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Just check out the latest figures on corporate stock buybacks: they're booming. Since buybacks are how companies steer profits to their shareholders instead of reinvesting them to make themselves stronger--in part by …
Los Angeles Times · 12 hours ago
Corporate stock buybacks
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Dividend stocks are an investor's best friend. It's been proven that the collection and reinvestment of dividends -- over decades -- is one of the best ways to accumulate wealth over time, and that accumulation should one …
The Motley Fool · ByBrian Stoffel · 1 day ago
Dividends provide a steady flow of cash that can be reinvested into more shares of stock and using company-sponsored direct investment or dividend reinvestment (DRIP) plans that automatically purchase more shares …
Forbes · 12 hours ago
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An investor who put $10,000 into an S&P 500 stock index fund immediately after the “irrational exuberance” remark and held on while reinvesting dividends would have almost $40,000 today. Since July, when Ms.
Wall Street Journal · 11 hours ago
There are a number of surprises in Europe that are not making the headlines. Stocks in Southern Europe still appear to be good values, despite a general run-up in European stocks over the past year. And the general …
Wealth Management · 5/27/2015
Dividend Reinvestment Plans, DRIPs, are popular with income investors ... in this case, the P/E of the stock rises to 30 early in the period and stays there. The chart below shows the investor's dividends in the two cases. (click to enlarge) The visual ...
Seeking Alpha · 5/29/2015
2. Includes 43 shares of Common Stock acquired through automatic reinvestment of dividends under the Marcus Corporation Dividend Reinvestment and Associate Stock Purchase Plan as of May 28, 2015. 3. By the Bronson J. and Jacqueline A. Haase …
StreetInsider · 17 hours ago
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Buying a Russell 2000 stock that TheStreet Ratings rated a buy yielded a 9.5% return in 2014, beating the Russell 2000 index, including dividends reinvested, by 460 basis points last year. Check out which …
The Street · 5/29/2015
Semiconductor Stocks
As Epoch Investment Partners' Bill Priest recently pointed out, there are only five uses for companies' cash: "Reinvesting internally, making acquisitions, buying back stock, paying dividends, and paying down debt." In …
USA Today · 14 hours ago
As such, ARM could be viewed as a tech stock for everyday investors, with its nimble, idea-focused business model requiring only relatively small amounts of capital and reinvestment. And, looking ahead, ARM is expected to grow its bottom line by 74% this ...
Motley Fool UK · 6 hours ago
Tech Stocks