Dividend Investment

Building a dividend investment portfolio filled with Dividend stocks that increase their dividends annually can create a comfortable retirement for many investors but building it into a fortress is essential to withstand the worst conditions markets can throw at it.

Using Leap Options For Building A Fortress Dividend Portfolio

Categories: Dividend Investment, Manulife Stock (MFC)

Using Leap Options For Building A Fortress Dividend Portfolio

Building A Fortress Dividend Portfolio is exactly as its name implies. An investor is constructing a dividend portfolio that is built like a fortress to withstand any assault from markets or geopolitical events. While the job of building such a portfolio might seem daunting, leap options can go a long way to making the task safer and easier than most investors realize. They are in fact one of the key components I use to construct my own dividend portfolio of Canadian stocks. For the FullyInformed…

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Stock Call Or Put And How To Decide

Categories: Dividend Investment, Investor Questions, Profit And Income Strategies

Stock Call Or Put And How To Decide

Stock Call or Put is a tough decision for many investors. When a stock looks set to bounce is it best to buy the stock, buy a call or sell a put? What about when the stock looks set to fall. Should an investor short the stock, sell a call or buy a put? When it comes to the question of stock call or put strategies they can be tough decisions to figure out and today when I looked at Procter and Gamble Stock it…

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Illinois Tool Works Stock – Getting A Better Dividend

, Categories: Bear Market and Corrections, Dividend Investment

Illinois Tool Works Stock – Getting A Better Dividend

Illinois Tool Works Stock Option Trade How can a company like Illinois Tool Works Stock (symbol ITW) aid investors who are seeking better returns than money market rates or certificates of deposit (or in Canada – Guaranteed Investment Certificates) while having some comfort that their hard-earned capital won’t be lost in a stock market meltdown? Since the end of 2008, the Federal Reserve is penalizing savers. It has become the third year of basically minimal returns for keeping your capital safe. By now savers are…

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