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Jul 20, 2018
Dividend Increases/Decreases for the Week Ending July 20
We provide a list of firms that raised/lowered their dividends during the week ending July 20. The dividend reports of covered firms on this list will be updated shortly with the new information. To access our dividend reports use the ‘Symbol’ search box in our website header.
Jul 9, 2018
Nelson: The 16 Most Important Steps To Understand The Stock Market
Image Source: Tim Green. We outline the '16 Most Important Steps to Understand the Stock Market.' We think it's important to take a read of these key stock market tenets when things are going great -- and perhaps even more important when things aren't going your way. This continues to be a working document.
Jul 24, 2017
Dividend Increases/Decreases for the Week Ending July 21
Let's take a look at companies raising/lowering their dividends this week.
Jul 2, 2017
Prepared Remarks From Nelson Exclusive Conference Call June 30
Read President of Investment Research Brian Nelson's prepared remarks for the yearly roundup conference call, held for Nelson Exclusive members.
May 4, 2017
Valuentum’s 3 Breakthroughs in the Field of Finance and More
Valuentum's President Brian Nelson pauses for a picture before speaking at the CFA Society of Houston in March 2017. Let’s cover Valuentum’s 3 major breakthroughs in the field of finance. The first one is big and may challenge you to rethink everything you think you know about investing.
Jul 25, 2016
Dividend Increases/Decreases for the Week Ending July 22
Let's take a look at companies raising/lowering their dividends this week.
Sep 12, 2013
The Mortgage Refinancing Boom Could Be Ending
The bull market in mortgage refinancing activity appears to be over, but that doesn’t mean it will materially damage the economy.
Sep 4, 2013
Why We Don’t Like Dividends of Banking Firms: 4 Very Good Reasons
It’s sometimes easy to lose sight of the fragility of a banking firm’s business model. Let’s examine the reasons why we don’t like banking firms’ dividends. Reason #1: A Bank Run Is Always Possible. Reason #2: Our Competitors Have Tried to Invest in Bank Dividends and Have Failed Miserably. Reason #3: Cash Flow Is Not Meaningful at Banks. Reason #4: There Are Plenty of Other Options.


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