Tag Archives: Nestlé

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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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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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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The healthy part of Coca Cola

This is a guest post. The author runs the blog My Financial Shape, documenting his family’s journey to Financial Independence by 2024 by establishing various passive income sources such as dividend-paying stocks, etc. The sweet Dividend King The Coca-Cola Company is without any doubt one of the most popular stock …

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Should Adobe pay out dividends?

When it comes to Dividend Growth Investing, putting money to work in high-quality businesses that have the growth potential to sustainably hike their shareholder distributions for decades is a key success factor. As a long-term oriented investor looking for reliable passive income sources, you want to have pieces of companies …

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Optimistic Investors are the triumphant ones

There are a couple of book treasures being extremely valuable especially for long-term-oriented Buy and Hold Investors. Besides The Intelligent Investor written by Benjamin Graham and A Random Walk Down Wallstreet by Burton Gordon Malkiel I’d certainly put Stocks for the Long Run by Jeremy Siegel and Triumph of the …

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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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All these sweet chocolate dividends

A lot to like about consumer staple stocks There is no secret, that Tobacco has been an incredibly profitable investment for centuries. Producers of cigarettes, in particular, have been huge wealth builders. Just looking at the company history of Altria Group or British American Tobacco (BAT) and at their dividend …

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