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Sometimes dividend cuts are good signs

The communicated and executed dividend policy of a publicly-traded company is an important factor to consider when it comes to investing in income-generating assets. An immanent dividend cut for instance is often a warning sign that the business is running into troubles, that it has been applying an unsustainable dividend …

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L’Oréal the European Dividend Aristocrat

Dividend Growth Investing in European Stocks Long term oriented dividend growth investors that have created resilient stock portfolios churning out a steadily increasing stream of cash flows in form of dividends, often are positioned in the so-called Dividend Aristocrats which commonly refers to a US company that is a member …

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Pernod Ricard the French spirits jewel

A glance at some outstanding European businesses If I had to make a list with thirty of the strongest European businesses that made excellent long term stock holdings, creating huge intergenerational wealth for investors, I would certainly choose the following three French company giants for that selection: the world largest …

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Brown-Forman and its rival Diageo

When constructing a diversified dividend stock portfolio that will churn out an ever-growing passive income stream over time, it’s vital to focus on well-established businesses with a durable and profitable economic moat, iconic brands, and a compelling track record of robust cash generation as well as a sound financial policy …

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Challenging Kellogg the breakfast giant

There are a couple of businesses that play a role in literally everyone’s life. For instance, each day I use Microsoft software at work, use my i-phone and i-pad from Apple to communicate with my friends, I “google” and write e-mails with Gmail, my family members shop via Amazon and …

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