Income Investing

Carla Pasternak's picture
How to Buy 43 "Off Limits" Chinese Dividend Stocks

Most stocks listed on China's Shanghai Composite Index are off limits to investors, but I've found a small loophole that allows investors to buy 43 of the steadiest dividend payers in China. Use this little-known trick to lock in high yields from the Shanghai market.

by Carla Pasternak | September 16, 2009
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The Worst Recession in Years Hasn't Stopped This Portfolio

How do you come out of this bear market with every holding showing positive gains? Learn the techniques to achieve this performance and put together a winning portfolio.

by Carla Pasternak | September 15, 2009
Anthony Haddad's picture
This Company's 10% Yield Continues to Be Overlooked

This value leader is positioned to continue as an income powerhouse while cost-conscious consumers step away from higher-priced competitors.

by Anthony Haddad | September 07, 2009
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Capture iPhone Profits Without Owning Apple Shares

A Chinese company has inked a deal to deliver the iPhone to the world's largest market. Its shares are -33% cheaper than Apple's.

by Anthony Haddad | September 06, 2009
Andy Obermueller's picture
Obama Poised to Deliver a Triple-Digit Gain

For investors willing to bet the latest attempt to reform health care will stall out or die, languishing health-insurance company stocks offer immense appeal for double-digit and even triple-digit gains.

 

by Andy Obermueller | September 03, 2009
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The Best Telecom Stock Money Can Buy

AT&T is a market leader, but this company beats the telecom giant in five important categories and is clearly the best in its class.

by Kyle Hartman | August 31, 2009
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Buy These 'Boring' Stocks -- And Then Forget About 'Em

Warren Buffett once said his preferred holding period is "forever." Some say that philosophy is dead. They couldn't be more wrong. Here are two high-quality stocks you can sleep easy owning.

by Brad Briggs | August 28, 2009
Andy Obermueller's picture
What to Do When the CEO Goes Bonkers

A CEO's performance can make or break a company. That's why investors must keep a watchful eye on who's at the helm. When they underperform, or even worse, set fire to the ship -- that's when you know to get out.

by Andy Obermueller | August 27, 2009
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The Perfect Asset Class for the Cautious

Think the rally won't hold? Use these little-known securities to profit regardless of which way the market swings.

by Nathan Slaughter | August 25, 2009
Andy Obermueller's picture
The Only 'Green' Wall Street Doesn't Get

This leading S&P 500 company has beaten Wall Street's expectations in 13 out of the past 18 quarters. It posted a $420 million profit on Wednesday that was nearly twice what analysts were expecting, and yet the shares still fell. The problem: Wall Street simply doesn't understand the company and focuses on all the wrong things.

by Andy Obermueller | August 21, 2009