Brian Bollinger has been an equity research analyst for a multi-billion dollar asset manager. He is an avid dividend investor and supports the dividend investor community with research analysis, investing tools, and dividend data through Simply Safe Dividends LLC. In addition to his investment industry experience, Bollinger is a Certified Public Accountant. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business with a triple major in finance, accounting, and entrepreneurship from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University where he graduated in the top 1% of his class.
Recent Articles By The Author
10 Grade-A Dividend Growth Stocks Worth Buying for 2017
Grow your wealth and build a safe, rising income stream with these high-quality dividend stocks.
Coca-Cola Is Cheap, Has a High Dividend and Is a Buffett Favorite
The iconic beverage makers offers growing and safe income at a reasonable price.
An Industry Leader Offers Good Yield and Recession-Resistant Results
Procter & Gamble offers an above-average dividend yield and is poised for faster dividend growth.
10 Undervalued High-Yield Dividend Stocks Worth Buying Today
Each dividend stock scores well for safety and has a historically high dividend yield.
10 High-Quality Stocks That Just Raised Their Dividends
These blue-chip stocks are rewarding shareholders with higher income and have strong long-term outlooks.
10 High-Yield Blue-Chips Trading Near 52-Week Lows
Scoop up quality, high-dividend stocks that have been beaten down.
AT&T, Iron Mountain are High-Yield Stocks to Consider Buying Today
Scoop up yields as high as 8.7% with this group of high-dividend stocks.
10 Safe Dividend Stocks for Protection Against Fed Rate Hikes
When interest rates rise, these quality dividend growth stocks should weather the storm.
4 Top 'Dividend Contender' Stocks for Long-Term Income Investors
Ride a wave of steady dividend growth with these high-quality income stocks.
Top 10 Dividend Stocks to Withstand October's Typical Volatility
Scoop up safe, growing dividends with these top dividend stocks for October.