M. Bilal Liaqat

M Bilal Liaqat hold an M.B.B.S Degree in medical studies from K.E Lahore , BSC Finance and History LUMS Lahore, Masters in Biotechnology from UCL London, MSC in finance LUMS Lahore. He worked as a finance manager and then general manager at Choudhry Liaqat Ali & Co, a construction company. He is currently the director or operations at FnFsolution, a newly formed Finance and Economic research company.

Recent Articles By The Author

E-Cigarettes Under Fire, but Philip Morris Is a Smoking Buy

E-Cigarettes Under Fire, but Philip Morris Is a Smoking Buy

Despite a growing move to increase regulation of electronic smokes, the tobacco giant remains an attractive stock for investors.

Here's What's Making General Electric a High Dividend-Yielding Stock

Here's What's Making General Electric a High Dividend-Yielding Stock

With significant breakthroughs in fuel cell energy generation and transformation of LED technology,General Electric is also "cooking" oil in Canada.

3M's Dividend Has Investors Sticking With the Company

3M's Dividend Has Investors Sticking With the Company

The maker of Scotch tape has a return on equity and a great financial position.

3 Reasons to Worry About AT&T's Dividends

3 Reasons to Worry About AT&T's Dividends

For AT&T investors, the stock is an old standby. But that might be changing soon.

Gold Might Test the Lows of Its One-Year Price Range

Gold Might Test the Lows of Its One-Year Price Range

Gold is expected to show a minor bullish trend this week but is not expected to break the $1,368.89 resistance level.

What Makes Johnson & Johnson a Healthy Dividend Investment

What Makes Johnson & Johnson a Healthy Dividend Investment

Johnson & Johnson has a current dividend yield of $2.79 and earnings per share of $5.41.

Here's Why Microsoft Will Continue Paying Dividends to Investors

Here's Why Microsoft Will Continue Paying Dividends to Investors

It has the cash flow, it has the R&D, it has the history of dividend payments. What's not to like?

June Retail Sales Rise 0.2%

June Retail Sales Rise 0.2%

The value of retail sales rose 0.2% in June, below expectations, but followed an upward revised 0.5% gain in May that leaves second quarter spending above the first quarter average.