Dividend Increases/Decreases for the Week Ending November 29
Nov 29, 2019
Let's take a look at companies that raised/lowered their dividend this week.
Nov 27, 2019
Image Source: Tim Sackton.
It’s that time of year again, when family and friends come to visit, and everyone eats too much on Thanksgiving.
I wanted to send this note to wish you a wonderful holiday and to let you know how much we appreciate your membership to our service. I'm so thankful for your interest, questions, and support, and I wanted to remind you of an important survey we'll be releasing soon. We're very excited about this important new initiative to help members, and we need your feedback.
Our team will be out of the office until Monday, December 2, so you should expect the December editions of the Dividend Growth Newsletter and High Yield Dividend Newsletter at that time. As 2020 approaches, what a great time to consider our premier publications, too, namely the Exclusive and the High Yield Dividend Newsletter. Get next year started off right.
Order them below:
Exclusive publication here.
High Yield Dividend Newsletter here.
May you have a wonderful holiday week with family and friends, and thank you again!
Brian Nelson, CFA
President, Investment Research
Valuentum Securities, Inc.
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Nov 27, 2019
Image Source: The October edition of the Exclusive puiblication. Valuentum offers unbiased commentary on IPOs in its Exclusive publication (e.g. Peloton, Cloudflare).
In the Exclusive publication, Valuentum highlights three new ideas each month to consider, one for income, one for capital appreciation, and a "short" idea (all three outside our existing coverage universe). Fresh, underfollowed and new ideas -- outside our coverage universe -- every month! Nothing is held back. We provide insights where others cannot, and the IPO market is just one area (e.g. Peloton, Cloudflare).
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Nov 27, 2019
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Our Reports on Stocks in the Household Products Industry
Nov 26, 2019
Our reports on stocks in the Household Products industry can be found in this article. Reports include CHD, CL, CLX, ENR, KMB, HELE, JNJ, PG.