Tag Archives: Fresenius

Getting paid each month with Dividends

The beauty of passive income sources Investing in dividend-paying stocks is one of the easiest and most rewarding ways to establish an ever-increasing and reliable passive income stream. In contrast to active income (from a job), passive income is not (directly) linked to time. As a shareholder of The Coca-Cola …

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Acquiring permamently expensive stocks

Warren Buffet’s quotes can be found in his shareholder letters, at speeches, interviews or at legendary general meetings of Holding Company Berkshire Hathaway and are true nuggets of investment wisdom. One of my favorite of his quotes is this: It is far better to buy a wonderful business for a …

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Fresenius stock price starts looking attractive

Among European businesses, had been paying out increasing dividends for at least twenty-five years, German health care company Fresenius really stands out in terms of underperforming the market since March 2017. Investors that invested after the burst of the “Dot-com bubble” in 2002 have seen their Fresenius stocks climb from …

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Are there any European Dividend Aristocrats?

The term dividend aristocrat commonly refers to a US company that is a member of the S&P 500 index and has increased its dividend for at least twenty-five consecutive years in a row. Examples are enterprises such as The Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson. Companies having the ability to raise …

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