so long, most of them I actually had to research to make sure they were ok. If any of you decide to invest in any of them I would still recommend taking them to your local financial adviser to get a second opinion.



    REITS/stocks that pay HIGH and consistent monthly dividends

    Morguard REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/xtse/mrt.un/quote.html -- 6.86% (0.5 p/b)

    Morguard North American REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/xtse/mrg.un/quote.html -- 4.55% (0.6 p/b)

    Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/CAR.UN/quote.html -- 4.08% (1.0 p/b)

    Pure Multi-Family REIT LP
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSX/RUF.UN/quote.html -- 6.56% (0.5 p/b)

    Milestone Apartments REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/MST.UN/quote.html -- 3.91% (1.0 p/b)

    Boardwalk Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/BEI.UN/quote.html -- 5.06% (0.7 p/b)

    Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/CUF.UN/quote.html -- 10.17% (0.7 p/b)

    Nobel REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSX/NEL.UN/quote.html -- 6.11% (0.7 p/b)

    Automotive Properties Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/APR.UN/quote.html -- 7.66% (1.1 p/b)

    H&R Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/HR.UN/quote.html -- 6.14% (0.9 p/b)


    The links precede with the dividend yield and the price to book value (p/b), the p/b represents the discount to it's actual value so 1.0 would be fair value, anything less than that is cheap. So 0.5 p/b means the company is at a 50% discount that means if it's yielding 6.86% at 0.5 p/b you're actually getting a yield of 13.72% , this is dope because if the company rises to it's par value you can also get an additional 50% in stock appreciation.

    The drawback with these companies tho ? Well many of them are REITs (real estate investment trusts) and in Canada there's a housing bubble. This fear is also priced into the stock price (hence the discounts) so be aware that it is possible that a crash is eminent and if it occurs you could see many of these companies go to half the current price or to zero (bankrupt). I tried to find the ones who had the financials and history of continual dividends. Btw all of these companies appear to be Canadian which means you may have to ask your broker if you can buy stocks in Canadian dollar (MOST brokerages and trading platforms should allow North American companies). Since you guys are using US dollars, keep in mind the Canadian dollar is weaker to yours so the good thing is you're also getting to buy these companies for an additional 30% off because of the currency. See sometimes boxing day happens on the stock market LOLOLOLOL.

    Oh yeah and once more to remind yall - all of those companies pay monthly dividends.



    IC Moderator and AHH Editor

    http://community.allhiphop.com/categories/site-help

    ^^^ If you need anything go here

    jono wrote: »
    This is the folly of the internet. Its become a bastion of misinformation, rumors, conspiracies and propaganda. A place where a person with no face or name can make accusations at any time with no verification or credentials and brainwash a small segment of people.
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Message to the trills of the IC: May Legion Of Trill be your enemies downfall
    _Jaytraestardasmooth1
  • traestartraestar Atlantic City, NJPosts: 6,018 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Sion wrote: »
    Ok here we go guys, sorry this took so long, most of them I actually had to research to make sure they were ok. If any of you decide to invest in any of them I would still recommend taking them to your local financial adviser to get a second opinion.



    REITS/stocks that pay HIGH and consistent monthly dividends

    Morguard REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/xtse/mrt.un/quote.html -- 6.86% (0.5 p/b)

    Morguard North American REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/xtse/mrg.un/quote.html -- 4.55% (0.6 p/b)

    Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/CAR.UN/quote.html -- 4.08% (1.0 p/b)

    Pure Multi-Family REIT LP
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSX/RUF.UN/quote.html -- 6.56% (0.5 p/b)

    Milestone Apartments REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/MST.UN/quote.html -- 3.91% (1.0 p/b)

    Boardwalk Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/BEI.UN/quote.html -- 5.06% (0.7 p/b)

    Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/CUF.UN/quote.html -- 10.17% (0.7 p/b)

    Nobel REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSX/NEL.UN/quote.html -- 6.11% (0.7 p/b)

    Automotive Properties Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/APR.UN/quote.html -- 7.66% (1.1 p/b)

    H&R Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/HR.UN/quote.html -- 6.14% (0.9 p/b)


    The links precede with the dividend yield and the price to book value (p/b), the p/b represents the discount to it's actual value so 1.0 would be fair value, anything less than that is cheap. So 0.5 p/b means the company is at a 50% discount that means if it's yielding 6.86% at 0.5 p/b you're actually getting a yield of 13.72% , this is dope because if the company rises to it's par value you can also get an additional 50% in stock appreciation.

    The drawback with these companies tho ? Well many of them are REITs (real estate investment trusts) and in Canada there's a housing bubble. This fear is also priced into the stock price (hence the discounts) so be aware that it is possible that a crash is eminent and if it occurs you could see many of these companies go to half the current price or to zero (bankrupt). I tried to find the ones who had the financials and history of continual dividends. Btw all of these companies appear to be Canadian which means you may have to ask your broker if you can buy stocks in Canadian dollar (MOST brokerages and trading platforms should allow North American companies). Since you guys are using US dollars, keep in mind the Canadian dollar is weaker to yours so the good thing is you're also getting to buy these companies for an additional 30% off because of the currency. See sometimes boxing day happens on the stock market LOLOLOLOL.

    Oh yeah and once more to remind yall - all of those companies pay monthly dividends.



    hmm thanks Sion

  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    edited January 9
    since the last time I posted in here, I've purchased more shares of Coke (KO) and Disney (DIS)...their shares haven't been at "great" valuations, but I've been able to average down, from the prices I originally initiated positions in...


    but today, I initiated a position in a new company: VF Corporation (VFC)...another Dividend Champion, known for their Vans, Jansport, Wrangler, Lee, and Timberland brands...

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    edited February 1
    ok, this is what I've been waiting on...

    at the moment, some months are better than others...eventually, when I've copped more shares of other companies, I'll be be able to get around that, and make my dividend payouts a lil more consistent. right now, January, April, July, and October are my "slow" months for dividends. that'll change tho.

    but now it's February. and for February alone, I've got dividends coming from:

    Apple
    Colgate-Palmolive
    General Mills
    Hasbro
    Healthcare Partners (HCP)
    Starbucks
    AT&T


    I haven't nailed down the exact dates yet, but it's likely that I'll be gettin dividend payments for each week of February...and the work's already done, so Iont have to lift a finger to get it. chea

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
    dasmooth1killap
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    ^^ I was incorrect on that post...HCP changed their payout date to March, so I'm NOT getting dividends every week in February : / ah well


    on a brighter note, Hasbro HAS kicked so much azz with their earnings that the stock went up like 12% on Monday alone...Iont really sweat unrealized capital gains, being as I'm planning on holding the stock forever, but the increase DOES look good in the ol portfolio...

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    edited February 9
    _Jay_ wrote: »
    yeah, I'm prolly done with getting any new REITs.

    ^^ looks like I was incorrect on that as well...just added a new position in Realty Income Corp (O), another REIT, to my portfolio.

    Realty Income trademarked themselves as "The Monthly Dividend Company," due to the fact that they pay dividends every month, as opposed to every quarter.

    it's also a Dividend Aristocrat...caint lie tho, I overpaid for it. however, I plan on rectifying that by averaging down as I purchase more shares. mad at myself for a lack of patience, but Imma handle it. in the meanwhile, I won't ever have to sweat "slow" months anymore, dividend-wise.


    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    months like these (March) are truly what I'm striving for...one day, I hope to receive dividends like this for EVERY month. for now, I'll just have to be content in receiving dividends from 9 different companies and 3 Vanguard funds:

    AFL Aflac
    HCP Healthcare Partners
    SO Southern Company
    EMR Emerson
    WBA Walgreens
    ADM Archer Daniels Midland
    HSY Hershey
    O Realty Income
    VFC VF Corporation

    VGK Vanguard FTSE Europe
    VOO Vanguard 500 Index Fund
    VT Vanguard Total World Stock



    ^^that's just for one month. I'm gonna receive payouts from those same companies 3 other times this year...and sooner or later, the dividends themselves will increase too. dividends...time in the market, not timing the market.

    Chea

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
    killapSiondasmooth1KillaCham
  • Qiv_OwanQiv_Owan Posts: 3,872 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How much time do u need to be invested in a company to receive dividends?
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  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    Qiv_Owan wrote: »
    How much time do u need to be invested in a company to receive dividends?

    it depends on the date u purchase the shares, versus the company's next dividend ex-date. an ex-date is the date that one has to own shares by. purchasing and selling must occur by this date. the pay-date is the date that the dividends get distributed. sounds complicated, really easy:

    if u own shares on or before the 15th of the month, if the ex-date is the 16th*, u get the dividends. if u purchase shares on the 16th or after, u have to wait for the next dividend pay-date.

    *for example

    dividends are distributed differently per company, but in general most companies involved with dividend growth investing make payouts every 90 days or so. latest ex and payout dates are public info, hit morningstar.com, go directly through your brokerage, google, whatever...it's info u learn while you're vetting your companies.

    most companies pay dividends quarterly: Johnson & Johnson JNJ
    some pay twice a year: Disney DIS
    some pay monthly: Realty Income O

    ^^technically Disney's not a dividend growth company, but it's a welcome addition to most portfolios, and pays a dividend twice a year.

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
    Sion
  • KillaChamKillaCham M0D SQUAD™ Posts: 11,292 Regulator
    I just finished a finance course and I'm ready to put my money into something. This thread def has my eyes.
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    Sion_Jay
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    edited March 21
    sooo...this thread's dedicated to dividend growth investing, but not all of my company shares are in dividend producing stocks. with that said, just purchased several shares of First Solar Inc. (FSLR)

    I've been checking out this company for a good few months now. honestly came across it while doing my homework for Solar City (one of Elon Musk's companies). while doing so, I came across this gem. in a nutshell, the growth for renewable energy has already shifted into higher gear, but companies that are into solar have certain considerations to keep in mind. with that said, First Solar is a leader in the solar energy sector, and have managed to differentiate themselves from other solar companies...both P/E and book value are saying "bargain," even though I'm a little concerned about cashflow...

    since this company doesn't produce dividends, I consider it a speculative stock in my portfolio. if I have to sell it in the future, it'll be after 3 years (so it can be considered a long term holding, and I won't be taxed as much). I'd love for it to be massively successful, and even produce dividends one day, but IF that happens, it won't be in the near future, and I'm coo with that.

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
    Sion
  • dwade206dwade206 Posts: 11,451 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How do dividend payments work? I hold positions in Delta and some other companies, but are they supposed to send you a check weekly, monthly, or whenever?
    Bustin a new nut on @R.D's moms collarbone everyday.
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 44,636 Regulator
    dwade206 wrote: »
    How do dividend payments work? I hold positions in Delta and some other companies, but are they supposed to send you a check weekly, monthly, or whenever?

    It depends on the company, every company has different payment periods, most companies pay dividends quarterly. Some pay monthly, semi-annually or even once a year. They will just credit it to your account, some people prefer cheques and have it sent to them that way. Most of it is done digitally tho.
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    jono wrote: »
    This is the folly of the internet. Its become a bastion of misinformation, rumors, conspiracies and propaganda. A place where a person with no face or name can make accusations at any time with no verification or credentials and brainwash a small segment of people.
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Message to the trills of the IC: May Legion Of Trill be your enemies downfall
    dwade206_Jay
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    just added shares of a new company to my portfolio, a Dividend Champion that goes by the name of Target (TGT). I expect their sales to be a lil soft for maybe the next year, hence their current low valuation, but to eventually get back on track...they've been raising their dividends for the last 49 years..

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
  • KillaChamKillaCham M0D SQUAD™ Posts: 11,292 Regulator
    Now to get very very basic... what's a good site or app to get this started?
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  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,449 My Name Is My Name.
    edited March 27
    KillaCham wrote: »
    Now to get very very basic... what's a good site or app to get this started?

    I did my research on all of em first, through Consumer Reports and nerdwallet.com

    if u just wanna jump off in there tho, I'd consider between the following: Tradeking (who's been recently bought by Ally Bank), the RobinHood app, or Charles Schwab.

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
    KillaCham
  • 2stepz_ahead2stepz_ahead Who I am is Complex, What i am, simply put. I'm a Threat walking out the lions denPosts: 30,250 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Sion wrote: »
    Ok here we go guys, sorry this took so long, most of them I actually had to research to make sure they were ok. If any of you decide to invest in any of them I would still recommend taking them to your local financial adviser to get a second opinion.



    REITS/stocks that pay HIGH and consistent monthly dividends

    Morguard REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/xtse/mrt.un/quote.html -- 6.86% (0.5 p/b)

    Morguard North American REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/xtse/mrg.un/quote.html -- 4.55% (0.6 p/b)

    Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/CAR.UN/quote.html -- 4.08% (1.0 p/b)

    Pure Multi-Family REIT LP
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSX/RUF.UN/quote.html -- 6.56% (0.5 p/b)

    Milestone Apartments REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/MST.UN/quote.html -- 3.91% (1.0 p/b)

    Boardwalk Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/BEI.UN/quote.html -- 5.06% (0.7 p/b)

    Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/CUF.UN/quote.html -- 10.17% (0.7 p/b)

    Nobel REIT
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSX/NEL.UN/quote.html -- 6.11% (0.7 p/b)

    Automotive Properties Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/APR.UN/quote.html -- 7.66% (1.1 p/b)

    H&R Real Estate Investment Trust
    http://www.morningstar.com/stocks/XTSE/HR.UN/quote.html -- 6.14% (0.9 p/b)


    The links precede with the dividend yield and the price to book value (p/b), the p/b represents the discount to it's actual value so 1.0 would be fair value, anything less than that is cheap. So 0.5 p/b means the company is at a 50% discount that means if it's yielding 6.86% at 0.5 p/b you're actually getting a yield of 13.72% , this is dope because if the company rises to it's par value you can also get an additional 50% in stock appreciation.

    The drawback with these companies tho ? Well many of them are REITs (real estate investment trusts) and in Canada there's a housing bubble. This fear is also priced into the stock price (hence the discounts) so be aware that it is possible that a crash is eminent and if it occurs you could see many of these companies go to half the current price or to zero (bankrupt). I tried to find the ones who had the financials and history of continual dividends. Btw all of these companies appear to be Canadian which means you may have to ask your broker if you can buy stocks in Canadian dollar (MOST brokerages and trading platforms should allow North American companies). Since you guys are using US dollars, keep in mind the Canadian dollar is weaker to yours so the good thing is you're also getting to buy these companies for an additional 30% off because of the currency. See sometimes boxing day happens on the stock market LOLOLOLOL.

    Oh yeah and once more to remind yall - all of those companies pay monthly dividends.



    So you saying short the stock
    you have the dude who is naturally thorough -Alpha
    you have the dude that wants to be thorough so he pretend to be Alpha -Beta
    then you have the nigga who wants to hang with the first two to be seen and grab any dropped crumbs.- Omega

    I am still struggling between blocks to get from the have nots to the have yachts and I won't be stopped.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=HhTZZdVbjio


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