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Boeing's backlog looks fragile because of the economic slowdown in emerging markets. Meanwhile, China is entering the large commercial aircraft industry. What does all of this mean for Boeing's future?
Packaged food giant General Mills is a high-quality businesses with strong competitive advantages, and it has a nearly unbeatable record for paying steady or increasing dividends.
American Express's struggles have made it one of the worst-performing Dow components, but now it's undervalued and a good buy, especially when there's the bonus of a quick dividend.
Comcast stock is 23% below its average analyst 12-month price target of $70, and it's trading at just 16 times earnings. October's dividend is just the icing on the cake.
Given its above-average dividend yield and implied 22% stock gains, patience is the best way to play Gap.
Between JPMorgan's healthy dividend yield and its currently discounted P/E ratio, the world's third-largest bank by market cap is an excellent candidate for investors using the 'buying dividends' strategy.
High-yield bonds have been selling off due to worries about the economy and valuation warnings from billionaire investor Carl Icahn.
Marc Lichtenfeld, author of 'Get Rich With Dividends,' points to toymaker Mattel as a smart investment now -- one that sports a healthy 6.7% dividend yield.
Buying a stock just to collect its dividend can be a strategy requiring excellent timing. But in the case of drug giant Bristol-Myers Squibb, the long-term case is compelling too.
It's goods might be organic but the stock isn't healthy for your portfolio.
A cheap stock that pays a healthy dividend and is projected to climb some 40% in the next 12 months. Is it for you?
Dividend capture can be a lucrative strategy, but in the case of U.S. Bancorp and Illinois Tool Works, the stocks are smart buys for more fundamental reasons as well.
To buy Dow Chemical for it's soon-to-be paid dividend is a fairly safe bet, based on the stocks' relative bargain price, and the company's aggressive share buyback program.
China fears have positioned CAT's stock to be a winner for long-term dividend growth investors. CAT's dealer network, technology investments, and strong balance sheet are being under-appreciated.
Coca-Cola has time to reinvent itself, but its long-term future looks increasingly uncertain. Will Pepsi continue to be the better investment going forward?
Ex-Dividend Date Announcements
DEST GNL LM are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Tuesday, October 06, 2015
ARP NYRT MRVL are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Tuesday, October 06, 2015
GNTX GPS CMCSK are going ex-dividend Monday, Monday, October 05, 2015
CVBF AEO RTN are going ex-dividend Monday, Monday, October 05, 2015
DX BNS TD are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Friday, October 02, 2015
FSFR KRG DGX are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Friday, October 02, 2015
IGA FIF FPF are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Thursday, October 01, 2015
FHY IDE KYE are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Thursday, October 01, 2015
IAE FCT FEI are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Thursday, October 01, 2015
ROYT CIO WSR are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Thursday, October 01, 2015