Dividend Aristocrats are an elite group of S&P 500 companies that have raised their payouts for a minimum of 25 consecutive years. To make it on to this list, you must operate your business efficiently over almost three decades — a feat that’s not easy for any
Pipeline giant Kinder Morgan (NYSE:KMI) has been on the upswing in recent days after reporting better than expected Q3 2016 results. The company was able to hit most of the marks analysts were looking for, lowering debt and leverage as well as providing a crucial update to its capital return (dividends) plans.
China's local stock market has fallen for four consecutive weeks. Investors are spooked. And for good reason… China has been cracking down on speculation and financial leverage. And that has caused turbulence in the market. As Bloomberg reported over the weekend… The [Chinese government's] tightening campaign has erased at least $453 billion....More>>>
Black Friday conjures up dreams of scoring flat-screen TVs, video games, jewelry and winter clothing for super-low prices.
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The day after Thanksgiving is the best day to buy a used car, according to iSeeCars.com, which found 33.1% more deals that day than on the average day. No. 2 on the list was Veterans Day (32.5%), followed....More>>>
Athletic apparel stock Lululemon Athletica inc (NASDAQ: LULU) reported Q2 2017 earnings after the Thursday market close with results toppingexpectations as online sales surged 30% after an effort to beef up the eCommerce strategy plus the Company raised its outlook. Net revenuegrew 13% to$58
Small cap natural andorganic foods stock United Natural Foods, Inc (NASDAQ: UNFI) reported fiscal Q4 2017 earnings after the Wednesday market close with shares closing up 5.29% after better-than-expected earnings results in a space thats facing deflation especially after the Amazon-Wholefood
In early 2016, I (Porter) was invited to dinner with one of the most powerful men in the world – the "Metropolitan Man"... We met on the top floor of New York City's Metropolitan Club. There, he warned me that the potential for negative interest rates threatened the
When the U.S. dollar is going down, the price of gold goes up. The reason is simple... It's basic math. Gold is priced in U.S. dollars... so if the U.S. dollar is weakening, it takes more dollars to buy the same ounce of gold. That's the logic, anyway. But does the logic