Tag Archives: Johnson & Johnson

Good stock repurchase programs are rare

Companies have various possibilities to “reward” their shareholders besides delivering strong and growing profits which are commonly referred to as “good earnings quality”. The two most commonly used ways to allocate capital towards stock investors are usually made in form of cash payouts to shareholders (dividends) and/or by repurchasing own …

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Nestlé’s huge cosmetic stake in L’Oréal

As Dividend Growth Investors look for high-quality consumer staple companies with a broad economic moat and showing a long history of consistently increasing in shareholder distributions, businesses like The Coca Cola Company, PepsiCo, Hershey, Johnson & Johnson, etc. are components of their investment portfolios or at least are on their …

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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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The Passive Income Challenge

Why it’s important to diversify Cash Flow Streams When it comes to substantially improve one’s financial position in order to achieve Financial Independence over the medium term, it’s crucial to establish several income sources that generate cash flows where one has not to trade time against money and grow these …

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